Sex

Scientifically speaking, sex is good for you (der!)

We could have already told you this, but it’s good to know that bumping bits is actually, scientifically, good for us.

We could have already told you this, but it’s good to know that bumping bits is actually, scientifically, good for us. According to a study at Queen’s University in Belfast, doing the horizontal tango can actually halve the risk of stroke or heart attack.
And, if that’s not enough incentive to get down and dirty asap, researchers in Israel have also found that women who orgasm at least twice a week are 30 per cent less likely to suffer from a heart attack – compared to women who didn’t come. Not only that, but researchers have discovered that the quality of your man’s sperm is directly related to the amount of times you have sex – the more sex, the better quality sperm (which is handy when you’re trying for a baby). Still want more? Apparently the endorphins released when you, er, release too can also help clear the mind and even beat depression. Serotonin and endogenous endorphin are the two chemicals which are not only responsible for your mental health, but also for your orgasm. So, what are you waiting for? It’s a scientific fact now...