Saturday, May 14, 2011

Apparently Sperm for Depression Drugs For Women


Depression is a mental condition which depressed that could interfere with the performance and lowering the quality of life. Various ways have been made to overcome depression. A study found male semen can also be used as antidepressants.

'The semen makes women happy'. That's the remarkable conclusion of a study that compared the mood of women using condoms during sex with a no.

"I want to clarify that we do not recommend that people abstain from using condoms," says Gordon Gallup, a psychologist at the University of New York, who led the study, as reported from Newscientist.

According to him, clear unwanted pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases will be bigger impact than offset the beneficial psychological effects of semen.

In this study, the team divided 293 women in some categories of how often their partners wore condoms, and the level of happiness was assessed by using Beck Depression Inventory. People with low scores are the happiest and score more than 17 is considered quite depressed.

As a result, women with partners who never used condoms scored 8 on average, women with partners who sometimes used condoms scored 10.5, 11.5 that obtaining use condoms and women who have never had sex scored 13, 5.

And according to research results that have been published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, symptoms of depression and suicide attempts more common among women who used condoms regularly compared with those not.

The study, which will cause this controversy shows that women who are directly exposed to semen would be less likely to feel stressed or depressed. Researchers think this is due to women's mood swings due to hormones in semen are absorbed through the vagina.

It is not too surprising, because semen contains several mood-changing hormones, like testosterone, estrogen, follicle stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, prolactin and several different prostaglandins. Some have been detected in the blood of a woman hours after exposure to semen.

Many people also asked if oral sex has the effect of increasing the same mood. According to Gallup, it could apply to oral sex, at least some of the chemicals in semen act like steroids in birth control pills that can survive the digestive process.

But further research is needed to determine whether the affected semen through oral or anal sex will be the same effect on mood in heterosexual and homosexual couples.
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