This is how yoga improves your sexual relations (and even increases libido)

With more than 4000 years old, the Yoga It has become not only one of the fashion disciplines and one of the most followed in the world, it also has important benefits for those who practice it.

Every year, new studies emerge that confirm what the biggest advocates have long claimed: practicing yoga is beneficial for both the body and the mind.

While for many, the relaxing power This practice becomes its best quality, others highlight the benefits that the different asanas contribute to the muscles and fitness. What surely many did not count on is that yoga, in addition, is a Great ally to achieve quality sexual relations.

Various studies include an improvement in sexual relations among the many benefits of yoga. Gtres

How does yoga help sexual intercourse?

There are numerous evidences that show that yoga helps improve our well-being. Usual practice improves blood circulation, reduces the body’s inflammatory response and reduces cortisol levels helping us to relax and keep us in a good mood.

Some benefits that in addition to helping us feel good about ourselves, even helping self-esteem, they play in favor of our sex life.

As stated in a report published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, regular yoga practice improves sexual function. This study examined the effects after 12 weeks of yoga in 40 women, between 22 and 55 years old with an active sexual life, showing that, after that time, his sexual function had improved significantly in various aspects.

This is how yoga improves your sexual relations
A study in women between the ages of 22 and 55 confirmed that yoga practice for 12 weeks improved various aspects of their sexual relationships. Gtres

In 75% of the cases, women reported a greater desire, better lubrication, more orgasms, less pain and fuller satisfaction. In addition, the results highlighted that the improvement was more notable in those women over 45 years of age than in the younger ones.

In this study, all women performed up to 22 yoga poses or asanas. Nails postures focused on improving the muscles of the abdomen, digestion and strengthening the pelvic floor.

But the benefits of yoga in sexual relationships are not limited only to women. According to some experts, men also find in this discipline a great ally for their relationships.

According to a study by Dr. Vikas Dhikav, a neurologist at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in New Delhi (India), the habitual practice of yoga increased sexual desire, improved performance, erection and orgasm of most of the participants in his study.

In recent years, several reports suggest that the practice and control of some yoga asanas can also be beneficial for control premature ejaculation, making it a viable and non-pharmacological alternative to the usual treatments.

This is how yoga improves your sexual relations
The habitual practice of yoga also helps in favor of sexual desire. Gtres

What are the yoga poses that help increase sexual desire?

The practice of yoga helps us to have greater strength and control of certain parts of the body, which, together with regulated breathing and a decrease in stress levels, play in favor of sexual intercourse. But in addition, some asanas help increase circulation in the pelvic region and oxygen levels in the body, which would favor sexual desire.

Some asanas that help improve sexual intercourse are:

  • Utthita trikonasana: also known as the triangle pose. It is an asana that promotes balance and hip opening and strengthens and tones the muscles of the legs and trunk.
  • Pcat and cow ostures: These two asanas, not only favors the flexibility of the spine, it also strengthens the muscles of the pelvic floor. This will help to have more controlled and intense orgasms.
  • Downward Facing Dog Pose: By lengthening the spine, circulation is promoted and tension is released from the body.
  • Ananda replied: also known as the happy baby pose. This asana is perfect for releasing stress and anxiety, freeing the lower back, sacrum and the gluteal area.
  • Baddha konasana: also known as the cobbler’s pose. Stretches your hips, groin, and knees. In addition, it promotes blood flow in the body, especially in the pelvis, so it is recommended to relieve menstrual or menopausal discomfort.

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