According to Cindy M. Meston, PhD, and David M. Buss, PhD, psychology professors at the University in Texas US, there are many ways in which you can emphasize that “getting busy” would be a wise move for your health.
“During orgasm, opiates — the body’s natural painkillers — are released, which can help decrease all sorts of aches and pains for women,” Meston explains. Sex can also help maintain the body’s flexibility and cardiovascular health, decrease anxiety, and enhance overall mood. Additionally, sex (if it lasts long enough!) can also be a good calorie burner, so you can always suggest it as a fantastic way to burn off the chocolate cheesecake you shared for dessert.
 


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