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Need another reason to have sex?

Here are 14 unexpected health benefits that will leave you in awe!


1. Makes you smarter 

Scientist have proven that having sex more often results in higher mental capacities. Due to production of adrenaline and cortisol, activated by more of those sexy times actually activates cell division in that grey matter we call our brains.

2. Lowers your risk of heart attack

Participating in sexual activities more often may save you from a heart attack! A study shows that men who enjoyed sexual activities at least twice a week were as much as 50% less likely to suffer from a form of cardiovascular disease than men who had sex less often.

3. Improves women’s bladder control

Good sex that leads to climax causes the muscles to strengthen and contract, this in turn is like a workout for the pelvic floor muscles. Over time provides better control and stronger sensations.

4. Strengthens your immune system

Enjoying sexual activity on a regular basis produces a better immune response which in turn helps keep you from getting sick as often! According to research, frequent sex actually triggers the body’s natural defenses, causing the production of a certain antibody that defends your immune system against some of the worst viruses and germs alive today!

5. Boosts the libido

For women, intimacy increases lubrication, blood flow, and muscles elasticity, all of which intensifies pleasure and enhances the desire. For men, regular sex enhances stamina, allowing them to last longer in bed. mixing C-Spot stimulation with a strong erection is a sure health upgrade!

6. Lessons pain

According to studies many women report that masturbation helps reduce menstrual cramps, arthritic pain, and even headaches! An orgasm a day… Should help keep that doctor away.

7. Lowers risk of prostate cancer

Studies show that men that masturbate and ejaculate frequently (at least 21 times a month) and men whom regularly receive P-spot massages are less likely to get prostate cancer.

8. Protects your teeth!

Scientist have found that harmful microorganisms that attach tooth enamel are destroyed by the antibacterial substances abundantly released in saliva during sexual activities.

9. Keeps you looking young

Forget Botox, just have an orgasm! A recent study shows that people between the ages of 40 and 50who had sex 50% more than others looked much younger than that of those who did not. You can thank a particular hormone that is released during intercourse and that same hormone also makes your hair look shiny, and your skin look elastic and bright!


10. Improves sleep

A hormone called prolactin is released during orgasm time. This hormone is also responsible for the feelings of relaxation and sleepiness. So forget insomnia and sex away your stressful sleepless nights

11. Fights Breast Cancer

Breast and nipple stimulation produces a cancer-cell-fighting hormone called oxytocin. This hormone is proven to reduce the size of tumors, making foreplay that involves nipple teasing a must!


12. Burns a ton of calories

With the increase of the heart rate more calories are burned. While an orgasm itself only burns around three total calories, all what goes on before and after burns more than 150 calories. As a bonus, muscles all over the body are getting toned in the process!

13. Relieves stress

Having that big “O” explosion effectively relieves stress and anxiety. Sexual arousal releases chemicals that rev up your brain’s pleasure and rewards system!


14. Improves men’s potency

To keep a car running smoothly you’ve got to drive it; the same goes for your penis. The more sex you have, the better your sexual health gets. Especially when it comes to getting it up! masturbating at least three times a week will minimize the chances of ever facing erectile dysfunction issues.


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