The 9th of June is National S*x Day, which celebrates the pleasures of relations, engaging in pleasurable activities, and investigating each other’s bodies. It’s about connecting with someone and creating and savouring this otherworldly experience.
S*x is a fundamental instinct shared by all living organisms. Existing since the beginning of time, it is what maintains the cycle of existence. The holiday’s origins are uncertain, but it is observed on June 9 because, numerically, the date is 6/9 — the notorious position. The word ‘coitus’ is derived from the Latin term ‘coire’, which means ‘to go together.’ It also referred to planetary alignment and magnetic force prior to 1885, when it acquired its current connotation.
Although it has existed since the beginning of time, it was in India where the act was deemed artistic and sophisticated. India marked a turning point in the history when the first works of literature treating intercourse as a science were composed. Many people believe that India was the birthplace of s*x education through literature and art, and it remains the epicentre of new-age perspectives on the subject. Many s*xual practises, such as kissing on the lips, originated in India before spreading to the rest of the globe.
The most prominent Indian s*xual text is the “Kama Sutra,” which revolutionised it with its sixty-four variations on lovemaking. Originally, this literature was intended for combatants, philosophers, and royals.
The emotional bond between two individuals is also strengthened through physical contact. From a solely scientific standpoint, the primary purpose is reproduction and body maintenance. It provides numerous health benefits, including a reduction in blood pressure and a form of tension relief.
5 FACTS THAT ARE BACKED BY SCIENCE
S*x eliminates tension
A study published in “Biological Perspective” discovered that participants who had engaged prior to a stressful task had lower blood pressure and tension levels than those who had not.
Its absence may lead to workaholism.
German researchers at the University of Gottingen discovered that individuals tend to become workaholics to compensate for unsatisfying s*xual relationships.
Reduced incidence of cardiac attacks
A study published in the “Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health” demonstrated that frequent s*xual activity reduces the risk of cardiac attacks.
It makes you joyful in multiple ways.
In addition to the apparent pleasure that comes from the physical act of s*x, it also causes the release of the happy hormone oxytocin, which aids in reducing menstrual pain in women.
It safeguards against malignancy
A study published in the journal “BJU International” found that men with healthy s*xual lives have a lower risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer.
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