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Ladies! 5 Surprising Health Benefits of Sex

Whether you're talking about Orgasm October, Naked November or Dick & Dildo December sex can be wonderful for your body and soul. For him and her. Health is such an essential component of a wonderful life. How can sex improve our health? In this article, we talk specifically about ways sex can be beneficial for ladies. However, sex is beneficial for both men and women! Another favorite couple, "The Love Birds" reports, Drs. Jo-Ann and Chuck Bird, offer why sex is so wonderfully healthy!

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You don’t need a couple of PhDs in Sexology to tell you that good sex between consenting adults can be fun and fulfilling. But you might not know about all the ways sex can make you healthier, as well. In fact, there are ways sex can make both woman and men more healthy. The following are for ladies. So, let’s get started. The sooner you know these secrets, the sooner you can start your workouts (maybe even tonight!).

#1 Got cramps?

Many women complain of severe menstrual cramps every month, and their usual habit is to wait until they have them and then take an over-the-counter medication to combat them. In most cases, they experience little relief. But what if we told you that what you’re doing in between periods can help prevent that severe cramping? Well, we’ve got an app for that. It’s called sex. When a woman achieves orgasm, her uterus contracts and spasms as part of the experience. That expels many cramp-causing chemicals and compounds from the uterus. If you have sex often enough, you’ll begin to see your cramps becoming less severe and more manageable.

#2 Want a shorter period?

Uterine contractions via orgasm aren’t just good for reducing cramps, but also the length of your period altogether. The contractions help rid the body of blood and tissue more quickly, helping to end your period faster.

#3 Want more regular periods? 

Endocrinologists on the research staff at Columbia and Stan­ford Universities recently performed a study that revealed women who had sex at least once per week were having more regular menstrual cycles as compared to those who had sex every so often. Establishing a once-a-week “date night” with your partner just uncovered a hidden benefit.

#4 Bladder control problems? 

Sex strengthens the pelvic floor muscles that control the flow of urine. Kegel exercises that occur naturally during sex will result in women having much better bladder control. That doesn’t mean you couldn’t do some extra Kegels in the car while you’re driving home, too. They are as good for increasing pleasure in sex as they are for enhancing your bladder control.

#5 Up your oxytocin

Sexual contact, especially when I results in orgasms, releases a hormone called oxytocin. According to Wikipedia, recent studies have begun to investigate oxytocin's role in various behaviors, including orgasm, pair bonding and maternal behaviors. For this reason, it is sometimes referred to as the "love hormone". 

This chemical found naturally in the brain during activities like hugs, sex and overall happy times. The chemical helps individuals feel closer and more intimate. This, in turn, helps solidify the bonds of romantic relationships. So, yeah. We’re saying that good sex brings people closer together. I know that’s a no-brainer, but we just thought it was cool there is a scientific basis for it.

So, don’t just have sex because it makes you feel good — have sex more because it makes you healthy.

Yours in Romance,
Drs. Chuck and JoAnn Bird

Drs. Chuck and Jo-Ann Bird and are Board Certified Clinical Sexologists and Relationship Counselors. They co-counsel couples together which offers a unique and balanced male/female perspective and a combined therapy/coaching approach to helping their clients with a variety of relationship and sexual issues/concerns. Due to our last name and work they do, they've become known as “The Love Birds”.

They have 16 + years of personal experience in a healthy, loving and successful relationship. We know how to solve problems and work through difficulties that couples may face on a daily basis. We know ways to keep relationships strong and healthy. We offer you tools and strategies that can make positive changes in your relationship. Find out more about Chuck. Alternatively, find out more about Jo-Ann. Also, follow them on Twitter and 'Like' them on Facebook.
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