Sexual intercourse is something that can help you keep both mentally and physically stable for a longer period of time. If you have noticed that there are many couples whom we find very close to each other. They are seen to maintain some kind of physical contact every now and then. Do you know the reason? Most of us don't and we don't even bother to work on it.
In marriage, we have found that right after the rituals they arrange for flower bed and allow the couples to spend a beautiful night. There must be a valid reason behind it. Physical intimacy is the base of any relationship. If this works fine, nothing can stop you from healthy living.
It is noted that the frequency often decreases with age, sexual activity. Unfortunately, recent surveys say that married couples are more prone to have less sexual intimacy than others.
There are countless emotional and psychological welfares from making love that is strappingly linked with the overall quality of life. Some of these comprise:
According to a survey, more sex and better quality sex in the early phase of life increases happiness.
People with chronic stress are sometimes the cause of having sex less often. This may be a twofold whammy, as sex may be considered a stress management procedure.
There are different chemicals in our bodies that gets released during sex that can touch how we feel. During sex, our brains release endorphins"feel good" chemicals that can reduce cantankerousness and feelings of depression.
Do you know that orgasm leads to the release of yet another hormone, prolactin that can aid in sleep?
Proper sex life in early age can boost self-regard and lower feelings of insecurity, and finally leading to a more positive attitude.
It's fairly instinctive that sex would improve emotional health, but there are a number of physical benefits as well.
Sex is a form of physical activity. Good sexual activity in early age is equivalent to climbing two flights of stairs or moderate physical activities such as walking briskly. The movements related to sex can tauten and tone abdominal and pelvic muscles. For women, this improved muscle tone renders to better bladder control.
Being more sexually active also has positive effects on immune function. This renders to a lower likelihood of getting a cold or the flu very often.
The endorphins do more than lead to a sense of well-being and calm, but appear to reduce pain like back pain and migraine.
Sexual activity (but definitely not masturbation) has been linked with lower systolic blood pressure. Proper sexual activity helps dilate blood vessels, increasing the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the body while reducing blood pressure.
Being more sexually active essentially boosts libido and upsurges vaginal lubrication in women. Making love is more often linked with lighter menstrual periods and less niggling period cramps.