Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Got Sex?

Wowwwwwww………. This is amazing!

Fans of abstinence had better be sitting down. "Saving yourself" may indeed confer some moral benefit but corporeally it does absolutely zip. There's no evidence it sharpens your competitive edge. The best that modern science can say for sexual abstinence is that it's harmless when practiced in moderation. Having regular and enthusiastic sex, by contrast, confers a host of measurable physiological advantages, be you male or female.

Need to lose weight, just have sex
Sex, if nothing else, is exercise. A vigorous bout burns some 200 calories--about the same as running 15 minutes on a treadmill. The pulse rate, in a person aroused, rises from about 70 beats per minute to 150, the same as that of an athlete putting forth maximum effort.

I don’t need an aspirin; I need to have sex, orgasms included
Immediately before orgasm, levels of the hormone oxytocin surge to five times their normal level. This in turn releases endorphins, which alleviate the pain of everything from headache to arthritis to even migraine.

Echinacea pleeeeease….. I just have sex
Having sex once or twice a week has been linked with higher levels of an antibody called immunoglobulin A or IgA, which can protect you from getting colds and other infections.

Abstinence is unhealthy, really!
Women who abstain from sex run some risks. In postmenopausal women, these include vaginal atrophy. Dr. Winch has a middle-aged patient of whom he says: "She hasn't had intercourse in three years. Just isn't interested. The opening of her vagina is narrowing from disuse. It's a condition that can lead to dysparenia, or pain associated with intercourse. I told her, 'Look, you'd better buy a vibrator or you're going to lose function there.'"

Swallow baby….. Sperm is actually healthy for you…. Sorry Ladies but facts are facts!
Seminal plasma contains zinc, calcium and other minerals shown to retard tooth decay. Suffice it to say that it could be a far richer, more complex and more satisfying experience than squeezing a tube of Crest-even Tartar Control Crest.

Depressed? Stop using condoms
Sexually active participants whose male partners did not use condoms were less subject to depression than those whose partners did. Prostaglandin, a hormone found only in semen, may be absorbed in the female genital tract, thus modulating female hormones.
*I would like to note, that I am a huge fan of condoms and I don’t recommend anyone not using one unless they are on birth control and know that their partner has no diseases. Don’t be stupid here people!*

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