The Benefits of daily sex for women

Beyond the more obvious benefits of intimacy and pleasure, a healthy and active sex life also has other benefits for women's health. Such benefits as improved cognition and increased immune functioning. It lowers levels of stress and can even alleviate pain. You can achieve these benefits even without a partner, good news for all the single ladies out there!

So whether you're with a partner or a toy, here are five health benefits of an active healthy sex life. Click this link for, women's sex toys.

1: Increased immune functioning

Regular sex aides the production of antibodies including immunoglobulin A. This has a protective effect for your immune system. Previous studies have shown that IgA levels were higher in those who had sex at least once or twice a week, as opposed to others who did not (Charnetski & Brennan, 2004).

2: Improved Bladder Control

According to Lauren Streicher M.D. 10 Surprising Health Benefits of Sex - cited in WebMD, regular sex increases vaginal lubrication, elasticity, and blood flow. Not only does this make sex more enjoyable, but it increases desire as well.

3: Improves bladder control

According to WebMD sex is like a work-out for your pelvic floor, and the same can be said for kegel-balls. This helps reduce the risk of incontinence, something that is estimated to affect about 30% of women at some point in their lives.

3: Helps lower blood pressure

According to Joseph Pinzone M.D. Research suggests a link between regular sex and blood pressure. "One landmark study found that sexual intercourse specifically (not masturbation) lowered systolic blood pressure.” That's the first number on your blood pressure test."

4: Lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease

Sex is a pretty good form of exercise, and it's great for your heart. Besides raising your heart rate, sex helps keep estrogen and testosterone levels balanced. Kara Wahlgren - 5 Reasons You Should Have Sex Tonight—For Your Heart Health Feb 16, 2018).

5: Reduces pain

One study (Whipple & Komisaruk, 1988) suggests that vaginal stimulation can block pain, acting as an analgesic. The study's author, Barry R. Komisaruk, PhD is quoted as saying: "“We’ve found that vaginal stimulation can block chronic back and leg pain, and many women have told us that genital self-stimulation can reduce menstrual cramps, arthritic pain, and in some cases even headache".

There you have it

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