Research shows just why women should start swallowing lol!!! Men around the world will be pleased to know!!!! Sperm has lots of health benefits saves women going to buy vitamins haha!!! Read on to find out more.
Also has your sex drive gone down? There are so many everyday things that could be having a big impact! Want to find out more then carry on reading.
You might want to swallow after reading this.
A study published showed that during sex, when women are sexually aroused, their disgust tolerance increases not just regarding oral sex, but across the board.
The alleged benefits of semen are activated when a man deposits semen into a woman’s vagina. Newer research suggests that the same benefits may be available if semen is swallowed.
So here are the top 8 benefits –
1. Natural anti-depressant.
2. Natural anxiety reducer.
3. Improves quality of sleep.
4. Increases energy.
5. Improves concentration.
6. Improves memory.
7. Improves mental alertness.
8. Reduces pain.
Impressed? You should be! Nature knows what she is doing! Some of the helpful chemicals in seminal plasma include testosterone, estrogen, prolactin, opiod peptides, oxytocin, serotonin, melatonin, and norepineprine. Just think, you can get a dose of all that without having to go to the vitamin store!
Women can reap all of the above health benefits, it often enables them to be more receptive to sex. Women now may be willing to “swallow” if they think it might help them sleep or reduce their pain.
Top Libido Killers
If you’re in the mood for sex about as often as you’re in the mood to do the washing, it might be time to take note of that dwindling desire. From pills that paralyze sex drive to regular habits that turn you off, there are multiple libido killers hidden among the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Hormones like serotonin, epinephrine and dopamine are all involved in sex drive and sexual function. Antidepressants and other psychiatric medications tend to flatten those out those, which can often lead to lower arousal. Bonus tip: 20-minute bursts of intense exercise helped boost arousal who’d experienced an antidepressant-related dip in desire.
Too tired for sex? It’s not an excuse, but rather very possible. Most women wait until the end of the day to have sex, and then wonder why they can’t get aroused. You need to choose a time of day to have sex when you’re at an energy peak, not when you’re feeling the most stressed and exhausted. If you’re dead at day’s end, then try switching from an evening routine to a time when you feel well-rested whether that’s just after you wake on a weekday morning, or after a nap on a weekend afternoon. Another tip? If you want to get busy later, opt for a lighter dinner of lean protein and greens before hitting the bedroom; a carbohydrate-rich meal will cause a tryptophan rush in the brain, which will make you even sleepier in the evening hours.
For women, weight fluctuates constantly whether it’s a few extra pounds of water weight during PMS, a major weight change like pregnancy, or even a 5- or 10-pound jump after your two-week vacay. Regardless of the source, weight can be a major psychological roadblock preventing women from enjoying sex. Some have a harder time than others, but weight is one of the biggest factors in how women view themselves and how attractive they feel. Feeling strong and in shape should help counteract libido issues, boost endorphins and energy, and help you feel better about your figure. So, get back on the exercise bandwagon as fast as possible.
Sex is as psychological as it is physical, so you might experience a libido tank with any disconnect between you and your partner. Relationship issues, by far, lead to the most problems with sex drive and desire. It’s not hard to see why as passion is replaced by stressors and spats with your partner, and you fall into a “same old, same old” routine, sex becomes a chore. Over time, without making changes to keep it exciting, sex isn’t fun anymore. They don’t get turned on, can’t enjoy it, and desire really declines. Talking to a counselor can often help you with the skills you need to address issues about sex with your partner.
While the pill is great for preventing pregnancy, it might also prevent you from enjoying sex. What’s up? Well, it all stems back to testosterone, the hormone that powers libido and the reason men are generally considered the friskier sex. Since testosterone spikes during ovulation and you’re not ovulating each month when on hormonal birth control you might see a drop off in your sex drive.