Nigerians React As Woman Boldly Instructs People To Have S*x 5 or 6 Days In A Week

A Sierra Leonean lady has gone for after she shared an important message on sex and health message which has got Nigerians talking on social media. According to the lady, everyone should endeavour to have sex frequently because it does a lot of good to the body. Sharing her opinion on Valentine’s day, she listed the benefits of frequent sex.


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She said:

“Sex, good sex, at least 4, 5 times in a week. Just get sex. Sex is good for the heart. Make love for at least 5 or 6 days in a week. 2 or 3 times per day. And see your health condition. Sex is cardio. E dey help the heart, e dey help the immune system. E de build up your self esteem……..

There are many reasons to have sex more often, at least when it comes to quality sex in a supportive relationship. More frequent sexual activity is linked to physical benefits, such as lower blood pressure, emotional perks, such as reduced stress, and relationship benefits, such as greater intimacy and a lower divorce rate. While there is not a magic number when it comes to the ideal frequency of sex, the results of a few studies can suggest a ballpark.


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Ideal Frequency

As far as the ideal frequency, a 2015 study found that general well-being is associated with sexual frequency, but only up to a certain point. Relationship satisfaction improved progressively from having no sex up to having sex once a week but did not improve further (and actually decreased somewhat) beyond this point.

This goal number is fairly consistent with the current average, but should be of concern with our increasingly busy lives. Looking at the frequency of sex in the 2010s, adults are now having sex nine times per year less than in the late 1990s.

Even though the frequency often decreases with age, sexual activity in older adults remains very important to many people. Those who are married people tend to have sex more often than those who are not.

There are many emotional and psychological benefits from making love that is strongly linked with the overall quality of life. Some of these include:


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According to a 2015 study conducted in China, more sex and better quality sex increases happiness (though unwanted sex lowers happiness).

That many people deal with chronic stress is a given and has been cited as a reason why adults are having sex less often. This may be a double whammy, as sex may be considered a stress management technique.
Our bodies secrete cortisol and adrenaline (epinephrine) as part of the stress response. These hormones (the fight-or-flight response), can lead to fatigue, high blood pressure, and much more. Sex can reduce the level of these hormones, with effects that can last well into the next day.
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Improved Mood

There are a number of chemicals our bodies release during sex that can affect how we feel. During sex, our brains release endorphins—”feel good” chemicals that can reduce irritability and feelings of depression.

Another hormone, oxytocin (the “hug drug”), is released with nipple stimulation and other sexual activity. Similar to the effect it has on nursing mothers (oxytocin is responsible for the “let down” reflex in breastfeeding), oxytocin can create a sense of calmness and contentedness. Finally, orgasm leads to the release of yet another hormone, prolactin, that can aid in sleep.
Improved Self-Image
Sex can boost self-esteem and lower feelings of insecurity, leading to a more positive attitude.

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