The All-You-Need-To-Know Health Benefits of Sex Beyond Orgasm and Reproduction

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Around 300 AD, the philosopher Ko Hung, the Master of Embracing Simplicity, wrote, “the more a man copulates, the greater will be the benefit he derives from the act…”

The health benefits of healthy sex extend beyond the bedroom. Immediately before orgasm, the hormone Oxytocin surges to five times the normal level. This, in turn, releases endorphins, which alleviate the pain of everything from headaches to arthritis including migraines. In addition, Oxytocin helps heal wounds and promotes cell regeneration. It is even a natural antibiotic against hostile bacteria and uterine infection.

Sex Reduces Stress and Tension

The profound relaxation that typically follows lovemaking, which is orgasm for women and ejaculation and/or orgasm for men, is one of the few times we let go, surrender and relax. Males become less aggressive, gentler and more spiritual, while females produce more testosterone to make them bolder and balance excessive estrogen levels.

Sex that promotes harmony in couples, also reduces stress, regulates behavior and improves memory. Regular and enthusiastic lovemaking can keep you inquisitive and investigative, ready and hungry for new input.

Experts added that sex is the safest tranquilizer in the world. Having sex three or more times a week reduced risk of heart attack or stroke by half. Good sex is 10 times more effective than Valium and other sedatives when it comes to providing humans sense of relief, satisfaction, fulfillment and tranquility in sleeping and in depressing moods.

Sex Promotes good Health

Sex testosterone besides boosting your libido fortifies bones and muscles, and keeps hearts healthy. A hot sweat-inducing sex rises heart rate from about 70-80 beats per minute to 110-180 and burns about 360 calories.

Sex, which is everyone’s favorite, even increases pain tolerance threshold and pain detection threshold by 74.6 percent and 106.7 percent relieving hurting cause by conditions like arthritis, whiplash, and headaches.

During lovemaking focus on your breathing and try to be aware of the point at which you begin to breathe faster and less deeply, and then slow down while the stimulation continues. Deep breathing promotes gentle sex resulting to higher level of orgasmic energy. Tests show that gentle, mellow lovemaking reduces dermatitis, skin rashes and blemishes on women. In many cases, it can also help prevent asthma, hay fever or mild allergies.

Sex Makes you Live longer

The benefits of good sex in terms of mental health are enormous. The experience of arousal and orgasm bathes the body with endorphins, the feel-good chemicals that elevate moods producing a sense of euphoria and well-being. Sex also boosts DHEA levels, a hormone that ensures energy, vitality, and health of most body functions.

Orgasm triggers the pituitary to release Prolactin that is good for HGH production, cancer and tumor prevention. A higher level of orgasmic energy in men can help circulate sexual energy to his hormonal system and re-stimulate hormone-producing cells that diminish steadily with age. Such hormone promotes higher sexual desire eventually improving sexual performance.

Sex does the body organs good, even makes hair shinier and skin smoother. However, the health benefits of sex, which are physical, emotional, and psychological, can only better our well being in the context of healthy, stable and monogamous relationship.

Good and healthy sex with someone that you love has survival benefits. The caressing, hugging, stroking, and cuddling promote feelings of love, nurture, and care. Any expression of love and emotional intimacy encourages healing. In addition, a person who reaches orgasm three times a week has a 50 percent lower chance of mortality than one who climax only once a month. Thus, sex with the touching and caressing related to being in love is definitely something that puts a smile on our faces because of its healthy benefits.

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