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13 Reasons You Should Be Having More Sex, According To Science

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Sex non linear

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3 Reasons You Should Be Having More Sex, According To Science

Sex is great, and even science agrees. Whether you’re looking for a workout or a way to appear younger, look no further than getting your rocks off.  

1. 

Orgasms increase blood flow to all parts of the brain, and researchers say they’re better mental exercise than a crossword. 

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Sex love

2. 

Sex releases DHEA, a natural steroid that keeps you looking young. 

Studies have found that couples who have sex at least three times a week look more than 10 years younger than those who do not.

3. 

According to Dr Jennie Leslie, sex can be used to relieve period symptoms. Muscle contractions that occur during climax relieve tension in the muscles of the uterus. Meaning lighter, shorter periods.

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Researchers at Columbia and Stanford also found that women who have sex at least once a week have more regular and predictable menstrual cycles.
4. 

Vaginal stimulation has been found to block chronic back pain, leg pain, and even headaches. 

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Soulmate

The surge of hormones is also linked to pain relief. “A study conducted at the Headache Clinic at Southern Illinois University found that half of female migraine sufferers reported relief after climaxing,” reports Women’s Health Magazine.
5. 

Studies have determined that regular sex is good for your skin.
Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi, co-director of the Washington Institute of Dermatologic Laser Surgery in Washington, DC, toldLifestyle Mirror that “Regular sex increases blood flow and decreases stress hormones in the body, and those stress hormones wreak havoc on the skin.”

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6. 

Dr Debby Herbenick found that morning sex boosts your mood and immune system for the rest of the day – better than a cup of coffee ever would. 

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Intimate Love

7. 

People who regularly have penile-vaginal intercourse have lower blood pressure than those who do not.

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8. 

Oxytocin, the hormone responsible for creating feelings of love, is elevated in men after sex. With elevated levels of oxytocin, studies have shown that men are less likely to want to stray from their partners.

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So, sex literally drives men to be more committed to a relationship. 

9. 

The more a man ejaculates, the lower his risk of getting prostate cancer. 

One study showed that men who have had more than 20 sexual partners in their lifetime are up to 28% less likely to get prostate cancer.

10. 

Sex could prevent the common cold. 

It boosts the body’s levels of an antibody called immunoglobulin A, which can protect you from colds and flu. 

11. 

Sex is considered moderate exercise and burns four calories per minute for men and three per minute for women. 

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Sexual Strength

It’s the equivalent of playing double’s tennis or walking uphill. 

12. 

One study found that for hours after an orgasm, a woman’s gait changes into one that is taller and more confident than normal.

13. 

Men who have sex regularly are 45% less likely to develop life-threatening heart conditions.

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Beauty of Sex

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Sex is more than food

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Sex is more than exercise

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Light of Sex

Exercise Makes You Smarter

Exercise not only makes you healthier and

happier, it also makes you smarter, says

new research. An up-and-coming field of

neuroscientific research has linked

smartness to your regular routine of cardio.

The neuroscience researchers have found

that there is more to exercise that just

improving your blood circulation. It helps in

expression of a particular gene that floods your brain with brain derived

neurotrophic factor (BDNF). Mental sharpness, ability to learn and memorise

are aided by the BDNF protein.

The study was carried out in DartmouthCollege in USA by lead researcher

Michael Hopkins and his team. The team divided the participants in four groups

before giving them a memory test and conducting a mental health survey. One

of the groups exercised daily, another exercised daily but not on the day of test

and survey, third group whose participants exercised only on the day of their

test and survey, and the last group who remained sedentary.

The conclusion of the research by Hopkins and his team was that only the

group that exercised throughout, including on the day of the test and survey,

experienced a boost in BDNF. The researchers clarified that only moderate

exercises such as walking were performed by the participants, and there was

no vigorous workout schedule that they went through. They said that for

deriving mental health benefits out of exercise, it is important that you do not

exert your full might when working out. You just need to move all of your body

for more than half the days in a week.

The positive effect of exercise on mental health was also confirmed by a

research in Canada. Moderate strength training in women aged 70 odd for six

months slowed down the aggravation of dementia. And in young men and

women, the result of exercise was that they became sharper, mentally faster

and smarter. This corroborates the findings of the DartmouthCollege Research

Benefits of the Basic Human Urge – Sex

Sex is one of life’s pleasures and it is practiced by most people at least once in their lifetime.

[Source: http://listverse.com/2009/06/25/top-10-fascinating-facts-about-sex/]

Humans aren’t the only members of the animal kingdom that have sex just for fun. Dolphins and Bonobo chimps have also been observed engaging in sexual activity, when they are not in their natural reproductive cycles. With the exception of a pair of Cohan gorillas observed doing so, bonobos are the only non-human animal to have been observed engaging in all of the following sexual activities: face-to-face genital sex, tongue kissing, and oral sex. When Bonobos come upon a new food source or feeding ground, the increased excitement will usually lead to communal sexual activity, presumably decreasing tension and allowing for peaceful feeding. Interestingly, Bonobo chimps also play and experience joy like humans.

The average human loses 26 calories when kissing for a minute. Furthermore, vigorous sex for half an hour burns 150 calories (you can lose three pounds in a year – if you have sex 7 to 8 times a month). Kissing is also very good for your teeth: the extra saliva released during the act helps to keep the mouth clean – reducing the risk of decay.

In Asia before the fifteenth century, some use of glans condoms (devices covering only the head of the penis) is recorded. In China, glans condoms may have been made of oiled silk paper, or of lamb intestines. In Japan, they were made of tortoise shell or animal horn (ouch). In the 16th century, condoms were often made with linen sheaths soaked in a chemical solution and allowed to dry before use. The cloths were sized to cover the glans of the penis, and were held on with a ribbon. Pictured above is an animal intestine condom from the early 1900s.

the sex act can help to cure a headache. Sex causes the body to release endorphins which naturally reduce the pain of a headache.

The proteins in sperm have a tightening effect on the skin. When sperm is left to dry, the evaporation of the water in it leaves behind protein which can help to reduce wrinkles. While this may be an excellent anti-aging treatment, the obvious downside is that you have to walk around with sperm on your face.

All hair on the body is controlled by a “growth program” which determines the growth duration (and consequently the length) of hair. Pubic hair has a shorter growth duration (on average just a few months) compared to hair on the head. This is what stops pubic hair growing to unmanageable lengths.

In Victorian times, a slang term for a prostitute was “blowsy”. At the same time, “blow” was slang for ejaculation. Consequently, by the 1930s, the act of fellatio came to be known as a blow job. It was also used to describe jet planes in World War Two. In Ancient Greece, the common slang for a blow job was “playing the flute”.

Studies have shown that men who looked at porn of two men and one woman produced more sperm than those who looked at just women. Scientists speculate that seeing competition makes men step up their baby-making capacities.

Believe it or not, in the wild, certain female penguins (even when in a committed relationship) will exchange sexual favors with strange males for the pebbles they need to build their nests. According to Dr Fiona Hunter (a zoologist): “It tends to be females targeting single males, otherwise the partner female would beat the intruder up.” On some occasions the prostitute penguins trick the males. They carry out the elaborate courtship ritual, which usually leads to mating. Having bagged their stone, they would then run off.