Want relief from hayfever? The est way is to get frisky between the sheets

FROM colds to cancer, getting frisky between the sheets can do wonders for our health.

Allergy expert Max Weisberg revealed this week that a cheeky bonk helps the body ­tackle hay fever as, “At the point of orgasm, the sympathetic nervous system constricts blood vessels across the body”.

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Getting frisky between the sheets can do wonders for our health[/caption]

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A cheeky bonk helps the body ­tackle hay fever[/caption]

Sun Sexpert Georgette Culley reveals some other surprising ailments getting horizontal can help. . .

Cold and flu

People who have sex a couple of times a week have more flu-fighting antibodies, researchers at Wilkes University in the US discovered.

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People who have sex a couple of times a week have more flu-fighting antibodies[/caption]

Headaches

It’s the traditional excuse for “not tonight, love”, but if you really do have a headache, the hormone oxytocin released during lovemaking reduces pain.

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If you have a headache the hormone oxytocin released during lovemaking reduces pain[/caption]

Blood pressure

As well as reducing pain, oxytocin also calms the nerves, counteracting stress hormone cortisol, so can be beneficial in lowering blood pressure.

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Oxytocin can be beneficial in lowering blood pressure[/caption]

Cancer

The more often men have sex between the ages of 20 and 50, the lower their chances of prostate cancer, says a study by Australian researchers.

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The more often men have sex the lower their chances of prostate cancer[/caption]

Mental health

Feelgood chemicals released during sex, including dopamine, boost mood, increase compassion and help you bond with your partner.

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Feelgood chemicals released during sex can help boost your mood[/caption]

Heart attacks

Sex is exercise, which is good for the heart. One study found that men who have sex twice a week are 50 per cent less likely to have a heart attack.

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Men who have sex twice a week are less likely to have a heart attack[/caption]

Bladder control

A bit of thrusting helps exercise the pelvic floor muscles, which control urine flow. Keeping these strong helps prevents incontinence later.

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A bit of thrusting helps exercise the pelvic floor muscles[/caption]

Sleep

Wonder why you often feel drowsy after sex? Making love stimulates the release of sleep-inducing hormones, in particular prolactin.

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Making love stimulates the release of sleep-inducing hormones[/caption]

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