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Here Is What Sex Do To Your Body That You Should Know

Intercourse between two consenting adults of opposite sexes is a close relationship. Several possible benefits of close relationships are overlooked because of this. Intimacy may seem to only benefit reproduction and pleasure, but experts have found many other benefits to be gained from it as well.

In this article, we will examine two processes that take place in our bodies after partaking in the act, both of which are cited in the aforementioned "Mayoclinic" article.

Reduces the potential for developing prostate cancer.

Prostate cancer is a dangerous and persistent disease that affects a large number of men. The prostate is a part of the male reproductive system. But, medical experts have shown that a high frequency of discharge is related with a reduced risk of prostate cancer. A study of almost 30,000 men found that those who were released from the hospital more than 21 times per month had a lower risk of developing prostate cancer than those who were released from the hospital just 4-7 times per month.

2. Bringing down blood pressure.

Excessive blood pressure is a common medical issue that affects a large percentage of the population nowadays. Many factors make the elderly more vulnerable to this illness than the young. Yet, research has shown that sexually-satisfied older women are less likely to develop hypertension.

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