Studies have shown that regular exercisers report a higher sex drive. This may be related to surges of testosterone that can occur immediately after resistance training like lifting weights, or right after high-intensity cardio like running.
Although there may be increased levels in men and women that can be detected immediately following certain workouts, overall levels may be decreased after other types of exercise, such as regular endurance training.
Your sexual desire can wane when you’re not feeling particularly good about how you look, so exercise and weight loss certainly help your mood, but also increases the blood flow to the brain and sexual organs and increases the production of libido-enhancing endorphins. Also, exercise helps you regulate and ease stress, which can boost your sex drive. Eating healthy will also help get you in the right mood.
Case and point: hit the weights and keep strong in the bedroom!
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