5 Benefits of sex you do not know

5 Benefits of sex you do not know

Erectile Dysfunction is prevented by frequent sex.
It turns out that the old adage "If you don't utilize it, you lose it" is true. Men who had sex more than once a week were less likely to develop erectile dysfunction as they became older, according to a study published in the American Journal of Medicine. If that isn't enough to make you want to bump into uglies more frequently, we don't know what is.

Oral Sex Aids in the Treatment of Morning Sickness
Consuming sperm helps pregnant women avoid morning sickness, according to a psychologist from the University at Albany-SUNY. Morning sickness, according to researcher Gordon Gallup, is a reaction to a foreign material, among other things, and that regular consumption of sperm will build muscle.

Sex Increases Self-Assuredness [self esteem]
It requires a certain amount of self-assurance to engage in sex, but sex can also reciprocate. According to University of Texas studies, having sex frequently can help enhance self-confidence and build a more favorable attitude toward yourself.

The Sense of Smell is Enhanced by Sex
The spike of the hormone prolactin that happens after sex, according to University of Calgary research, aids in the development of new nerve cells in the brain that are responsible for the formation of additional cells in the olfactory bulb. More sex, in other words, could lead to a stronger sense of smell.

Sex Defeats the Common Cold
According to a Wilkes University study, those who have sex twice a week have a lower risk of heart disease.