Sex is a possible way to reduce depression. Sexual activities releases endorphins into the bloodstream, which stimulates the immune system and cures you of mild depression. So, in a relationship one partner should carefully motivate the other towards sex in order to cure the partner from depression. Studies show that depressed people are diverted from sex. In such cases the husband or wife or the concerned sexual partner should discuss the depressed partner with a psychotherapist and find a way out through sex, which is 100 times safer than an antidepressant.
If there is really a link between chronic headache and depression, then it is really an appalling disclosure because all of us know that in the recent years depression cases have accrued startlingly. However, another revelation, which states that chronic headache is more prevalent in women who pass through the dastardly phase of childhood abuse and sexual abuse is quite significant. But repeatedly a question peeps out that why this study is tongue-tied about men. Is this equation applicable only for women not for men? If the answer is ‘yes’, then what is the reason behind this is? Don’t you think it should be out?
So long as stress is confined to your workplace, its sounds a bit manageable. But the time it starts riding you even to your home, something uneven begins to crop up even among your close relations. None of us can deny the fact that sex plays a significant role in cementing a marital relation. However, sad it’s to know that due to stress the passion that is requisite to keep the love flame kindled seems to be dying a slow death with up to 15 million Britons directly facing its negative effects into their bedrooms. In other words, subsequent lack of desire in bedroom is slowly but steady digging a gulf among couples, which could pump up the already rising graph of divorce rate among Britons further. Analysis of the given situation in a wider perspective would show that not only Britons but also the people in other countries are facing similar situation, which points to quite a serious situation not only from health point of view but from psychological and social point of view as well. Therefore, it is very important to understand the gravity of the problem and work in the direction of solving it. Following words of Mark Schoen, Ph.D., director of sex education for the Sinclair Intimacy Institute, well express the importance of sex in a marital relation: A good sex life is an important part of an individual’s overall health. People who have a good sex life feel better [mentally and physically] Image Source