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Feb
12

2018
The 9 reasons having sex is good for you, according to science

Science reveals nine ways having sex benefits your health. According to California-based obstetrician-gynaecologist Dr Sherry Ross, few things in life are better for people’s hearts, bodies and souls than getting intimate between the sheets. From burning calories to boosting the immune system and even fighting the signs of ageing, numerous studies reveal regular love making seriously boosts people’s wellbeing. Sex is even a natural painkiller and could help combat insomnia, Dr Ross adds. Below, Dr Ross outlines the nine ways, proven by science, being active between the sheets boosts people’s health and wellbeing. According to California-based obstetrician-gynaecologist Dr Sherry Ross, few things in life are better for people’s hearts, bodies and souls than getting intimate between the sheets Burns calories Researchers from the University of Quebec at Montreal analysed 21 heterosexual couples with an average age of 22. Results revealed women burn, on average, 69.1 calories when they have sex…

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May
15

2013
The Best Sex I Ever Had

I was contacted by Cleo Magazine recently and asked to do something I had never done before, write a short piece about the best sex I ever had.   Now I do tend to sometimes draw from personal experience when it comes to giving advice, but I’m always careful as to how much personal detail I include.  There is a thought amongst some of my mentors that as Sexologists, it’s it not our job to let you know what happens in our own lives, but give you the information and data needed. I do disagree with this and believe it’s important for us to show you we are  people too, so maybe it was about time for me to take it a step further in print.  But I did hesitate for a moment.   Once I got over the hurdle of expressing my personal sex life in a national magazine,…

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