Having sex comes with a variety of health benefits, including boosting your immune system, reducing your risk of heart attack, easing stress, and even bolstering your brain health. Now, a new study published in the journal Royal Society Open Science has revealed another perk: having more sex can also delay menopause.
Blog - Menopause
Menopause can affect women in a variety of ways. The effects of menopause can be felt suddenly or felt gradually over time. The body is going through changes, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to help your body adjust. Some changes that can occur are changes to your menstrual cycle, hot flashes, sleep, mood, sex, vaginal health, and bladder control.
TURMERIC SPICE: your menopause superfood. This bright orange spice has reached peak 'superfood' status with numerous studies showing that its active compound, curcumin, contains some powerful anti-inflammatory effects. ... This means that the liver can clear out old hormones, alleviating many menopause symptoms...
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