Health Benefits of Sex

One of the things I have never understood is how there are couples that treat sex as some type of holiday… it happens once every few months. Sure it makes sense in the case of infidelity where trust needs to be restored, or if there is some type of medical issue, but these are the cases of couples simply not having sex.  I know someone that was married and said it was 7 months before her and her ex-husband realized that they didn’t have sex.

Where they do that at?!? If I go 7 days without getting it on with Cheetah girl then I am all types of irritable and in need of an attitude adjustment.  There are many health benefits of frequent sex – outside of the intimacy and getting a nut.  Here are a few of them:

Health Benefits of Sex

It raises self-esteem and confidence. No matter what else is going on, when you’re sleeping with someone, you know that at that particular moment they want you and the more you have sex, the more they want you.

Who you calling a bitch?! Well… YOU.  And if you’re called one often because you’re always irritable, then you probably need an attitude adjustment… in the form of several inches of pipe. If I had a nickel for every time someone was acting up and after a grudge f*ck session, she was happy and singing like the birds in the wind…

Melatonin is good.  Ambien is better.  Getting some is the best sleeping pill there is. If you have a bout of insomnia, then try getting it in and you can end up counting more than orgasms… you can be counting sheep as well.

Intense stimulation, such as sex, can produce chemicals that help brain cells grow.  If you suffer from C.R.S. (Can’t Remember Shit), put down the Ginko and pick up some action and your memory can improve. 

Those are just a few of the many benefits of frequent sex so the next time your partner says, “not tonight, I got a throbbing headache,” let them know you got a “throbbing cure.”

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My life is dedicated to educating and empowering others to make healthy relationship choices. I write about, and answer questions about relationships in my never-ending quest to help people stay in love long after they've fallen in love.