What Men Versus Women Dream About When They Dream About Sex

sexual dreams A healthy sex life is undeniably an important part of a healthy lifestyle, and there is, in fact, research to prove it. Assuming it is done with a partner you can trust, and no sexually transmitted diseases are involved, the benefits of sexual relations include:

You both dream about sex, but you and your partner may have very different things in mind.

  • Relief from depression and stress: “The release from orgasm does much to calm people. It helps with sleep, and that is whether we talk about solo sex or sex with a partner,” says Jennifer Bass, the head of information services at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction in Bloomington, Indiana, in an MSNBC article.
  • Reduced risk of heart disease: A study by researchers at Queens University in Belfast found that men who had sex three times a week or more reduced their risk of heart attack and stroke by half.
  • Pain relief: Levels of the hormone oxytocin surge to five times their normal level right before orgasm, and this releases pain-relieving endorphins in your body.
  • A strong immune system: An antibody that boosts your immune system, immunoglobulin A, is 30 percent higher in people who have sex once or twice a week, according to researchers from Wilkes University in Pennsylvania.
  • A reduced risk of prostate cancer. A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that frequent ejaculation is linked to a lower risk of prostate cancer.

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