Frequent Sex Linked With Better Verbal Memory in Women

If women need another reason to have more frequent sex, a recent study from McGill University in Canada may have it: Sex may strengthen a woman’s hippocampus, the region of her brain associated with memory, so more frequent sex may give women better memory. Although the findings are controversial, they do offer at least a scientific motivation to have even more fun under the sheets. The study revealed that women who have more penis in vagina intercourse (PVI) remembered more words when given a verbal recognition test, although sexual activity did nothing to help…

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Brain on Sex

How the Brain Functions During an Orgasm Men and women’s brains are not all that different when they have an orgasm, as they feel like they’re losing control, but how exactly does the brain function in each sex? The moment your clothes come off, and you’re in bed with your partner turning up the heat in between the sheets, your heart is racing, blood is pumping, and muscles are tensing up. As you and your partner strive to reach the big “O” – an orgasm – your body is filled with the…

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Why Sex Feels Good

Why Sex Feels Good: Neuroscientist Finds Orgasms Enhance Brain Activity, Leading to Altered State of Consciousness The slightest touch from our partner can send shivers down our spine and travel through the most erogenous zones of the human body. Repeated stimulation can make our toes curl, our breath short, and our body move rhythmically to this touch. Before we know it, we’ve entered a trance-like state, and orgasm. Researchers at Northwestern University suggest orgasms feel so good because sexual stimulation sends the brain into an altered state of consciousness; it blocks…

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Benefits of Love and Sex

Besides a heart full of love and a big smile, romance can bring some positive health benefits. Some scientific studies suggest that a loving relationship, physical touch and sex can bring health benefits such as lower blood pressure. Of course, no relationship can guarantee health and happiness, but cupid’s arrow can send you some health boosts. Sex is good for your heart Want to get healthy and have fun at the same time? Anything that exercises your heart is good for you, including sex. Sexual arousal sends the heart rate…

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Female Condoms

A woman can get pregnant if a man’s sperm reaches one of her eggs (ova). Contraception tries to stop this happening by keeping the egg and sperm apart or by stopping egg production. One method of contraception is the female condom. Female condoms are made from thin, soft plastic called polyurethane (some male condoms are made from this too). Female condoms are worn inside the vagina to prevent semen getting to the womb. When used correctly during vaginal sex, they help to protect against pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).…

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Tips To Use Condoms

Here Are Some Of The Key Things You Need To Know About Condoms. Only Use Condoms With A BSI Kite Mark Or CE Mark Always choose condoms that carry the BSI kite mark or European CE mark, as they are recognized safety standards. Don’t use novelty condoms, unless they carry the BSI kite mark or CE mark. Condom Before Contact Always put on the condom before there’s any contact between the penis and the vagina, mouth or anus. New Sex, New Condom Use a new condom every time you have…

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