Sure, sex is a taboo topic. But why? Not only is it a natural process, but it actually has some amazing benefits. As long as you're safe and have a willing partner, then you should enjoy as much sex as you want, and for more reasons than just how it feels!

To Live Longer
To Live Longer
Bouts of physical activity help build stronger hearts and muscles. Sex also elevates your heart rate and endorphins. Endorphins make you happier and happiness correlates with a longer life.
To Sleep Better
To Sleep Better
All that physical exertion tires you out just like it would after a workout. The increase in your heart rate turns into post sex relaxation. Sex is a great way to get those Z's that have been avoiding you.
Manage Your Stress
Manage Your Stress
The best thing more sex can do for you is help to manage or even elevate your stress. The flood of positive hormones is a great way to feel better. Sex also produces dopamine, a substance that fights stress hormones. It is science, people.
Regulate Your Cycle
Regulate Your Cycle
Ladies, sex can help regulate your menstrual cycle. Sex relieves stress and levels out your hormones which in turn can help regulate your visits from Aunt Flo.
Protect Your Prostate
Protect Your Prostate
Regular sex also leads to prostate protection. Most of the fluid ejaculated is from the prostate gland. If men stop ejaculating, the fluid stays in the gland, which then tends to swell, causing all kinds of problems.
To Get Closer
To Get Closer
Lots of sex also builds trust and intimacy between partners. Having sex spikes the hormone oxytocin. The hormone oxytocin helps build a strong connection and trust which in turn brings couples together.
Build Your Immunity
Build Your Immunity
Having an active sex life can also build your immunity up. Immunoglobulin A, an antigen that fights the flu increases when the frequency of sex increases. Sex is an an amazing avenue for relieving all sorts of physical aliments.
Alleviate Pain
Alleviate Pain
Sex reduces pain. Or, at least makes you feel pleasure which counters minor pain of things like a headache. Ladies, you are going to have to get another excuse! Sex alleviates headaches so we need to figure out another line.
It's Exercise!
It's Exercise!
Forget the gym; sex is a great way to exercise! The more frequent, the better the outcome. Build stronger muscles, elevate your heart rate, heavy breathing; all due to the exertion of energy. (Okay, but actually still go to the gym too.)
Keep Your Heart Healthy
Keep Your Heart Healthy
Frequent sex leads to a healthy heart. Scientists with New England Research Institute examined the effect of sex on the heart, but only in men. The study found that men are 45 percent less likely to experience cardiovascular diseases if they have an active sex life.
Look Younger
Look Younger
Having sex 3 times a week makes you look up to 10 years younger! If that is not a great reason to have more sex than I do not know what is.
Bladder Control
Bladder Control
Frequent sex also leads to stronger pelvic muscles. The frequent use of these muscles can lead to stronger bladder control and better bowel function. Having an active sex life can also strengthen other muscles like your abs and quads.
Lower Blood Pressure
Lower Blood Pressure
Having more sex could reduce your high blood pressure. Sex reduces diastolic blood pressure. Also, as stated above it reduces stress. Both make for a healthier heart and that means lower blood pressure. Sex saves lives, people.
Prevent Cancer
Prevent Cancer
More sex also reduces your chance at getting cancer if you are a man. Frequent ejaculation reduces the risk for developing prostate cancer. Have more sex and save a life.

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