A Happy Sex Life  reduces your risk to Breast Cancer

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Starting from our teenage breasts takes an important part of our thoughts, some wants it to be large/small/round/flat. Even worried of why are men starring at them, or some why not. But eventually breasts are the features of our feminism, it is a part of our female identity. The biggest fear that come to your way is the Breast Cancer.

Yet fewer women get breast cancer, and very few of them die of it. But not alone breast cancer a healthy lifestyle can reduce your risk of all types of cancers. There are also new ways to improve your risk profile, including becoming aware of the geography of your breasts and tracing your dad’s family history, not just your mom’s. You won’t eliminate risk altogether; the biggest risk for breast cancer is being a woman.

The common things we know of avoiding these cancers include healthy eating, a good workout and also a regular scanning. But apart from this a recent study have proved that a good sex life can reduce the risk of breast cancer to a great level.

Hormones play a very important role in the female body, we are tend to go through many hormonal cycles through out our life cycle. Hormones are powerful chemical messengers that can affect your Immune System, your metabolism, your mood, your mental health and several other body functions. During sexual intercourse two important happy hormones Oxytocin and DHEA are in its level high.

Two of these—oxytocin and DHEA—may help keep breasts cancer free. One study showed that women who have sex more than once a month have a lower risk of developing breast cancer than those who are less sexually active. And Greek researchers found that men who had at least seven orgasms a month in their 50s had a significantly lower chance of developing male breast cancer.

According to one study, women who had sex more than once per month had a lower risk of developing Breast Cancer than those who were less sexually active. Oxytocin counteracts the effects of the stress hormone cortisol and helps calm your nerves. Improved sleep is also a side effect of oxytocin being released during orgasm. Having sexual intercourse at least once per week lessens the frequency of hot flashes in post-menopausal women.

 

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