s*x experts say that climax after s*x is very necessary because of the following reasons…
• Improved mood. People who have s*x weekly are happier. That’s the conclusion of researchers at the University of Toronto-Mississauga. The study’s lead researcher, Amy Muise, says “Our findings suggest that it’s important to maintain an intimate connection with your partner. She notes that s*xual intercourse floods the brain with a happy hormonal cocktail of oxytocin (great for bonding), dopamine (bring on the good feelings) and serotonin (anti-stress). These combine to leave you feeling fine.
• Clearer thinking. Researchers at Rutgers University have been studying the female climax for more than 25 years. They used magnetic resonance imaging to look at the female brain during climax and found that more than 30 areas of the brain were activated! Those activated areas are receiving increased blood flow and that blood is carrying nutrients and oxygen. s*x is brain food!
• Headache cure. Far from using a headache as an excuse to skip s*x, researchers at the University of Munster, Germany have concluded that s*x can provide relief to migraine and cluster headache sufferers. Next time you feel a headache coming on, skip the ibuprofen and reach for your sweetie instead.
• Better Skin. Another hormonal by product of s*xual intercourse is dehydroepiandrosterone, or DHEA. DHEA is produced by the adrenal glands as part of the stress response, and s*x falls under the good stress category! DHEA plays a part in many aspects of health, including better skin, hair, weight control and adrenal health. DHEA supplement use became popular after studies suggested that it could contribute to a higher s*x. s*x is a natural way to increase production of the hormone and experience its many health benefits!
• Less stress/anxiety. Researchers at the University of Groningen in The Netherlands who viewed PET scans of women during climax found that activity in the hippocampus and the amygdala both shut down during orgasmic experiences. These areas of the brain are instrumental in regulating alertness and anxiety. The study’s authors said their findings support the commonly held belief that stress and anxiety decrease with s*xual activity, and they have the brain scans to prove it!