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Health Benefits Of Having Good Times With Your Spouse

There are several benefits to having good times with your spouse. It helps to activate a variety of neurotransmitters that impacts not only our brains but several other organs in our bodies, improving our health.

Here are the benefits of feelings close to your partner and enjoying good times.

1. Makes you look younger:

Has anti aging effects because it pumps higher levels of oxygen around the body, increasing the flow of blood and nutrients to the skin, and pushes newer, fresher skin cells to the surface, making skin look healthier and younger

2. Boost self-esteem

Those who have regularly good times felt more confident about their bodies because in the process you appreciate each other, boosting ones self-esteem.

3. Better immune system.

It raises the body's ability to produce antibodies, hence boosting immunity. Couple who frequently have good times have fewer chances of having colds, flu, or visiting hospital because of sickness.

4. Better heart health by lower risk for heart disease.

Those who have good times regular, have lower risks of heart diseases because it helps blood to circulate properly, reducing risk of heart diseases.

5. Increases intimacy and closeness to your partner.

Good times make the body release more pheromones, chemicals that enhance your appeal to the opposite gender.

This is why the more good times you have with your partner, the stronger your bond becomes, and you want to do it again and again.

6 Boost fertility.

Having frequent times increases fertility because it makes male gametes active, and also it helps to balance a woman’s hormones and regulate her periods, which can further boost chances of conception.

7 Cures headaches and reduce pain

Good times with your partner causes production of oxytocin hormones in large amounts plus other feel-good endorphins, which can ease pain.

Some people have reported that their pain from both headaches and arthritis improved after having good time with their partner.

8 Strengthen your bones

Having regular good times boost oestrogen levels in post-menopausal women, it can offer some protection against the bone-thinning condition osteoporosis that is triggered by lack of oestrogen.

In men, it increases testosterone levels, which can provide some protection against male Osteoporosis

9. Reduces risk of prostate cancer.

Regular good times clears the prostate of toxins that could otherwise linger and trigger cancerous changes. Reduces risk of having prostate cancer in men,, especially in their 50s

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