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Why Sex Toys Are Healthy
 Why Sex Toys Are Healthy

It is said that sex plays a huge part in a healthy relationship and it isn’t just a myth that a good sex life can improve your mood as well as improve a relationship or marriage. As research confirms time and time again, good sex in a healthy, stable, monogamous relationship can only better our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being.

Although many long term couples would admit, sex with the same partner can become too much of a routine. To keep your sex life hot and exciting, you may need to add a little spice at times. It is no wonder that research has shown that an estimated 60% of women today own at least one vibrator.

But besides bringing a spin on the action, sex toys can actually be healthy, fun, and beneficial. Here’s how…

According to the Dr Laura Berman website, regular self-stimulation helps to promote healthy blood flow to the genitals, and it also helps keep you in touch with your sexual fantasies and desires.

Sex toys can boost your confidence. A recent study linked self-stimulation with increased body image and lower sexual anxiety

Recent research from the Kinsey Institute found that women who used vibrators were more likely to take care of their health by visiting their ob-gyn in the past 12 months.

According to Slate.com, women who suffer from incontinence or a prolapsed uterus can exercise their pubococcygeal muscles—not to mention have more satisfying orgasms—by doing Kegels.

They also mentioned that sex toys can also improve sexual function for people with certain medical conditions. Diabetes and multiple sclerosis, for instance, affect nerve transmission, which can dull sexual sensation. People taking medications for high blood pressure and depression can also suffer side effects that limit sexual response. And women who undergo hormonal changes during menopause or who suffer nerve damage after surgery sometimes find their clitorises to be less sensitive; a sex toy might be necessary to increase arousal.

Remember that if you use sex toys, it’s important to do so responsibly and to keep them clean. Sex toys can pass on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and blood-borne infections (infections passed on through the blood).

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