Healthy Relationships & Sex Life


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When I had read all the health benefits for love and sex on iVillage, I’ve done a mental checklist. One will never know how much it takes to keep up a healthy  love/sex life. It takes quite a deal to keep something you’re suppose to take serious going in the right direction. But, we can still reap from the benefits of frequent love-making with our mates that can seriously improve our lives in more ways than one.

The ten top health benefits below that it takes to keep seeking that emotional and physical connection with another person are:

#1 Less stress

I read that studies show that good constant sex keeps the stress level down. Nothing wrong with that. And, it’s not just the physical, touching and kissing plays its part and goes a long way. So, have much of those.

#2 Longer life

I don’t know why, but studies shows men who have frequent intercourse live longer than men who didn’t. Although, studies didn’t show that for women. Hmm…

#3 More youthful appearance

#4 Stronger muscles for men and women 

#5 Clearer thinking

#6 Improved heart health

Although sex may not qualify as an intense cardio workout, it does offer a demonstrable benefit to your heart.  Those who had sex at least twice a week had a much lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease than men who had sex once a month or less.

#7 Stronger relationships

Relationship satisfaction is strengthened when both partners are sexually satisfied. We all know that. A strong, healthy relationship is one in which the partners show respect and kindness toward each other. The relationship forms a rewarding and enduring bond of trust and support.

#8 Pain relief

#9 Stronger immunity

#10 Reduced risk of some cancers

Despite the fact that I haven’t listed everything in detail under each benefits, I wanted to entail the key benefits that’s the most important. For others, you may get the point. As you can see, having a healthy love or sex life can be very beneficial. It’s also never to be taken lightly. Even though satisfying as sex can be, being in love, I mean truly in love tops them all.  If you don’t have true, real love, then all the above won’t mean a thing.

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