Researchers also advise that you keep the habit of doing ‘it’ regularly, preferably more than once a week to repel dementia.
Published in the journal Springer Archives of Sexual Behavior, studies show that regular sex stimulates the growth of neurons in the hippocampus, a structure located in the temporal lobe of the brain before.
According to scientists, the hippocampus governs the problems of memory and human orientation. This is the first area of the brain to suffer damage if a person with dementia, dementia like Alzheimer’s.
To this end, the team from the University of Wollongong, Australia, conducted two studies on both animals and humans.
In animal experiments, scientists have gathered evidence of the relationship between the health of the hippocampus and the frequency of mating. The findings show that lazy “love” can cause the brain of this species to rapidly decline function.
In the human study, they collected data from more than 6,000 people aged 50 years or older, including information on sexuality and memory-related illnesses over a two-year period. .
The results of this study show that the frontal area of the human brain is stimulated to function better through intimate contact such as embracing or having sex. Even if there is a desire for sex and vibration in front of someone, this area of our brain also benefits.
Researchers also advise that in order to achieve the best results, you should maintain sex more than once a week in middle age. Also, try to maintain the romance in your life. The health of the hippocampus will help to reverse dementia and slow the progression of the disease if you have it.
Solutions to dementia-related diseases are being sought by doctors and researchers around the world. The most common dementia is Alzheimer’s, and it is being considered by many countries as Britain, Australia as the leading cause of early death among the diseases.
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