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Your Sexual Health Matters

It’s important to have a healthy sex life. Your sex life can influence your heart health, energy levels, your ability to sleep soundly, and many other areas of your life. Even the World Health Organization states that sexual health is fundamental for health and well-being.

At Holistic OB/GYN & Midwifery in Passaic Park, New Jersey, we know that sexual health is a private matter. We understand the need for confidentiality when dealing with such concerns. We can discuss any sexual health problems you may be dealing with, and we can create an individualized treatment plan to help.

Benefits of a healthy sex life

Sex is a pleasurable part of an intimate relationship. The American Sexual Health Association states that sexual relationships are crucial even for seniors, because intimacy can result in a higher quality of life and an increase in longevity.

Sex can make you feel connected to your partner, and it can offer lots of surprising benefits, such as:

Pain relief

Sex can provide pain relief. This is because your body releases endorphins during touch and sex. Endorphins are powerful, natural pain killers.

Cardiovascular fitness

There are many physical benefits to having a healthy and robust sex life. In fact, it’s excellent exercise and good for heart health. A vigorous romp can burn calories, strengthen your muscles, reduce your risk of stroke and hypertension, and increase your libido. Additionally, people with active sex lives tend to keep healthy dietary habits, which can improve your overall health.

Energy boost

A healthy sex life can improve sleep, which can give you more energy throughout the day. Your body releases oxytocin and endorphins during sexual climax. These two hormones have a sedative effect, which can help you sleep soundly. A healthy sleep schedule has its own benefits as well. It can enable you to live longer, boost your immune system, and help you feel more rested the next day.

Learn more about a healthy sex life

If you weren’t aware of the health benefits of having a healthy sex life, you need to learn more about it. Here at Holistic OB/GYN & Midwifery, we can tell you everything to know about the benefits.

Furthermore, we can tell you about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), the types of contraception available, and other important matters regarding your sexual health. Furthermore, if you have sexual health problems, we can help with that, too. We can discuss your issues, give you a thorough exam, and put you on the path to health.

To learn more about the benefits of a healthy sex life or to get help with sexual health problems, book an appointment online or over the phone with Holistic OB/GYN & Midwifery today.

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