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Do Orgasms Relieve Anxiety?

Do Orgasms Relieve Anxiety?

Great sex on a regular basis can, in fact, relieve or eliminate stress and anxiety. Sexually active adults are generally less stressed, calmer, and happier. Why? Sex causes a release of oxytocin and endorphins, similar to those released during exercise. The release of these chemicals helps bring about a sense of calmness and clarity. But here’s the ironic truth, or shall we say the “catch-69”: although a hot sex life can help relieve stress and anxiety – stress and anxiety can kill a hot sex life.

For many adults, going without sex can lead to the buildup of even more mental tension, which, if left unchecked, can ultimately bring about a lessened sense of self-worth. Once that occurs, the sex machine inside you can shut down completely, blocking you from the benefits of this very natural and beautiful act. Furthermore, according to a study sponsored by the University of Gottingen in Germany, sex-less people often take on more work to compensate for their frustration. And taking on the increased labor results in – you got it – even less sex.

For you sexless adults, this isn’t to suggest that you rush out the door and find any willing libido to help kick-start a sex life for you. Selectiveness is key. It also doesn’t mean that staying home and using self-satisfaction techniques (masturbation) is an equal substitute to getting it on with someone special. Actually, if you can achieve orgasm alone, but cannot through sexual intercourse, you could have performance anxiety. Most doctors agree that the positive effects of sex on anxiety are magnified when you do it with someone who plays an integral role in your life. Often, just seeing someone you love and trust with your feelings is enough to provide relief from anxiety.

A BIG “O” IS JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED

As beautiful and satisfying as the act of sex can be, it is but a crescendo or journey to that final, often euphoric resting place called orgasm. It is the conclusion of the plateau phase of intercourse. For women, there is some debate surrounding the pleasure and effectiveness of clitoral versus vaginal orgasms. Fact is they both feel great and provide anxiety-reversing results. Here are some of the physical and mental reactions that occur during orgasm:

  • Breathing, pulse rate and blood pressure continue to rise during sex.
  • Muscle tension and blood-vessel engorgement reach a peak.
  • Sometimes orgasm comes with a grasping-type muscular reflex of the hands and feet.
  • An abundant release of oxytocin and endorphins occurs.
  • Following orgasm, a reduction in baseline blood pressure happens.
  • Ultimately, tension is released producing an unrivaled relaxed state of mind

When the sexual crescendo concludes, the recirculation of blood back through the brain and the balance of the body brings on a momentary sense of welcomed weakness followed by a restoration of clarity, calm, and newfound confidence (especially if your partner achieves orgasm too). It feels like all your fears are literally lifted and taken away.

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Omega 3 EPA: Nature's Very Own Anti-depressant

Omega 3 EPA: Nature's Very Own Anti-depressant

Since Dr Malcolm Peet, a consultant psychiatrist at Sheffield swallow court hospital released his findings about the effects of Ethyl Epa and its effects on people suffering from depression and low moods, many other studies have been performed using Ethyl Epa to help treat depression and related disorders . The vast majority of the studies that have been performed consistently confirmed that Ethyl Epa, a natural substance found in omega 3 fish oil, helps alleviate depression and low moods.

The idea that high grade omega 3 EPA could have been used to help combat depression and other related disorders came from the late Dr Horribin, who as early as the 1970s was a pioneer in lipid research involving the brain and central nervous system. Since the findings at Sheffield, studies have been conducted round the world, Harvard university 1999, London Hammersmith hospital 2001 and Israel Ben Gurion University 2002 to name but a few.

EPA As Part Of A Healthy Diet

EPA is part of the Omega 3 chain of ecosanoids and is most commonly found in fatty fish such as fresh salmon, mackerel, pilchards and sardines. Over the past 100 years the diet patterns of most people in the west have shifted dramatically to include far more hydrogenated oils and trans fatty acids (bad fats) this is largely due to the increased consumption of fast food and ready made meals. Even people who think they eat a healthy diet consume way too much omega 6 and not enough omega 3.

Researchers have recently found that a diet high in Tran's fatty acids could affect the mood stabilizing hormones within the brain, this is thought to be due to the planned fats slowing down the messaging system within the brain, should this happen then the onset of depression could occurrence.

How Does EPA Work?

While the benefits of high grade EPA have been well documented, the scientific community still does not know exactly how EPA works on the brain, one theory released by Dr Basant Puri is that it eases the passage of the signals over the tiny gaps in the brain called synapses. Another theory was that the high grade Epa actually worked similar to lithium and had anti depressant properties of its own.

Until recently it was generally accepted in the medical community that once a human reached maturity that the adult brain could not grow anymore, in a recent paper just released by Dr Puri his findings show other wise. Dr Puri scanned a 21 year patient before treating him with high grade Pure Epa, after the course of treatment he rescanned the young man only to find that the gray matter of the brain had increased in size.

Omega 3 EPA And The Body

As well as EPA being very good for helping to balance mood it has other well documented symptoms on the body, these included: –

o Blood thinning properties

o Decrease risk of heart attack

o Decrease growth rate of atherosclerotic plaque

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A Cutting Edge Career in Internet Marketing

A Cutting Edge Career in Internet Marketing

Internet marketing, also referred to as Online Marketing, is marketing that uses the Internet.

Are you looking for a cutting edge career in marketing? Are you a creative team player? Internet marketing specialists are in high demand as Internet commerce continues to grow. Web sites need to be marketed like any other product to reach its target audience, and training as an Internet marketing specialist will put you in a high demand job in marketing.

Internet marketing professionals use the creative and technical aspects of the Internet to get visitors to websites. Some methods to do this include search engine marketing and search engine optimization, display advertising, e-mail marketing and affiliate marketing. They utilize these various methods to drive traffic to the desired website, or web page to generate business. This field is focused on using the Internet to promote products and services, includes site optimization, banner ads and pay-per-click.

Internet marketing degrees prepare individuals to undertake and manage the process of developing consumer audiences via the Internet, and use those skills to optimize Internet sales. Programs in Internet marketing will provide a basic business foundation, along with specific coursework related to Internet Marketing. You will learn general business and marketing, along with courses in critical thinking, problem solving, and general management. More specifically, in these programs, you will learn search engine marketing, Search engine optimization guidelines, all about pay-per-click advertising, and budgeting for pay-per-click advertising. You will also learn about finding search terms that are best for your project, how to utilize links, and overall techniques for increasing sales.

Internet marketing professionals are in high demand. The field of search engine marketing is growing at a phenomenal pace, and those with training will be there to reap the financial benefits of a job in this field. Many Internet marketing pros make salaries upwards of $100k annually.…