11 June 2012

Fortunately for those of you who are married. In addition to the emotional benefits, sex can also improve your general health.

Good for the heart
Sex is not just a way to get closer and express your love, but also good for heart health. Actively committed sex can increase your heart rate, and make you healthier. Men who have sex twice a week or more were at lower risk of heart attack.

Lose weight
Sex is one of physical activity, and more fun than the other major sports, and apparently sex can help reduce weight. Although not as effective as a treadmill (which can burn 400 calories in 30 minutes, while sex only burns 85 calories), but sex can be performed as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Avoid disease
Regular sex partner can prevent colds and other ailments and can boost the immune system. Couples who have sex less than twice a week to have an antibody called immunoglobulin A is higher, which can protect you from a mild illness and flu. However, they are more frequent sex had a lower antibody. So do not do it to excess.

Reduce pain
Hormones produced during sex serves as a pain reliever and to reduce pain during menstruation and joint pain, in addition to various other diseases. The potent chemical called oxytocin (a hormone that relaxes and can reduce blood pressure and cortisol levels), which serves to lower blood pressure and is useful if you have a migraine.

Reduce the risk of prostate cancer
Prostate cancer is a common disease among men, but researchers found the men in the age of 20 the risk is reduced after ejaculated five times or more a week. There is no clear correlation for older men, but it's worth trying.

Reduce stress
Medically sex can improve your mood - also can stimulate the brain to produce fine chemicals called endorphins to reduce stress. Sex also can lower blood pressure, and helps calm.

Makes you sleep more soundly
Sex flood your body with endorphins and oxytocin, which is ideal for relaxation and makes you sleep more soundly.


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