Your Health and Your Sex – Part 6

Does having sex help fight breast cancer? To reduce the likelihood of osteoporosis, what should you add to your calcium? Read on in Your Health and Your Sex, Part 6 to find the answer to these questions and find out more awesome information that will encourage you in your marriage. (You can read previous posts in this series. Part 1. Part 2. Part 3. Part 4. Part 5.)

1) Walking, jogging, Zumba, treadmill, swimming, etc. = better sex! Most people know that they need to exercise more, but few actually make it a high priority. That decision, though, has some implications for knock-your-socks-off horizontal aerobics. According to a study from the University of Arkansas Program of Health Sciences, your fitness routines increase sexual drive, sexual activity, and sexual satisfaction. Get up out of the recliner and off of the couch and get moving. As your physical fitness increases, your sex life will enjoy the results. Follow THIS LINK to a  great resource of specific exercises that will boost your sex life.

2) Breast cancer is one of the most dreaded health crisis a woman can face. Some well-known women have actually had prophylactic mastectomies just because they had an increased risk due to their ID-10085906_EDITgenetics. A little-known (or at least not widely publicized) scientific study was published in Oncology in 1978 that showed one method of breast cancer reduction that would result in a lowering of the likelihood of breast cancer of “not less than 50% in married women in the population.” This preventative method is the one that God created from the beginning – repeated vaginal exposure to semen in early reproductive years. In other words, marry a bit younger and don’t use condoms or other barrier methods of birth-control that block the semen from being absorbed into the wife’s vagina.

3) One of the health concerns that people have as they age is deterioration of their bone density – osteoporosis. There are many ways to avoid this dangerous condition, including adequate calcium, vitamin D, and exercise. According to a study published in Joint, Bone, Spine out of France, oxytocin is one of the keys to keeping bones strong as one ages. The more oxytocin in the bloodstream the better. The great news is that it is easy to get more of this wonder chemical flowing through your veins. Hugging, holding hands, cuddling, smiling at each other, looking into each others eyes, massage, and more, all increase oxytocin. The highest levels, though, are after sexual intercourse/orgasm. Make sure you get plenty of calcium, but add regular doses of sex as well.

4) A major part of overall health – and thus with an impact on the quality of your sex life – is what you eat. Numerous studies have shown that Americans especially are not making the best choices when it comes to our menus. What impact does our diet have in regards to our sex lives? According to an article at sheknows.com, a plant-strong diet is a great enhancement. It helps clear your arteries so your blood flows freely – something vital to the best sexual pleasure. Increasing plant-based foods in your diet also helps with weight-loss and control. There is much evidence that obesity has a very detrimental effect on quality of sex. There is even evidence that a plant-strong diet improves body odor and what spouse does not appreciate that during times of intimacy. Check out this link for ways to add more fruits and veggies into your diet.