sex is good for you
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The overwhelming love. The fear of messing it all up. The sweet snuggles. The never-ending exhaustion. Motherhood is always an adventure. Right to Desire is proud to be partnering with four moms who are each thought leaders within their online communities. Through their unique perspectives, they are offering their audiences a platform to discuss the very intimate issue of women’s sexual desire. 

In this piece, Camille Styles, the Austin-based founder of CamilleStyles.com, explored the ways a little action between the sheets can boost your health:

It’s officially spring, and love is in the air. With new research on sexual wellness making headlines, we thought now is no better time than ever to have an honest conversation about sex and health.  Sure, everyone knows that sex feels good, but it may not be something that immediately comes to mind when you think about your daily wellness routine.

Sexual health is more than avoiding diseases and unplanned pregnancies. It’s also about recognizing that sex should be an important part of your life, according to the American Sexual Health Association. The mind and body benefits of having regular sex range from slashing stress levels to lowering your risk of cancer and heart attacks. It also facilitates bonding and feelings of intimacy with your partner. This kind of connectedness does more than make you feel warm and fuzzy, it actually reduces anxiety and boosts your overall health.”

To find out what the surprising health benefits of sex are (hint, one involves getting to spend even more time in bed!) check out the full post on CamilleStyles.com.

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