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Scientists theorized that nerve endings in "happy" group were releasing neurotransmitters. These are chemicals, like adrenalin and acetylcholine, that facilitate transmission of nerve messages.
Scientists concluded that these neurotransmitters could attract, feed, and strengthen various immune-system cells. During sex, heart beats twice as fast, pumping blood to pelvis, breasts, nipples, and surface of skin, helping get rid of toxins and bringing in nutrients.
We also breath twice as fast, bringing in more oxygen. Muscles are tensed and relaxed, alternatively. Of course, not much good is realized by those who rush through lovemaking in ten minutes or less.
But for those who spend a leisurely hour or two, benefits can be considerable.
You, and you alone can determine success or failure of your sex and love life; your physical, mental and spiritual health; and almost every other aspect of your life.
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