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If you want to give that workout your all, then think about all the sex you will have afterward! The Doctors share the findings from researchers at The University of Texas at Austin who found 20 minutes of intense exercise primes the body, especially females, for sexual arousal.
Your body will respond more intensely to sex after a workout. There are surging levels of adrenaline, dopamine, endorphins and it gets the blood flowing! Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra says testosterone levels also increase.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon adds in addition to sex, exercise is also good for your sleep, your moods, and your food choices.