Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Being fat can have a negative impact on your sex life

Brain imaging studies show that achieving orgasm involves far more than merely heightened arousal. It requires a release of inhibitions, culminating in a shutdown of the brain’s centre of vigilance in both sexes, and a widespread neutral power failure in women. 

So, being fat can have a negative effect on your sexual desire and satisfaction. New research shows that if you are fat and can lose about 13 per cent of your body weight over two years, you can feel more sexually attractive and have greater sexual desire. So, you don’t need drugs to have a better sex life. Losing a bit of weight may just do the trick.