The happier the person with his sex life, the more he valued it, and the higher the intelligence when he reaches between 60 and 70 years old.
I don’t know if you’ve read the classic “[easyazon_link identifier=”193943825X” locale=”US” tag=”maleenhancerx-20″]Think and Grow Rich[/easyazon_link]” by Napoleon Hill as in that book, I’ve read for the first time back in 2006 that sex is a therapeutic maintenance.
Since that time, I’ve been conscious on noticing the feelings after having sex. Indeed, it really feels great. Of course, it’s tiring after you unload, but once recovered, it does feel good.
Also, I don’t know if any of you who is reading this noticed that after having sex specially in the morning, the rest of the day seems easy. If you haven’t tried it, well, no one’s holding you back from trying it.
Just make sure you have that kind of sex that is enjoyable for both you and your partner. Don’t have sex with your partner if she is not in the mood because I find it more effective if both of you enjoy the activity.
Again, for those who haven’t tried it, skepticism might prevail in their mind, and that’s fine. All you have to do is try, and if it doesn’t work, stop doing it. It’s that simple.
Sure, while it may get one to achieve something good in terms of cognitive function, it won’t help one achieve a Ph.D. but the benefit of triggering the brain to work better and smarter is clear.
Additional Related Studies
- Secular trends in self reported sexual activity and satisfaction in Swedish 70 year olds
- Association of Depression with Sexual and Daily Activities
- Sexual Health and Function in Later Life
Back in 2013, DailyMail reported one study from Italy that having sex regularly could boost brain power. These studies might not present an actual fact for everyone, but these findings are really possible and achievable specially if you practice it before senior age.
Active Sex Life During Senior Years
It is very common for many couples these days to have reduced sexual activity for some reasons including low testosterone, high blood pressure, diabetes, and among many others that can result to erectile dysfunction, or other conditions that may develop like Peyronies disease that cause pain during sexual intercourse.
At younger age say around 30’s or 40’s, it is vital to maintaining a healthy sex life by practicing and living a healthy lifestyle.
Additionally, researchers who conducted the study found the subjects to have better memory, higher intelligence, better processing speed and cognitive functions.