It is said that eating an apple a day could keep the doctors away, but it turns out that apple isn’t the only one with a long and capacious repository of health benefits as well. I don’t have anything against apples, but certainly any adult would have their pants down and shattering the meat tunnel in a matter of seconds after reading this article.
Certainly most people would prefer getting a boost to their health from some intimate time between the sheets than supplements and food. This time, sex isn't just about orgasms. Sex can unleash a host of benefits for your mind and body beyond just simple pleasure. Should you need an extra serving of convincing, Bunbury escorts can definitely get your freak on; surely you can’t enjoy the benefits of knocking boots without a partner. An escort service from Bunbury is like hitting two targets with one stone. Here are some benefits of sex which are sure to inspire you to Bumpin' Ugglies much more often.
Sex provides less stress, better blood pressure
Stress is a huge factor in the cause of deaths in people. According to studies, daily intercourse leads to increased cell growth in the hippocampus, the part of the brain responsible for regulating stress. More sex means lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol in the body, which means peace of mind, and an abundant supply of smiles in people’s faces. Another study found that diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number of your blood pressure) tends to be lower in people who live together and have sex often.
Sex eases pain
Have you ever experienced, having flu or you’ve been feeling a few pains and aches and then your partner asks you what they can do to alleviate that feeling. “Ding Ding Ding Ding!” You get the idea. They pain usually are non-existent afterwards. This is the result of the increased endorphins that plummets through your body during sex. As you achieve orgasm, oxytocin surges through your body and relieves pain.
Frequent Sex Prevents Erectile Dysfunction
Dr. HosseinSadeghi-Nejad, an associate professor of urology at UMDNJ New Jersey Medical School Hackensack University Medical Centre said, "This is the same as any other part of the body. It's what we in vascular surgery refer to as the 'use it or lose it' concept;" he also added "Sexual activity will promote maintenance of normal erectile function down the line."
Sex Increases Prostate Health
Men who have more orgasms reduce their risk of prostate cancer by a third, according to researchers at the National Cancer Institute. A possible explanation for this is that ejaculation may expel the carcinogens that accumulate in the prostate. In other words, sex or masturbation may literally clean your pipes.
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