Love is a wonderful thing, but sex is no joke either. And there are those who have started to evaluate its effects, especially physical but not limited to, starting even with the calories they consume, such as simple gymnastic exercise: 85 calories on average. If you want to make a precise calculation based on your duration in intercourse, here is the unit of measurement: 3.6 calories per minute.
Sex, therefore, is good for you. Provided it is protected against sexually transmitted diseases, it would seem, based on many and varied researches, that sexual activity is beneficial for the body as well as for the psyche. The Medical News Today magazine has grouped the top 10 areas in which making love contributes most to improving health, recalling the scientific research that supports them.
Physical activity that stimulates the heart is good for health and sex must also be included in this context. Sexual arousal increases the heart rate, which reaches its maximum beats with orgasm. Men who have regular sex lives have a 45 percent lower chance of having heart disease. This results in a study published in the American Journal of Cardiology. For its part, the American Heart Association reassures those with heart problems: love each other quietly because heart attacks or severe pain in the chest caused by the heart rarely occur during sexual intercourse, especially if the disorder has now stabilized. The heart’s response to sex is comparable to a moderate effort in everyday life, such as climbing two flights of stairs, certifies another study published in the European Heart Journal.