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Reasons *** Makes Men Healthier

Discussion in 'Lifestyle & Healthy Living' started by PurpleFox, Jul 5, 2015.

  1. Calorie burn
    While *** alone may not be enough to create t-shirt troubling biceps and washboard abs, intercourse definitely gets the blood pumping by raising your heart rate and burning calories. Estimates show that an average session between the sheets can burn 85 to upwards of 200 calories in 30 minutes. If you spent half an hour having *** daily, that could lead to a weight loss of 10 pounds or more over the course of a year. And it’s objectively more enjoyable than a run on the treadmill.
    Strength training
    In addition to burning calories, *** aids in testosterone production, which can strengthen bones and muscles. Testosterone is also responsible for maintaining healthy energy levels, mood, fertility, and Please or Register to view links. So having *** today could help keep your *** drive up down the road. Decreasing testosterone levels, known as andropause or male menopause, can result in a number of side effects including decreased libido, fatigue and depression, among others.
    Cancer prevention
    A number of studies show that men who ejaculate on a regular basis are more than 30% less likely to develop prostate cancer. Regular ejaculation, whether from intercourse or *phcorner*tion, can help flush out your prostate (again ...sê×ÿ), which may help curb the development of prostate cancer. Give yourself a helping hand. As it were.
    Improved cardiovascular health
    Because *** is a good form of exercise, it makes sense that it would positively impact the health of your heart. A study from Queens University shows that men who have *** more than three times a week cut their risk of heart attack and stroke in half. *** has also been shown to lower blood pressure, which further accounts for the overall positive impact on cardiovascular health. And that nice feeling you get afterwards.
    Stress relief
    The decreased blood pressure that can result from *** could help lower your stress level. Various study participants have been shown to have a smaller rise in blood pressure during stressful situations after ***, as compared to other test subjects. Moreover, *** releases feel-good endorphins that can help lower anxiety. Who doesn’t want to forget about a tough day at the office with a good roll in the hay?
    Boosting your immunity
    Everyone is looking for ways to keep their immune system strong during the next flu season. What you may not realise is that regular intercourse increases levels of immunoglobulin A, an antibody known to boost your immune system. Having *** once or twice a week could help ward off colds or the flu. Think of it as a couples' health check.
    Improved intimacy
    Right before orgasm a number of endorphins are released and levels of the hormone oxytocin, sometimes referred to as the “love hormone”, surge to five times their normal level. Oxytocin has also been linked to an increased feeling of generosity, and is known to act as a neurotransmitter in the brain, building trust and helping to strengthen bonds.
    Pain relief
    In addition to bonding you with your partner, oxytocin, serotonin and other endorphins released during your sexual peak can help alleviate pain associated with common problems like headache or arthritis. Next time you’re suffering from neck pain or a stress headache, try forgoing the Ibuprofen and hopping in the sack instead. But if it is neck pain, go easy on the gymnastics.
    Improved sleep
    Oxytocin may sound like the new wonder drug when you consider that research has also shown that the increased levels of the hormone, along with the antidepressant chemical serotonin (which is also released during orgasm) promote deep sleep. Getting a restful night of sleep has been associated with a number of other health benefits, such as maintaining a healthy weight and lowering blood pressure. Which is a great excuse the next time you pass out immediately after.
    Long-term reproductive health
    Just as men need regular physical activity to stay healthy and fit, exercising the *phcorner*, by achieving erections, is key to maintaining a healthy *** life for years to come. Men who don’t regularly engage in sexual activity or *phcorner*tion are at a greater risk for penile atrophy down the road. Just as they should aim for a full-body workout three times a week, men should try to exercise the *phcorner* at least three times a week as a way to help ward off erectile dysfunction or other sexual health issues later in life.

    While regular sexual activity is an important part of overall health and well-being in men, many men with health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and cancer find erectile dysfunction to be an upsetting side effect of their condition. If you’re one of the millions of men who suffer from ED as a side effect of a health condition, don’t lose hope. There are treatment options available that could help you restore sexual function so you can enjoy all the health benefits mentioned here.

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  3. Now I know. *grin* Hahaha
  4. Thanks for sharing :)
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