Semen Has Great Benefits On Females Health
Oral sex is highly enjoyable for both men and women. Recently, though it was discovered that if a female swallows the semen while performing oral sex, it is highly beneficial for HER.
Yup, that’s right…for Her. The effects of semen are greater than previously thought.
The study was done by survey, asking for details on 293 females sex life activities.
Evidently the research shows that seminal fluid contains chemicals which elevate mood, increase affection, induce sleep and also contain at least 3 anti-depressants. That’s actually quite impressive. Go tell your lady ASAP. Make sure you tell her it’s to keep her happy.
Get this. The study also showed that females who regularly had unprotected sex are less depressed and perform better cognitively. That’s not to say that i’m promoting unprotected sex. Just make sure you have full trust in your partner before you go having unprotected sex.
There are many beneficial chemicals in semen, but the ‘happy’ ones so to speak are spermatozoa, including cortisol, which has been shown to increase affection, setrone, which elevates mood and oxytocin(the love drug), which inturn also increases mood for the better.
It also contains a hormone that releases thyrotropin, which is a natural anti-depressant, melatonin(a great sleep inducing agent), and even serotonin (one of the most well known anti-depressant neurotransmitters)
Knowing that this is just a small amount of the beneficial ingredients in semen and seminal fluid. It is hypothesized that women who have unprotected sex should be less depressed than those who have protected sex.
To get the facts the researchers needed, they got 293 females from The University of Albany and had them fill out an anonymous questionnaire.
It’s college life, so I’m sure some of those forms were just fucking insane.
The survey asked them about multiple aspects of their sex lives. The primary goal of it was to see how much seminal plasma was circulating in the females body.
After filling out the sexual questionnaire, they filled out the Beck Depression Inventory, a commonly used and reliable source for determining an individuals level of depression.
Interestingly enough. Their hypothesis was correct in showing that females who never used condoms during sex had much less depressive signals than those females who engaged in sexual activities and always used condoms.
To top it off Sexually active women who described themselves as “promiscuous” women who used condoms were just as depressed as females practicing total abstinence
The study is impressive to say the least.