What everyone ought to know about sex before engaging in any intercourse.

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According to recent research, Sex and its activities have affected the world positively and negatively.

Looking into the subject matter, a question was released, which states- How can or how has Sex affected you?

Generally, 90 percent of human on earth is born through Sex while others through artificial Means, which can be artificial insemination/science.

Now Let’s look into the positive aspects of Sex, which is widely related to health.

According to mercola.com

Regular sex cannot be underestimated as a factor for reducing stress, bolstering self-esteem and fostering feelings of intimacy and bonding between partners.

But the real point of this article is the fact that a healthy Sex life can provide for a longer, healthier and, most would agree, more enjoyable life. Among the many health benefits of sex are:

Health Benefits of Sex

Improved Immunity

People who have sex frequently (one or two times a week) have significantly higher levels of immunoglobulin A (IgA). Your IgA immune system is your body’s first line of defense.

Its job is to fight off invading organisms at their entry points, reducing or even eliminating the need for activation of your body’s immune system. This may explain why people who have sex frequently also take fewer sick days.

Heart Health

Men who made love regularly (at least twice a week) were 45 percent less likely to develop heart disease than those who did so once a month or less, according to one study.

Sexual activity not only provides many of the same benefits to your heart as exercise but also keeps levels of estrogen and testosterone in balance, which is important for heart health.

Lower Blood Pressure

Sexual activity, and specifically intercourse, is linked to better stress response and lower blood pressure.

It’s a Form of Exercise

Sex helps to boost your heart rate, burn calories and strengthen muscles, just like exercise. In fact, research recently revealed that sex burns about 4 calories a minute for men and 3 for women, making it (at times) a ‘significant’ form of exercise. It can even help you to maintain your flexibility and balance.

Pain Relief

Sexual activity releases pain-reducing hormones and has been found to help reduce or block back and leg pain, as well as pain from menstrual cramps, arthritis, and headaches. One study even found that sexual activity can lead to partial or complete relief of a headache in some migraine and cluster headache patients.

May Help Reduce Risk of Prostate Cancer

Research has shown that men who ejaculate at least 21 times a month (during sex or masturbation) have a lower risk of prostate cancer. This link needs to be explored further, however, as there may have been additional factors involved in the association.

Improve Sleep

After sex, the relaxation-inducing hormone prolactin is released, which may help you to nod off more quickly. The “love hormone” oxytocin, released during orgasm, also promotes sleep.

Stress Relief

Sex triggers your body to release its natural feel-good chemicals, helping to ease stress and boost pleasure, calm and self-esteem. Research also shows that those who have sexual intercourse responded better when subjected to stressful situations like speaking in public.

Boost Your Libido

The more often you have sex, the more likely you are to want to keep doing it. There’s a mental connection there but also a physical one, particularly for women. More frequent sex helps to increase vaginal lubrication, blood flow and elasticity, which in turn make sexual activity more enjoyable.

Improved Bladder Control in Women

Intercourse helps to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, which contract during orgasm. This can help women to improve their bladder control and avoid incontinence. You can boost this benefit even more by practicing Kegel exercises during sex (a Kegel squeeze is performed by drawing your lower pelvic muscles up and holding them up high and tight as if you’re trying to stop a flow of urine).

Increase Intimacy and Improve Your Relationship

Sex and orgasms result in increased levels of the hormone oxytocin — the “love” hormone — that helps you feel bonded to your partner, and better experience empathic connections.

We have heard the above mentioned, let’s say Sex is good to our health, but there are sometimes we have too much Sex, which can be dangerous to our health, have you heard that too much Sex kills you silently, surprised? Don’t worry, we will help you avoid them by gradually out-listing some of the health hazards. 

Our aim here is to out-list some of the health hazards of having too much Sex.

According to Foxnews.com

The disadvantages of too much Sex and un protective Sex can lead to death, Diseases, infliction, and of course A negative effect on your immune system.

Some of the health hazards of having too much Sex are listed below:

Burns arise: 

These are primarily going to affect the sexual positions you can engage in more than anything else. Just stay off of your back, knees or whatever is causing you discomfort and congratulate yourself for taking one for the team.

Strained muscle(s)

As with any other athletic, cardiovascular activity, you run the risk of pulling something. A bit of pain and slight immobility, however, should be the ultimate excuse for being (or staying) on your back. Don’t be afraid to ask your partner to take charge. After all, you should be rewarded for an effort (hopefully) well done.

Head injury 

Often the result of banging up against the headboard. Take a pain killer and remind yourself that there’s no need to pull off a porn star routine next time.

Soreness and swelling 

Feeling sore and swollen can be an unfortunate consequence for the ladies in particular. This “ouch” – often due to vaginal excoriation (or scraping of the vaginal walls) – can make any type of penetration-related sexual activity pretty much impossible. But don’t let your enthusiasm go unrecognized. This is the perfect excuse for some tender love and care.


You’re burning calories, working up a sweat and losing lots of water. So stay hydrated, especially if you’ve been drinking alcohol and want to avoid a headache.

Urinary tract infection (UTI)

Many women end up with cystitis (also called a urinary tract infection) after serious sex sessions. And they can be crippling, as in, neither of you is seeing any action for the next few days while she’s on antibiotics. To avoid a UTI, a woman should be sure to empty her bladder immediately before and after intercourse. She should also drink lots of water and cranberry juice on a regular basis.

Lower back pain 

Whether hurting from the impact or sore from delivering avid thrusts during intercourse, you may feel pain at the base of your spine. If you’re willing to attempt keeping at it like rabbits, try positions that tend to require slower movements, like side-by-side variations. Be sure to also give each other massages, enjoy a hot bath and practice Reiki, a form of energy healing, to help get you back into prime form.

Injured nerves 

While the body’s hot spots can withstand a lot, too much direct stimulation of their nerves can be a bit painful at times. Somebody near and dear to me once put herself out of commission the first night of a planned lovefest weekend. Pace yourself and listen to your body and what your lover is telling you when it comes to being direct versus indirect, or too much too soon.

Trouble finishing or reaching climax again 

I know that some men will think that this belongs in the next section, but this is a perfectly normal reaction to having lots of sex in a short time frame. A male’s semen level and sperm reserve both go down if he doesn’t give his body time to recharge. Therefore, he may not have the chi for more orgasmic bliss right away.

Decreased Vision 

People have been known to pop blood vessels in the eyes during sexual activity. These should heal and, fortunately, shouldn’t put you out of commission.

Now, for the more serious consequences of “excessive” sex in a short time span:

Heart attack 

When it comes to major negative health consequences from sex, we typically hear about this one. Yet through a heart attack can strike during a cardiovascular activity like sex, it’s actually rather uncommon. If anything, regular, good sex boosts heart health.


While men cannot “break” their members (since there is no bone in it), they can suffer from a fracture. They will usually hear a “snap” or “pop,” followed by immediate loss of erection, and swelling of the base and scrotum. They may also notice bruising and experience excruciating pain. Do not have sex until this heals.

In conclusion, too much Sex with your legitimate spouse, will do you no good, rather inflicting you with the above mentioned. Kindly avoid it in order to ensure good health, a healthy family and a blessed relationship.
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