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“It all has to do with hormone production during intercourse, Saralyn Mark, M.
D., associate professor of medicine and OB/GYN at the Yale School of Medicine, told , which also points out that sex boosts the production of euphoric oxytocin and decreases the production of stress hormone cortisol.
In fact, according to Web MD, a 30-minute romp can burn around of 85 to 100 calories. “Also try a position where you squat on top of him and then bounce up and down.
This is a great workout for your thighs and butt, and it can burn up to 207 calories in 30 minutes.” One study found that men who had sex at least twice a week were to die from heart disease than men who had sex less often.
One study shows that sexual intercourse specifically—as opposed to masturbation or other forms of sex play—has a significant impact on lowering systolic blood pressure (the first number on your blood pressure reading, or the force with which your heart is squeezing to release blood outward).
Endocrinologists at both Columbia and Stanford found that women who have sex at least once a week have more regular menstrual cycles than those who have sex less frequently.Photo by Jesse Bogan [email protected], or Sex Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment Services, in Farmington, Mo., has been expanding since the program to commit sexually violent predators in a secure facility began in 1999.Photo by Jesse Bogan [email protected] child molester Kevin Haenchen stands near a fence at the Sexual Predator Treatment Center that separates patients from the general prison population at the Farmington Correctional Facility on July 16, 1999. Louis County, vowed to harm more kids once he was out of prison, which motivated Missouri to pass its sexually violent predator law.Photo by Andrew Cutraro Former House Speaker Steve Gaw, D-Moberly, center, sponsored legislation in 1998 to create a sexually violent predator law.He confers with Ronald Leone, left, and Senate President Pro Tem Bill Mc Kenna, D-Barnhart, about last-minute changes to some legislation on May 15, 1998, in Jefferson City, Mo.