Some Big O FactsIn a 2001 study from the Queen's University in Belfast, Ireland, men who had sex to the point of ****** three times a week cut their risk of heart attack or stroke in half.
Research suggests that ******* can lower the rate of prostate cancer and reduce the risk of certain sex-organ-related diseases.
The main difference in how men and women ****** is that men reach a point where they can't hold back from an ******. On the other hand, women can lose an ****** even as it's happening.
All kinds of age-defying events happen as three hormones (beta endorphin, prolactin and oxytocin) spill out of the brain during ****** to promote happiness, diminish pain and increase relaxation.
Scientists have found that the chemicals and pheromones in male sweat increase sexual desire in women.
A long-term study of 3,500 people in Scotland found that regular sex may shave roughly 4 to 7 years off your physical appearance. In addition to greater confidence and self-esteem, sex increases the body's production of human growth hormone, which improves muscle tone.
For men and women, morning seems to be the best time for ******. Testosterone levels are higher, blood flow is greater and you have more energy.
Too much stress saps away a person's libido by affecting hormones and mood, and by interfering with the quality time that helps a couple.
The majority of women have an ****** more easily with direct stimulation to the clitoris.
During ******, the muscles in a woman's pelvis, anus, uterus and vagina contract, causing a throbbing feeling. Muscles throughout the rest of the body, often in the face, legs and back, also begin to contract.