“Semen actually contains chemicals known to elevate mood levels”
Recent studies show that oral sex is good for a woman’s health, and may actually make them happier.
Semen actually includes chemicals known to elevate mood levels, increase affection and contains several
type of anti-depressant chemicals. Semen contains other chemicals along with spermatozoa, including
cortisol, which can increase affection. It contains thyrotropinreleasing hormone, which is an antidepressant.
It contains melatonin, which a natural sleep-inducing agent, and even serotonin, which is best-known
antidepressant neurotransmitter. Other findings have found that women regularly exposed to semen
perform better on concentration and cognitive tasks. Further studies have also shown that not only is oral sex
and semen good for your mental health, but so is unprotected sex as well. I am not saying go out and screw
everyone and have unprotected sex, but I am saying studies have shown that having semen in your body may
keep you from getting depressed. The most significant findings from some of these studies, published in the
Archives of Sexual Behavior, women who engaged in sex and “never” used condoms showed significantly fewer depressive symptoms than did those who “usually” or “always” used condoms. Importantly, these chronically condom-less, sexually active women also evidenced fewer depressive symptoms than did those who abstained from
sex altogether. Unbelievably, semen may also help with anxiety, prevent hair loss, keep infections at bay, prevent some cancers and even lengthen your life spans. As you can see, there are many reasons that semen is good for your overall health. All of this anti-depressant semen talk is making me want to give oral sex tonight, or at least unprotected sex. Maybe even both…LOL. So if you are feeling down, go down town and give your partner
some oral sex. It just may get you out of a bad mood, or make your good mood even better. Not only will you be happier, but your partner certainly will be too. It is a win-win for all involved.
BY ANGELA POMPELLI-BUTLER