Sexual Taboos and the Benefits of a Harmonious Sex Life

Sexual taboos:
In sex, when the man nears ejaculation and suddenly stops, the purpose is to prevent ejaculation of fluids. Such interruption happens for different reasons. Some people think that resisting ejaculation helps prolong life; other couples do it because they do not take contraceptive measures, and some young unmarried cohabiting couples fear ejaculation will result in pregnancy. Then there are some people who want to extend intercourse time. They interrupt intercourse for some time and wait for feelings to subside before a “comeback”, hoping this method will let both parties experience sexual gratification.

From a physiological point of view, the whole reproductive system and pelvic congestion cannot quickly dissipate when intercourse is interrupted. The cerebral cortex and spinal cord is in a state of tension for a long time and cannot be calm, seminal vesicles and other accessory glands are not emptied. Also, people who are still in an excited state cannot get a good rest. Psychologically, sexual desires cannot be met. In addition, when ejaculation is prevented, some semen may exit from the urethra without the parties’ awareness, which affects the possibility of future pregnancy.

Where the woman is concerned, interruption makes it difficult to have good sex, thus they may assume that their partner is selfish, and go on to have a boring sex life. Moreover, regularly interrupted intercourse can lead to pelvic congestion and chronic lower back pain, backache, abdominal pain, poor sleep and other phenomenon.

For men, there are even more hazards:
Induced abnormalities. If you frequently suppress ejaculation, it affects function, which can result in delayed ejaculation, an inability to ejaculate, or other anomalies.

Induced impotence. A sudden interruption only terminates sexual activity, but the central nervous activity and sexual organs are still in an excited state of congestion, and cannot quickly relax. Of course, sexual excitement will gradually subside, but not as quickly as if after ejaculation, which increases the burden on the nervous system and organs. Over time, it is easy to induce the occurrence of impotence.

Benefits of a harmonious sexual life:
Sex is equivalent to jogging. Sex three times a week for a year, is the equivalent of jogging 75 km. A regular sex life can promote metabolism, which is why some say sex is bed exercise. During sex, breathing is unknowingly deepened, thereby increasing the amount of intracellular oxygen, and promoting the in vivo function of various organs and tissues.

Sex also increases hormone secretion. Men secrete hormones every day, but men also need to frequently replace these androgens to maintain their male characteristics. During sex, especially in orgasm and the period before ejaculation, the body’s natural release of the hormone can be 3-5 times higher than usual. So in the West, many men do not take drugs to supplement the hormones, hoping the body can naturally release it. In women, estrogen can make women maintain good blood circulation. Women with a regular sex life have much higher estrogen levels.

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