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Monday, October 24, 2016

Regular orgasms help to lose weight

A group of researchers from York University in Canada found a rather unusual link between sex and slimming. According to experts, sexual intercourse help you lose weight not only because they represent a certain physical activity and cause a person to sweat, but because people regularly experiencing orgasm, as it turned out, less inclined to overeat.

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As reported by several media in the study, researchers took part, the volunteers, whose age ranged from 27 to 50 years. Experts have studied the genes of the participants and asked several questions regarding their psychological characteristics of participants and food preferences. Further research showed that sometimes called the “happiness hormone” oxytocin, which is released during orgasm, affects your appetite, allowing him to eat less and, consequently, not gain or even drop weight.

Sex and excess weight is one of the main topics attracting the attention of a wide audience almost every time they attract the attention of scientists. Recently, a team of researchers from the Australian research Council, found that overeating and weight gain, can contribute to the diet that the researchers identified as “Western”, which includes many sweet and fatty foods, but few fruits, vegetables and fiber-rich foods. According to experts, such a diet causes changes in the part of the brain called the hippocampus, forcing people to think about food even when he is not hungry.

Regarding studies on the sex recently about its benefits, said researchers from Taiwan — according to the data obtained by them, men who regularly come into sexual contact, are one and a half times greater chance to live to 80 years. And appeared on the information days, another group of experts found that experiencing sexual arousal, men get stupid.

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