BDSM Go On, It’s Good For You!

M – Find out why BDSM is great your health and works wonders for your relationship!

 

Go on and enjoy BDSM because it is good for you! Science has proven so. You will now learn the best benefits of kinky sex with your partner backed by science. Get ready for some great general information from a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine about why BDSM practitioners are healthier than so-called “vanilla” people.

 

Durex Condom Study

 

The majority of the people who thirst for BDSM are Americans with 30% of all adults admitting to using some form of bondage tools during their sexual encounters, based on a survey conducted by the Durex condom company, in which only 20% of people worldwide admit to using those same tools.

 

Improved Communication

 

BDSM improves communication between partners by creating strong bonds. Since most couples are normally distant from one another because of daily responsibilities, it keeps them so busy that there is a disconnect from each other emotionally. It seems that couples don’t talk with one another anymore because they are preoccupied with work, television, relaxation, etc. An invincible wedge is slowly driving them apart.

 

BDSM forces them to re-ignite romantic feelings and communicate with each by using “safe words” that determines whether a sex act is unacceptable. The couple need to trust each other’s instincts, so they become aware of sexual desires and how far they can push the boundaries. Without trust effective communication cannot take place.

 

Intimacy increases between the parties because it decrease the chances of cheating, which keeps the relationship alive.

 

Journal of Science & Medicine

 

Mental health will increase reflected by a Journal of Sexual Medicine study that found people who practised BDSM scored better on Mental Health exams and they were more open socially and did not care about rejection. All of these things contribute to a positive overall well-being, since these people are comfortable in their own skin and confident in their own sexual abilities.

 

Professionals say that the skin is the largest organ of the body with sensitive receptors that activate when touching happens such as a massage, holding hands, etc. This lowers cortisol levels in the brain which decrease psychological stress and anxiety. BDSM practitioners also scored higher on a variety of personality and psychological tests and are normally less neurotic by developing resilience to pain.

 

So, those are some of the health benefits of BDSM. There is nothing to worry about! You can enjoy another part of yourself that will keep you healthy and happy.

 

Try it!