Sex Therapists Reveals Benefits Of Having Sex Daily

People who have sex have higher levels of what defends your body against germs, viruses, and other intruders. Researchers at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania found that college students who had sex once or twice a week had higher levels of a certain antibody compared to students who had sex less often.

according to the latest studies, regular sex – that’s one to two lovemaking sessions per week – can provide some incredible boosts to your health and wellbeing.

Boosts Your Libido

Longing for a more lively sex life? “Having sex will make sex better and will improve your libido,” says Lauren Streicher, MD. She is an assistant clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago.

For women, having sex ups vaginal lubrication, blood flow, and elasticity, she says, all of which make sex feel better and help you crave more of it.

Look younger

Last week, Dr. David Weeks, a clinical neuropsychologist at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, revealed to a psychology ­conference that his extensive research had found older men and women with an active love life looked five to seven years younger than their actual age.

But you don’t have to beat it every night to enjoy youth-enhancing effects! In fact, during his 10-year study, ­Weeks found quality was as important as quantity, with the ­anti-ageing benefits stronger if the sex was classed as “loving”.

Less Stress

If you’re freaking out about tomorrow’s job interview, slip between the sheets. Research from the University of the West of Scotland reveals that people who had intercourse at least once over two weeks were better able to manage stressful situations such as public speaking, says study author and psychology professor Stuart Brody, Ph.D. That’s because endorphins and oxytocin are released during sex, and these feel-good hormones activate pleasure centers in the brain that create feelings of intimacy and relaxation and help stave off anxiety and depression, says WH advisor Laura Berman, Ph.D., an assistant clinical professor of ob-gyn and psychiatry at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University and author of It’s Not Him, It’s You! You don’t have to climax to net the effects, but you’ll get the biggest surge of soothing hormones if you have an orgasm. Just one more reason to shoot for a stellar finish!

Helps Reduce Risks of Heart Attacks

In one study, researchers found that men who have sex between 2 to 3 times a week have a slightly lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Now that is a monumental advantage compared to having sex once a month. This is a substantial benefit when it comes to cardiovascular health. The emotional factors linked in an intimate relationship can benefit the heart significantly. This is because sex can provide a prolonged exercise for the cardiovascular system.

Shift your middle-age spread and keep fit

Thirty minutes of vigorous sex burns up to 100 calories, which is the same as a small glass of wine.And if you have moderately active sex twice a week, you’ll burn an extra 5,000 calories a year! ­Varying your positions is also a great, fun way to tone different muscle groups and keep limbs lean and flexible.

Fewer Colds

There’s nothing sexy about sneezing, wheezing, or that runny-nose look. But getting hot and bothered can help you avoid coming down with the sniffles: People who have sex were found to have higher levels of an antibody called immunoglobulin A (IgA), according to researchers at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania. These antibodies help combat diseases and keep the body safe from colds and flu. Save up your sick days and use them as sex days!

Lowers Your Blood Pressure

Research suggests a link between sex and lower blood pressure, says Joseph J. Pinzone, MD. He is CEO and medical director of Amai Wellness.

“There have been many studies,” he says. “One landmark study found that sexual intercourse specifically (not masturbation) lowered systolic blood pressure.” That’s the first number on your blood pressure test.

Lighter Periods (with Fewer Cramps)

“When a woman orgasms, her uterus contracts and, in the process, rids the body of cramp-causing compounds,” explains Meston. The increased number of uterine contractions can also help expel blood and tissue more quickly, helping to end your period faster, she adds.

Going horizontal while menstruating has also been shown to help decrease the risk for endometriosis, a common condition in which uterine tissue grows outside of the uterus, causing pelvic pain and sex that hurts, according to researchers at Yale University School of Medicine.

Sex during your period may not sound too appealing, but don’t stress over making a mess. Just lay down a dark-colored towel and stick to missionary; when you’re lying down, your flow tends to be lighter, says WH advisor Michelle Callahan, Ph.D., author of Ms. Typed: Stop Sabotaging Your Relationships and Find Dating Success.

Helps lower your risk of incontinence

Good sex is a great workout for a woman’s pelvic floor muscles – the muscles that control ­orgasms and also stem the flow of urine, reducing leakage and incontinence. Pregnancy and the menopause can weaken these muscles significantly, but the stronger they are, the lower your risk of developing stress incontinence and prolapse later.And let’s face it, sex is far more ­enjoyable than the chore of doing pelvic floor exercises on your own!

Helps Prevent Erectile Dysfunction and Maintain Good Erections

According to a research performed on 1000 men, having sex 4 times a week reduces the chance of having erectile by 45 percent as compared to a study on men who have sex once a week. The lack of morning erections is likely to cause erectile dysfunction, and for this reason, it is recommended to have sex early in the morning. This is excellent news for men who are experiencing erectile dysfunction. With the help of his partner, performing sex 4 times a week can solve and get rid of erectile dysfunction, eventually. Furthermore, having regular sex and achieving erections or even masturbation is a form of light penis exercises. This leads to another suggestion, men who want to achieve and maintain rock-hard and lasting erections should perform any penis exercises like Kegels.

A More Toned Bod

Sex counts as cardio! A romp can burn anywhere from 85 to 250 calories, depending on the length of the session (obviously a quickie will be less strenuous than an all-night pleasurefest), says Meston. In fact, cardiologists consider sexual activity comparable to a modest workout on a treadmill, according to a study published in The American Journal of Cardiology.  Not only will your ticker get a workout, but you’ll also squeeze in some sculpting: “Your abs and the muscles in your back, butt, and thighs get a good workout as you thrust during sex,” says Hutcherson. Looks like you have a pretty good reason to skip spin class on Sunday morning and work up a sweat in bed.

Banish depression

Like any exercise that raises your heart rate, sex causes your brain to release feel-good chemicals that boost your levels of serotonin – the happy hormone – to lift your mood. Serotonin is the body’s key antidepressant chemical and one of the major reasons people smile and feel happy and relaxed after sex. Sexually active women in long-term ­relationships are also less likely to feel depressed than women who go without sex, according to a study of nearly 300 women by psychologist Gordon Gallup in the American Archives Of Sexual ­Behavior.

Counts as Exercise

“Sex is a really great form of exercise,” Pinzone says. It won’t replace the treadmill, but it counts for something. Sex uses about five calories per minute, four more calories than watching TV. It gives you a one-two punch: It bumps up your heart rate and uses various muscles. So get busy! You may even want to clear your schedule to make time for it on a regular basis. “Like with exercise, consistency helps maximize the benefits,” Pinzone says.

More Sleep, More Sex

An Australian sleep researcher says that having more sex brings more sleep. The SBS Australia reports that Dr. Lastella, a sleep researcher says that if you can’t sleep, try sex and if you have a low sex drive, try sleep.

This looks like a play on words, but sleep and sex somewhat go hand-in-hand. Of course, other factors such as stress management and lifestyle need to be considered, too.

Apart from the usual sleep hygiene techniques such as establishing regular bedtime and wake times, avoiding caffeine, avoiding electronic devices, ensuring that your bedroom is dark and comfortable, I am interested in exploring the idea that sex may be used as a form of sleep therapy.

Longer screen time is one of the most notable causes of sleep disorders. Hence, take every potential cause and reason why you’re struggling to have quality sleep. Doing so, you’ll be able to achieve deep and quality sleep every night. Once you address them all, you’ll be more regular and quality sleep, and most likely more sex, as well.

Enjoy your recommended daily sex dosage and reap the health benefits of frequent sex.

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