Orgasms and Their Health Benefits
Everyone enjoys sex and of course, the thrill of a volcanic orgasm. Many people as they get older do not put as much emphasis on sex as they once did in their younger years. They feel comfortable in their relationship and even have a hard time finding time to enjoy a romantic evening or even a quickie during their busy lives.
Orgasms especially are very important for everyone’s overall health, not just for gratifying their male ego. Physician Alfred Kinsey began releasing his studies on the sex life of men and women during the early 1950’s. These reports made him very famous in a short amount of time. However, the information that he released was more important than the study itself. In just one of the Kinsey reports, it was proven that sex reduces stress. This same report showed a huge difference in violence with the frequency of sex and orgasms. For people that enjoyed frequent sex and orgasms were less aggressive and less violent than individuals that seldom had sex. From this report, it was established that sex and orgasms do have a long-term effect of soothing the savage beast and helping have a healthy psychological balance.
Studies in later years have also shown that having frequent sex and orgasms lowers the death rate in men and women. In addition, sex lowers the risk heart attack for women.
Sexually active couples tend to enjoy life more with fewer health problems than couples that are less active. Dudley Chapman, gynecologist believes the study by psychologists at Wilkes University that orgasms help our bodies fight off all types of infections. This could be one main reason that sexually active couples have fewer health problems.
A study was performed recently in Melbourne, Australia on ejaculation and prostrate cancer in men. Men between the ages of 20 and 50 were involved in this unique study. The study revealed that frequent ejaculation did decrease the frightening risk of prostate cancer. This study went on to explain that not only did the risk of prostate cancer decrease but frequent orgasms in men even prevented painful urination for men in their senior years. It was concluded from the study that ejaculation is very important for maintaining good prostate health and the avoidance of prostate problems in later years.
Sex and orgasms is a way for the body to release some of the stress and anxieties that we all have built up in our bodies through normal day-to-day activities. Whether is scientific proof or not, all you have to do is realize just how relaxed and peaceful you are after you have had an orgasms and you will soon realize that your body needed this break from reality.
Our bodies were created to enjoy sex, not only for pleasure but also for our overall health. Without regular sex and orgasms, our bodies and minds suffer to the extent of physical illness and psychological problems.
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