How sex affects your brain from beating anxiety to better sleep
Plenty of research has found that a healthy sex life boosts mental well being and can even boost your immune system
IF you need a reason to have more, here it is.
Having sex is good for your brain, helping ease anxiety, putting you in touch with your emotions and even gets you off to the land of nod faster.
Plenty of research has found that a healthy sex life boosts mental well being, improves your heart function, burns calories and can even boost your immune system – think sharing germs (harmless ones) with other people.
But most of these affects are linked to how sex effects the brain.
Chemical reactions occur in the brain every time we get down and dirty, and different areas of the brain are stimulated to alter our mood, metabolism, and perception of pain.
For him… sex helps blokes get in touch with their emotions
Sex can help a man get more in touch with his emotions… yes ladies, you read that right!
A team if scientists performed brain scans of blokes in the throes of passions.
And they found sex helps stimulate blood flow in certain parts of the brain linked to processing emotions.
The team at the University Medical Center Groningen also found changes in blood flow to regions that deal with pain and the feeling of warmth.