REGULAR frolicking will give you rude health, experts say.
After our revelation that weekly sessions can prevent menopause, we discuss other ways in which loving feelings can help our health.
And our findings bring a completely new meaning to sexual healing.
From a longer life and catching fewer mistakes to a better night, you can get rewards from having randy.
And even solo sessions bring benefits, as Tyson Fury would agree.
The heavyweight told yesterday how he masturbates SEVEN times a day to reach the maximum condition for his revenge of Deontay Wilder in February.
He believes that daily rounds help keep his testosterone pumping, and he admits: “If it’s going to give me an advantage, I’m willing to give it a try.”
We also tell how middle-aged women who have weekly sexual sessions are 28% less likely to experience menopause in the next decade.
And even getting frisky once a month meant a 19% risk reduction, according to the University College London study.
PhD student Megan Arnot said: “The findings suggest that if a woman is not having sex and there is no possibility of pregnancy, the body” chooses “not to invest in ovulation, as it would be useless.”
The study was driven after researchers realized that married women begin menopause later than single women.
Here, we turn the pages on the many health benefits of sex.
IMPROVES libido: It seems obvious, but the more you do it, the better it will be, says Northwestern University in Illinois.
For women, having sex increases vaginal lubrication, blood flow and elasticity, which increases sexual desire.
Strengthens the pelvic floor: During orgasm, muscle tone, heart rate and breathing increase, and the pelvic floor is exercised, which helps prevent erectile dysfunction or incontinence.
Help fertility: A female orgasm can increase the chances of conceiving. Experts say that when a woman experiences Big O one minute after her partner ejaculates, she is likely to retain more sperm.
If she has an orgasm before her partner, there is less sperm retention and less chance of conception.
Stops STIs and unwanted pregnancies: As expected, doing so only avoids the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection or becoming pregnant.
REDUCE the possibility of death after a heart attack: Heart attack survivors who had sex more than once a week were 27% less likely to die during the 22-year study period compared to those who were celibate.
The research, published in the American Journal of Medicine, found that getting nervous even once a week reduced deaths by 12 percent, and less frequently by eight percent.
Reduce blood pressure: Regular sex can reduce blood pressure as effectively as medications, according to a study by Georgia State University.
Orgasms reduce it by 13 percent, and this reduction lasts until the next day. However, interestingly, masturbation does not.
STOP back pain: Orgasms are ten times more effective than analgesics such as Valium and have ten times the reducing effect of anxiety, shows a study from the University of Munster, Germany.
Half of the patients felt that the pain decreased after using “sexual activity as a therapeutic tool.”
Reverse aging: Playing more frequently in old age can make you look seven years younger. The effects work best if sex is “loving,” says Dr. David Weeks, a neuropsychologist at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital.
Avoid prostate cancer: Men who ejaculate 21 times a month are one-third less likely to develop prostate cancer, say Harvard scientists. This includes “sexual intercourse, night broadcasts and masturbation.”
IMPROVES the dream: An orgasm before bedtime can help you relax and fall due to the release of the hormone oxytocin to feel good.
It also helps you have a quiet night when you fall asleep. Sex could be an alternative or additional treatment for insomnia, say scientists at the University of Ottawa in Canada.
Increase self-esteem: Casual encounters could increase your sense of self-worth and satisfaction with life.
While those without a partner can also gain a boost of confidence through solo orgasms, according to the Cornell University study in New York.
Relieve the stress: When women are affectionate with their partners, they report that they feel happier and less stressed the next day, says a study from Arizona State University.
Another report found that when rats have sex every day for two weeks, their hippocampus, the part of the brain that keeps stress under control, grows.
Sexploits so super
SUN sexpert Dr. Pam Spurr reveals why being playful is great for you:
“Don’t underestimate the power of sex to benefit your physical health and your general well-being.
On the physical side, studies have shown that those who have an active sex life have better overall health.
That is not only for young people who do not have sex, but also for those who continue physical intimacy until the age of 60, 70 and older.
Research shows that the medical benefits of sex vary from better heart health to fewer colds and many intermediate points.
It also has a powerful effect on your mental and emotional health. During sex, hormones and brain chemicals are produced, including oxytocin, dopamine and serotonin. These give you a good feeling.
Natural chemicals provide a sense of calm and also help you join your partner. That greater sense of well-being and intimacy strengthens their relationship. The couple that plays together (in bed) stays together!
Even if you are “flying alone”, you can expect to get the health benefits. The release of sexual tension can decrease anxiety and facilitate relaxation.
Anyway I look at it, sex is natural, it was meant to be, and everyone should take advantage of the benefits. “
- Dr Pam is on Twitter @drpamspurr
Weight loss due to AIDS: 25 minutes of sex burns approximately 69 calories for women and 100 for men. So sex twice a week for a month burns about 700 calories, the same as a spinning class.
Reduce the risk of diabetes: In several studies, women who have sex more frequently showed greater resistance to type 2 diabetes.
Experts from the University of Sydney, Australia, believe that this could be due to better overall health and less weight gain.
PREVENTS infections: Research suggests that female masturbation can protect against cervical infections. Orgasms flex the cervix and eliminate bad bacteria, according to the book Sex: A Natural History by Joann Ellison Rodgers.
Increase the immune system: Students who had sex once or twice a week were more likely to avoid colds and flu. The subjects in the Pennsylvania study had higher levels of an important substance to fight disease in their bodies compared to those who received none.
STOP migraines: A study of 83 women at the University of Southern Illinois found that almost half of the people who climaxed reported that their headaches disappeared.
When the women in the study had orgasms, their pain threshold rose more than 108 percent and the pain relief lasted up to ten minutes.
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AIDS long life: In a decade-long study of almost 1,000 middle-aged British men, those who had at least two orgasms a week had half the death rate of those who reported only one a month.
For women, frequency has no relation to longevity: sex has to be good.
A 25-year study from North Carolina published in 1982 noted that women who said they enjoyed sex lived longer.
Stars in contact
- When former Kanye West model, Amber Rose model, was asked how she got a healthy glow on her skin in 2016, she said: “Masturbation. I wish I had time to masturbate every day really, but I don’t.”
- Hollywood star Dustin Hoffman then said in 2009: “I train every morning. I play tennis . . . I jog and do light weights. I also caress myself sometimes and I think that burns calories!
- Actress Jada Pinkett Smith revealed in 2018: “My grandmother taught me about personal pleasure because I wanted her to know that pleasure was mine. She didn’t want me to fall into the hands of a man, and if he gave me pleasure, to think that it was him. And she taught me at nine.
- Actor James Franco said in 2010: “I am very much in hotels for much of my life. So, when I am alone, I masturbate a lot. I have a lot of writing or reading to do, and I will be on the couch all day or in bed all day just doing that … I tend to spend four or five days. “
- Eva Longoria, one of the desperate housewives, once revealed: “I didn’t start enjoying sex until I started masturbating. Now I give Rabbit vibrators to all my girlfriends. They scream when they unwrap it. The best gift I can give them is a orgasm. “
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