Why Sex Should Be Routine!

Why Sex Should Be Routine!

Have you heard or read a scientific study that sex has healing properties? This is not just a figment. Sex done in a healthy, right, and regular way can restore your body and mind and prevent the onset of innumerable diseases.

Some observers even say, sex is a human drug required and not compulsory to be done every day. Let’s look at four reasons why you should have sex on a regular basis, mainly for a man.

1. Physical exercise

Having sex is a form of physical activity. You should be aware that by having sex, breathing rate will increase. If you have sex three times a week for 15 minutes, then you have to burn about 7,500 calories a year. That’s the equivalent of jogging 75 miles so far. Heavy breathing will increase the amount of oxygen in your cells and the production of testosterone during sex makes your bones and muscles stronger.

2. Overcome pain

Feel a headache and did not fit, can not become a reason for you not to have intercourse. During sex, both bodies of men and women yield endorphins, hormones that act as painkillers.

A study conducted by Gina Ogden shows that sexual stimulation, mainly during orgasm makes a person unable to feel pain. In women, sex can also increase productiveness, to delay menopause and alleviate symptoms of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

3. Protecting the Prostate

Most of the sperm in the weep out fluid secreted by the prostate gland. If you stop ejaculation, the fluid will wait in the gland that trigger tenderness. Regular ejaculation will drain the fluid out and ensure the health of your prostate until ancient age.

4. Prevent erectile dysfunction

Fifty percent of men aged over 40 years suffer from erectile dysfunction. Sex is the best medicine against impotence. Erection will still make the blood flow through arteries in your penis so that it remains healthy tissue.

5. Preventing stress

Scientific proof show sex can be a very effective way to reduce stress levels. During sex, your body produces dopamine (substances that fight stress hormone), endorphin aka “happiness hormones” and oxytocin.