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Its popularity in the West is owed in part to the Beatles, who promoted the practice on their return from India in the late 1960s.Now meditation can be found in all areas of life -- from hospitals exploring its benefits for patients with serious illnesses, to schools who recommend it for children and television shows.
But no such studies have shown a direct link to meditation having the power to boost someone's sex life."Pound for pound, inch for inch, female genitals contain just as much of this wonderful, sensitive, expandable, engorgeable equipment as male genitalia," says "Succulent Sexcraft" author, Sheri Winston."Women have an erector set all their own." I spent most of my life self-conscious, ashamed of parts of my body that I judged ugly, fat or unattractive.A new study published today has revealed that meditation can reduce one's risk of heart disease by decreasing risk factors that can lead to the illness.Specifically, it found that the practices can lower one's blood pressure and their anxiety and depression levels.) According to research: So, not only is Grandma gettin' some, she's enjoying sex far more than the average 20 something when she has it, she's stressing less about life in general, and she's also maintaining high standards regarding whom she'll ultimately settle down with.
Plus, she's not Instagramming her sexual escapades for the world to see either! , now 81, says "There is no age limit on the enjoyment of sex. I think no matter how old you are — and I am pretty up there in terms of numbers — I think you should do whatever makes you happy.
As long as you’re not hurting yourself or anybody else, I say do it.
If you want to go out and have a romantic sexy affair, do it." her body underneath the labia. And it turns out, there is a lot more I didn't know about my own anatomy and how pleasure is layered for full orgasmic potential.
It can also help people quit smoking, which can lead to a fatal heart attack.
Experts are warning that healthy lifestyle changes such as being more physically active are still the surest way to ward off the disease, but adding that meditation can also decrease one's chances.
Indirect trials have shown it can fight off stress and make adults more empathetic, which some link to being more passionate beneath the sheets.