Let’s make the mood and it just might help your health. I think you have shocked with this line. But it’s true that sex can help to improve your health. How does a spicy sex life do a body good? Let see the top 3 way to improve your body and make better performance with the sex.
- Sex Burns Calories
30 minutes of sex can burns 85 calories and more. It may not echo like much, however it adds up: Forty-two half-hour sessions will burn the 3,570 calories, now it’s more than enough to lose a pound. Doubling up, you could drop that pound in 21 hour-long sessions. WOW!!
Sex is a very fine to improve your body and can make you healthy as come to this point; “Sex is a great mode of do exercises,” Los Angeles sexologist Patti Britton says. It takes both physical and psychological work, though, to do it well, she says.
- Sex Improves Heart Health
On a long-long research; A 20 year long British study demonstrate that men who had sex 2 or more times in a week were half as likely to have a fatal heart attack than men who had sex less than one in a month. WOW!!
- Better Self Esteem
The Great University of Texas researchers found that boosting self esteem was one of the 237 causes that people have sex. That finding makes intellect to sex, wedding, and family therapist Gina Ogden. She also says that those who already have self-esteem say they sometimes have sex to feel even better.
One of the reasons people say they have sex is to feel good about them.
Enormous sex begins with self-esteem. If the sex is loving, connected, and what you want, it raises it.
Of course, you do not have to have lots of sex to feel excellent about yourself. Your self esteem is all about you; not to the someone else. But if you’re before now feeling fine and excellent about yourself, a great sex life may help you feel even better.
Just read here one of the best quotes
Christina Enevoldsen Say’s
“The childhood sexual abuse taught me that my value came from sex. In adulthood, I was driven to have sex since I always felt worthless. I felt important and desired until it was over and then I felt like garbage—the same way I did after the abuse. I desperately needed to feel valued again, which led to more sex. My sex addiction only stopped when I believed that I’m valuable apart from anything I do.”