For all you sick prudes refusing to partake in the “animalistic” or “whoreish” act, a few times in the bed could actually make you healthier… and less rigid.
According to Herbenick, sex increases levels of IgA, an antibody that helps to fight against infection, keeping frisky people better protected and healthier than those abstaining.
The orgasm has been known for its health benefits for years. Whether partaking in it solo or through someone else, it helps you achieve sounder sleep and that healthy glow we all wish we could exude all day.
MSNBC reported in “Not Just Good, But Good For You” that increased sexual activity was directly correlated with healthier individuals, according to research reported by Jennifer Bass of the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction.
It’s no secret that sex is good for you. However, the secret of morning sex is one that should now be exposed and capitalized on as we all look for someone to turn our average morning routines into not just an exciting and pleasurable activity, but a healthy one that could help us all live longer, happier and more beautiful lives.