Oral sex in women does well for the couple's health, says study
A survey of the State University of Nova York, in the United States, found that oral sex in women does well for the health of the recipient and the doer. The conclusion was based on the sexual habits of more than 150 heterosexual and lesbian couples.
Participants were divided into two groups: one had the mission of having more frequent oral sex in the partner, and the second, in a limited way . With the analysis, scientists were able to note a large decrease in stress and anxiety levels, as well as improved sleep quality and well-being in the couple who had frequent oral sex. study, the hormones ocitonin and DHEA, released in the couple during intercourse. They are responsible for combating cardiovascular diseases and for carrying sedative properties, which provide relaxation for both the recipient and oral sex.
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