1) Orgasms Feel good
2) Powerful Pain Killer
Some evidence suggests sex can be rejuvenating to the point of helping wounds to heal faster.
An orgasm is a powerful pain-killer. Oxytocin, a natural chemical in the body that surges before and during climax, gets some of the credit, along with a couple of other compounds like endorphins.
3) Enjoyable, Anti-Aging Exercise
Sex is a form of exercise, after all, and like all exercise, it burns calories and can help battle the onslaught of the years. Sex strengthen our muscles, and it’s clearly a lot more fun than running for miles. Can sex really make you live longer? Maybe. In a study of British men done by Dr. Jennifer Bass, researchers found a 50 percent reduction in overall mortality in the group of men who said they had the most orgasms. The response: the more orgasms, the better.
4) Beauty Benefits
Sex can be a beauty treatment. While having sex, a woman’s body doubles the estrogen level, and this makes her hair shine and the skin becomes softer.
5) Curbs Junk Food Cravings – Orgasms calm your cravings for junk food. Sexual stimulation activates the production of phenetylamine, a kind of natural amphetamine that regulates your appetite. So before you pig out, maybe you should go to your room.
6) A Natural Relaxer
Orgasms act as a natural tranquilizer. The release of endorphins is very calming.
It helps with sleep, and that is whether we talk about solo sex or sex with a partner.
(I think a natural relaxer and a natural anti-depressant can go under one umbrella. I think if you want, you could say something here about it being an anti-depressant too.) A recent study of college students at the State University of New York in Albany suggests that semen acts as an antidepressant. Females in the study who were having sex without condoms had fewer signs of depression than women who used condoms or abstained from sex. Seman gives a shot of zinc, calcium, potassium, fructose, and other various proteins — a veritable cornucopia of vitality!
7) Maintain a Healthy Prostate
Journal of the American Medical Association has reported that “high ejaculation frequency was related to decreased risk of total prostate cancer.” The study found out that men who ejaculated 13 to 20 times monthly presented a 14% lower risk of prostate cancer than men who ejaculated on average, between 4 and 7 times monthly for most of their adult life. Those ejaculating over 21 times a month presented a 33% decreased risk of developing prostate cancer than the baseline group.