Most of us know that a healthy intimate relationship feels good and improves all of our relationships while giving us a bit of pep in our step the following day. However, most women have no idea that good intimate relationships release hormones that improve how our entire body works. Hormones are pretty incredible.

They serve as messengers between body systems to regulate behavior, digestion, metabolism, respiration, tissue function, sleep, stress, growth, movement, reproduction, and mood. Hormones tell your body when you are hungry, sleepy, stressed, or getting a little frisky.

Orgasms increase the brain chemical dopamine, which provides a sense of well-being, even in the midst of high stress. Overall, orgasms immediately induce a calming effect on the nervous system and move us from a state of “survival” to a state of “rest and relax,” which our entire system is crying out for at the end of a stressful day. This Valentine’s Day enjoy all your relationships including your intimate ones! ❤️❤️❤️

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