What great sex does for your body Roger Dobson Almost every part of the body, from the brain and heart to the stomach and blood, is either involved in love making or affected by it. Not only is a regular sex life good for physical fitness - a typical session will burn between and calories - it also helps ward off disease by boosting the immune system. BRAIN Sexual arousal and stimulation spark off the release of chemical messengers or neurotransmitters in the brain which alert the pituitary gland to gear itself up for lovemaking. At the same time the feel-good anticipatory factor suppresses production of the stress hormone cortisol and negative thoughts, as well as feelings of guilt, disappear. Sexual activity also improves blood flow to the brain in the long-term.
Remember Me. February 14th, a day to celebrate love and togetherness, a day to remember the beheaded Saint Vincent, who defied the orders of Emperor Claudius II in the third century and married young lovers in secret. Red hearts, thorny roses, proclamations of undying love and sacrifice—indeed, it seems Valentine's Day is full of subtle and not so subtle cues leading us to horror, one drop of blood at a time. Sex and horror have a long history, and the connection goes beyond filmmakers banking on viewers turning out to see slasher films featuring partially clothed women fighting monsters and serial killers. The lanes of sex and fear have often intersected, well before the sexual undertones of Dracula and the more explicit sexiness of Interview with the Vampire. Check out, for example, The Curse of the Cat People , a movie from the s about a woman from a family cursed to morph into killer cats when sexually aroused. It has all the high arousal stimuli the Internet loves in one movie.
The plot centres on a British hitman in Los Angeles named Chev Chelios who is poisoned and must keep his adrenaline flowing constantly in order to keep himself alive. He does so by various methods including taking drugs and getting into fights, while he tries to track down the man who poisoned him. The title of the film comes from the slang word for methamphetamine.
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