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Understanding how sex affects your brain, can improve your role, and it can also shed light on other areas of your health. It is not the easiest subject to study subjects would have to masturbate in an MRI machine, so research is still in development. But scientists are beginning to unravel the mystery. Here’s what we know so far about your brains on sex.

Sex makes us feel good. That is why we want it, like it, and so spend much time hunting for friends. The pleasure we get from sex is largely due to the release of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that activates the reward of the brains. Dopamine is one of the substances which are responsible for the high persons on certain drugs. Taking cocaine and sex feel does not exactly the same, but they relate to the same regions and different regions of the brains. Caffeine, nicotine, and chocolate also tickle the reward center.

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A 2010 study looked at 400 women and found that those who had sex without a condom had fewer depressive symptoms than women who did use a condom. The researchers hypothesized that various components in the semen, such as estrogen and prostaglandin, have antidepressant properties, which are then absorbed in the body after sex. They adjusted for other things that can be both the mood and condom use of influence, such as in a serious relationship or the use of oral contraceptives.

Research shows that doing the deed can relieve your symptoms. In one study, 70% of participants who had migraine and 40% of cluster headache patients who had sex during a headache periodĀ reported partial exemption. Other studies have shown that women who have an area of the G spot stimulated had an increase in pain threshold.

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