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1. Love Making Reduces Stress.
If you’ve had a long day at work or you’re simply feeling a little overwhelmed, then love making will help you relax and reduce your stress levels! During love making our bodies produce dopamine, endorphins and oxytocin which together help us to de-stress, increases our natural happiness levels and enhances desire.
2. Love Making Is An Enjoyable Exercise.
When faced with the word ‘workout’ many of us will recoil in horror, unless of course that workout involves love making. Throughout love making our bodies are continually experiencing physiological changes that are consistent with an exercise routine. Our breathing rates rise which in turn burns calories, which means that if you have love making just three times a week you can burn around 7,500 calories a year. That’s the same as running 75 miles!
‘Love Making is a really great form of exercise,’ says Joseph J. Pinzone, MD. CEO and medical director of Amai Wellness. ‘Like with exercise, consistency helps maximize the benefits.’
3. Love Making Helps Your Immune System.
Researchers at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania found that their students who stated they had love making at least twice a week had higher levels of particular antibodies than those who had no love making at all. During love making, antigens like immunoglobulin A are released which are proven to fight the common cold and even flu! Even more good news: the more frequently you engage in love making the more antigens will be released and the healthier you’ll get.
4. Love Making Lowers Your Blood Pressure.
Even if it’s just a quickie, some forms of physical contact can improve your blood pressure significantly. A study conducted by the University of Paisley found that love making reduces diastolic blood pressure – which is the bottom number on a blood pressure reading – making us healthier all around!
5. Love Making Helps a Healthy Heart.
As our bodies burn calories, it also improves our heart health. Researchers from the New England Research Institute found that men are 45% less likely to suffer from cardiovascular diseases if they have regular love making.
6. Love Making Helps Pain Relief.
If you’re experiencing aches, pains or migraines then love making may be a better form of pain relief than pills! Arthritis specialist Dr. George Erlich conducted a study on his patients and found that those who had love making often experienced significantly less pain than their counterparts who went without.
7. Love Making Ensures Regular Periods.
If your periods are a bit erratic, it could be down to a stressful lifestyle. As mentioned previously, love making reduces stress and so will also have an impact on your menstrual cycle!
8. Love Making Creates Powerful Pelvic Muscles.
As well as quads, back and core muscles, love making also works out your pelvic muscles! Is there a better way of building muscle? I don’t think so! By creating stronger pelvic muscles you also benefit by having better orgasms according to the National Health Service (NHS).
‘For women, as well as helping improve symptoms of urinary incontinence, strong pelvic floor muscles can also mean increased sensitivity during love making and stronger orgasms,’ the NHS states. ‘Pelvic floor exercises can also benefit men with problems such as erectile dysfunction (difficulty getting or keeping an erection) and urinary incontinence’.
9. Love Making Reduces The Risk Of Cancer.
Particularly for men, regular love making reduces the chances of developing cancer. In an Australian study published the Journal of the American Medical Association, it was found that men who ejaculated at least 21 times a month were much less likely to suffer form prostate cancer.
10. Love Making Makes You Sleep Well.
Like exercise, love making increases your heart rate which leads to relaxation. In addition to this, it’s common knowledge that male ejaculation leads to lethargy which can make men extremely sleepy after love making.
‘After orgasm, the hormone prolactin is released,’ says Sheenie Ambardar, MD. a psychiatrist in West Hollywood, California, ‘which is responsible for the feelings of relaxation and sleepiness after love making.’
11. Love Making Makes You Look 10 Years Younger.
Having love making three times a week can apparently make you appear 10 years younger than your real age! In his book Secrets of the Superyoung, Scottish researcher and clinical neuropsychologist at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, David Weeks states: “It’s good for you to have good love making.” What more incentive do you need?
12. Love Making Lengthens Your Life.
The ultimate culmination of all of these wonderful, positive effects regular love making has on our health and minds is that we will add years to our life spans. In fact, a study published in the British Medical Journal revealed that male participants who had love making regularly lived twice as long as those who rarely got any action!