Semen is 'good for women's health and helps fight depression' Range of chemicals in semen 'promote mental well-being and feelings of affection', say researchers By Eddie Wrenn Published: 12:40 GMT, 21 August 2012 | Updated: 15:53 GMT, 23 August 2012 Stimulating: Chemicals within semen can fight depression and 'increase affection' Oral sex is good for women's health and makes you feel happier, according to a study which studied the effects of semen's 'mood-altering chemicals'.
The State University of New York study - which scientists carried out via survey rather than through practical experiment - compared the sex lives of 293 females to their mental health. It follows research which shows that seminal fluid contains chemicals that elevate mood, increase affection, induce sleep and also contain at least three anti-depressants. Casual Sex Is Actually Excellent for You.
New research suggests that not all casual sex is bad.
For those legitimately interested, it can boost life satisfaction and self-esteem and lessen anxiety. A lot of psychology researchers are giant prudes. In previous studies of bedding strangers, some have suggested that pretty much all casual sex is detrimental to your psychological well-being. As a new study published in Social Psychological and Personality Science notes, they’ll rattle off negatives like “less enjoyment and nurturance than romantic sex, frequent regret, unwanted emotional attachment, substance use, and social stigma.”
There are others, too, of course: cheap wine and awkward conversation in a smelly apartment, haphazardly setting off stairwell fire exit alarms as you sneak out into the night, or a long and lonely morning walk or taxi ride of shame. Women repeatedly short-changed in case of premature ejaculation : World : Daily Zone. (Photo : Creative Common) Women repeatedly short-changed in case of premature ejaculation Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual disorders in men.
But it is not just the men who suffer; it also causes increased psychological strain and stress in women, as a new survey conducted by Andrea Burri, a clinical psychologist at the University of Zurich, reveals. Around 40 percent of over 1,500 women polled from Mexico, Italy and South Korea indicated that ejaculation control is very important for satisfactory intercourse. It is not the short duration of the act of lovemaking that is primarily regarded as the main source of sexual frustration by the majority of women, but the fact that the man is focused too strongly on delaying ejaculation.
As a result, he ignores the sexual needs of the woman and is unable to satisfy her individual desires. Men And Women Aren't That Different. We tend to think of the two sexes as a dichotomy.
The most important question asked of new parents is "Boy or girl? " But as any tomboy could tell you, that doesn't always mean much. A new review of 13 past studies that showed significant differences has found that many of those differences are far less pronounced than the earlier studies implied. The "Big Five" personality traits of psychology -- openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism -- do not categorically vary between men and women. Contrary to stereotypes, women were not found to be significantly more intimate in their relationships, and science inclination did not overwhelmingly favor men. "Sex is not nearly as confining a category as stereotypes and even some academic studies would have us believe," according to lead author Bobbi Carothers.
Competing for Mates. Libido & Desire. Social Status. Marriage. Sex Statistics - How We Do It. Sex in a teenager’s room: Evidence suggests it's good for kids and parents. Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images Is it an absolute given that parents of teenagers should object to their children's sex lives?
In American culture, the answer is largely assumed to be that it is. The range of acceptable responses from parents to the news that their high-school-age children are sexually active is to rage angrily and forbid it or, at best, reluctantly provide contraception while emphasizing that you wish they wouldn't have sex. But what would happen if parents embraced another possibility and actually accepted their teenagers' sex lives, even going so far as to allow teenagers to have their boyfriend or girlfriend sleep over? After all, sleepovers will begin pretty much the second they walk out your door, so what's the harm in letting it start a little earlier?
These are the questions that Henry Alford addressed in the New York Times late last week, in a piece about how a handful of American parents are experimenting with giving respect to teenage relationships. Have More Sex, Make More Money: Study. (Photo : REUTERS) Increasing number of Japanese youngsters are losing interest in sex.
Another reason to get between the sheets with your partner - it pays you more! A new research by Institute for the Study of Labor, Germany, says having more sex gets you higher salary. The study stated that people who indulge in sexual activities at least four times a week earn nearly five percent more than their colleagues who do not have an active sexual life. The researchers studied the results of a survey of 7, 500 Greeks aged between 26 and 50. Like Us on Facebook Lead researcher Nick Drydakis of Angila Ruskin University in Cambridge and colleagues asked the participants how many times they had sex every week, about their employment status, the money they made and number of hours they worked.