A new study has revealed that regular love-making encounters reduce the risk of dying from cancer, heart disease and other illnesses.
The study further disclosed that making love at least once a week divides the risk of people dying early into two, while also claiming that the more you make love, the better.
Experts say s*x is equivalent to “moderate-intensity exercise” and has similar health benefits for those partaking.
More than 15,000 adults took part in the study by researchers from Washington University.
The scientists state that s*x releases feel-good chemicals, which boost mental health and promote the activity of “natural killer cells”.
Those cells lower the risk of cancer and viral illness, prevent infections of the lungs and improve other conditions, such as asthma, they claim.