Finally, some good news. A study at Oregon state university showed that sex makes work better, and so is performance for men and women. Among the 159 married employees who filled out the survey, those who had sex reported feeling better the next day, and the effect seemed to last at least 24 hours. Moreover, to figure out, better emotions lead to more work report participation and satisfaction. (the cause of the rise in sentiment is yet to be determined, it’s just correlation.)
The study authors, Keith levitt (Keith Leavitt) in a press release said: “for a more conscious effort to maintain a healthy sex life should be considered as the problem of human sustainability and therefore has potential career advantages.
“A more conscious and healthy sex life should be considered a human sustainability issue.”
While sex can be beneficial, this is shocking, but the idea of defining sexual behavior as a regular practice is definitely a new trend, as is the general mindfulness. After all, sex is the brain chemical that releases good brain chemicals that make everyday life more pleasurable: dopamine and oxytocin. You can’t overdo it, so why not let them circulate?
Here’s more evidence that active sex should actually be a healthy priority, just in case you need one.
Healthy life
A recent study found that women who reported having sex during a week’s trial had longer telomeres. Yes, telomeres, the protective caps on the ends of chromosomes, are shortened by age and external pressure, making it a fairly good indicator of health and even premature death. The study is not enough to delay the process of aging. But again, it doesn’t contradict that.

Healthy marriage
A new study published in the journal psychological science found that newlyweds report “sexual afterglow”, or sexual relationships and sexual satisfaction, regardless of how long it takes to report sex after sex. The people who were the most luminous were satisfied from the start, with four months and six months, leading researchers to believe that sex enhanced the “pairing” between couples.
A healthy heart
Although recent research has found that regular behavior lead to a heart attack aged 57 men, have a higher risk of heart failure or stroke, but not the number of older men, young men cardiovascular health still benefit from sexual activity. Men who reported having sex at least twice a week were 45 per cent less likely to have cardiovascular disease than men who had sex once a month or less, according to a 2010 study.
A healthy prostate
In a large study of 32,000 people over 18 years, the researchers found that frequent ejaculation was associated with lower levels of prostate cancer. For example, men in their 40s who ejaculate at least 21 times a month are 22 percent less likely to have prostate cancer than those who shoot only four or seven times a month. (ejaculation doesn’t necessarily mean sex, but it’s close enough.)
A healthy immune system
Weekly sexual activity is associated with higher levels of immunoglobulin A in saliva, which helps the body fight off the cold virus – even if it is more sexually active, it seems that the risk of spreading seasonal bugs is greater.
A healthy dose of vanity
In a 10-year study, a group of judges were asked to guess the age of a group of 3,500 men and women, who were estimated to be between seven and 12 years younger than their actual age. These “super” participants reported more positive lives than other age groups, averaging more than once a week, on average, compared with the control group.
A healthy brain
A study of young women ages 18 to 29 found that those who had more frequent inserts were better at remembering words than those who recorded sex. Because sex stimulates the growth of new brain cells in the hippocampus, which is used to stimulate memory, sexual intercourse gives short memories, the study authors suggest.
A healthy outlook
Regular sexual activity is usually associated with lower stress levels, which are associated with higher levels of oxytocin. As the most recent study reported, it’s back to job satisfaction: in 2014, americans said work stress was putting the second most stressful life in life. In addition, the above all of these benefits can help people live longer – and you don’t know, is closely related to life, this let everybody have more time to finish the work, to participate in the complete process. The full cycle.


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