While religion asks people not to have pre-marital sex which means a lot of women would not even have sex until they hit their late 30s or 40s, a new study has found that women who have regular sex live longer.
A new study has found evidence that frequent sex boosts lifespan by protecting our DNA.
According to NY Post:
Researchers quizzed 129 women between 20 and 50 about their love lives. They then carried out blood tests to determine their long-term health prospects. The study focused on telomeres — protective caps on the ends of DNA — that predict a person’s biological age.
Thought of as tiny internal clocks, they shorten with time and eventually become so small that cells die. Experts found women who had regular sex had significantly longer telomeres — boosting their overall life expectancy.
Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, said: “This is an important finding.”
“It provides new evidence that sexual intimacy within long-term relationships has health-enhancing benefits.’’
Beyond this, life is generally too short not to have constant orgasms, the fabulous ones usually say.