A whole lot of stuff has been written and a whole lot of things will still be written about the benefits of s.ex. However, a whole lot of the benefits written about se.x and why couples should engage in it mostly centers around partners achieving o.rgasm. Some people seem to forget that to actually achieve orgasm, you have to be with someone you se.xually connect with.
Of course, there are lots of articles that abound on intriguing se.x tips which people that are not in a committed relationship can engage in so as to enjoy the self-pleasuring effect and benefits that come with se.x, especially as it relates to having good and healthy orgasms. So, irrespective of the side of the divide you belong to, either as a couple or a solo being, check out this list of healthy side effects of s.ex:
Improved heart condition
The importance of healthy s.ex in relation to good heart activity cannot be overemphasised. Just like other forms of physical activity, studies have found out that se.x is a tonic for good heart rate. Research has shown that the risk of a person who engages in regular se.x and has good orgasms frequently having, suffering or dying from heart disease issues such as a cerebrovascular accident (stroke) or heart attacks is at the minimum. And if you’ve ever found yourself worrying about the physical exertion that comes with having se.x and the effects it has on the heart, studies have also shown that the most se.xually intense moments (assuming you aren’t unusually vigorous in your activities) gives off approximately the same amount of energy as it takes to walk at the rate of 4 to 6 miles an hour. And it definitely helps you, your heart, and your se.x life to exercise and stay in shape overall.
Sweet pain relief
It has been proven by psychologists that looking directly at your partner or even at a picture of them can help ease whatever pain you may be feeling. During the course of a research, some anesthesiologists showed people photographs of their romantic partners or photos of attractive strangers, and asked them to engage in a word game. They found that looking at romantic partners significantly dulled and reduced the experience of pain. So even though you may think pain is a barrier to se.x, consider the pain that comes with s.ex as one of the benefits that is worth the time and effort invested in it. Make out time to take long states at your lover. Moreover, some other studies have also found out that another way women may get relief from menstrual cramps may be to achieve orgasm.