One of the great pleasures in life is having sex – especially if it’s good sex. Little Hussy has provided this great guide to explain the health benefits of sexual activity, and how it positively effects our bodies.

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The Affects Sexual Deprivation Has On Our Bodies & Minds

  • Weaker immune system
  • Increased risk of breast cancer in females
  • Lower mortality rate in males
  • Less attractive
  • Increased risk of heart disease in males

Yikes. As if we need any more reasons to get more action between the sheets.

While sexual deprivation can be extremely frustrating, I can think of one big positive: it can lead to major self-improvement. Many men and women who experience sex droughts are forced to look within themselves and ask: why am I not getting any? That question typically spurs them towards self-improvement to try to get more sex. Many people have lost weight, gotten in shape, and worked on their personality in response to a lack of sex. They made themselves better and more attractive so they could have more success in dating and getting into a sexual relationship. The urge to have sex was so strong that it motivated them to make major life changes they might otherwise never have made.

Jonathan Bennett, thepopularman.com

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Suprising Sex Facts

  • Sex burns 5 calories per minute
  • Having sex weekly lessens menopausal hot flushes
  • Prostate cancer chances are lessened the more men ejaculate
  • Sex strengthens your pelvic floor, meaning less chances of erectile dysfunction
  • Sex contributes to a higher immune system
  • Heart disease chances are lessened the more sex you have
  • Migraine pain is lessened with frequent sexual activity

Basically, having sex on the regular is a great thing! Get sex tonight.

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