There seems to be a consensus on not needing a reason to have sex. Most are happy with the remote possibility or a simple grazing of the genital area to get the party started. No real reason is needed. But, nevertheless, someone has took the time to form a list of reasons and they’re pretty good! Who would’ve guessed that you could avoid the risks of cancer and heart disease with a little slap and tickle?
Well, licensed sex therapist and sexuality educator Sandra L. Caron, PhD, professor of family relations and human sexuality at the University of Maine’s College of Education and Human Development in Orono, has given seven very good reasons why everyone should be “enjoying themselves” regularly.
The other reasons she gives include pain relief. The mere look at your partner or significant other has been proven to reduce pain. The study states, “When anesthesiologists showed people taking part in a study photos of their romantic partners or photos of attractive strangers, or asked them to engage in a word game, they found that looking at romantic partners significantly dulled the experience of pain.”
The only reason that doesn’t really need a place on the list is that it will put you in a better mood, thus, relieve stress. Read more here, you will appreciate all that Caron is trying to offer. Matter of fact, use the list during your next proposition.