Recipe for Lifelong Intimacy: 11 Ways Orgasms Are Good for Your Health! by 30Seconds Mom

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Recipe for Lifelong Intimacy: 11 Ways Orgasms Are Good for Your Health!

Dr. Barb DePree, author of “Yes You Can: Dr. Barb’s Recipe for Lifelong Intimacy,” tells us that orgasms aren’t just fun, they’re good for your health. Got your attention? Here are 11 ways orgasms are good for you!

  • Sex leads to a longer life. 
  • Sex, like all exercise, helps protect us against heart attack and possibly stroke.
  • Hormones released during sex may decrease the risk of breast cancer and prostate cancer.
  • It bolsters the immune system.
  • Sex before bed helps us get to sleep.
  • Of course, sex burns calories.
  • Sex can help relieve chronic pain, including migraines.
  • An active sex life is closely correlated with overall quality of life.
  • Good sex can protect us against depression.
  • Good sex reduces stress and increases self-esteem.
  • Sex with your significant other stimulates feelings of affection, intimacy and closeness.

Learn more about Dr. Barb DePree at MiddleSexMD.com!

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Elisa Schmitz
Oh, my! Good to know it's about more than just feeling good! ;-)
Meredith Schneider
Yes, Yes, & Yes to all of the above! Now to come up with creative ways to get that important time in with hubby over the summer. Kids tend to want to stay up later. Grrrrrrrr! Might just have to book a room downtown in Dallas LOL!
Elisa Schmitz
Seriously! Parents-only time is SO important, Meredith Schneider ! xoxo

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