We all know that sex has multiple physical, health and wellness benefits. Plus we love the emotional connection recreated with our partner. Research has revealed that spicing things up in the bedroom can help improve our relationship. However, new sexual positions can, quite literally, make or break a relationship. A recent

Orgasms can do a lot more than just put a smile on your face…. Here are five facts you didn’t know (but could improve your day) Pain is relative According to, neuroscience has revealed that during an orgasm, your brain processes pain differently, so that things that may feel uncomfortable

Female orgasms are hard to come by if you’re straight, suggests a recent study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Researchers from the Kinsey Institute collected data from a total of 6 151 single men and women between the ages of 21 and 65 by means of an internet

Researchers from the University of Waterloo in Canada have made history by documenting the way the spine moves during sex. “Any family doctor will tell you that couples often ask them how to manage their back pain during and after sex. Many couples will remain celibate because one night of

  South African women are not satisfied when it comes to their sex life. This is according to a recent Women’s Sexual Wellbeing survey, conducted by Columinate and Durex.  It also revealed that women have extremely low self-esteem in the bedroom – a possible contributor to the low levels of satisfaction? The study

  A recent study, conducted by Loyola University Medical Centre, explains that only 1% of adults report that they have experienced headaches associated with sexual activity but that this problem might be more common than we think. “Many people who experience headaches during sexual activity are too embarrassed to tell

An interesting study has found that both men and women are equally able to determine their partner’s sexual satisfaction. The Canadian study looked at 84 couples who were asked individually about their levels of sexual satisfaction, sexual communication, ability to recognise emotions and relationship satisfaction. The study was published in

While we already know that sex is good for you, as it gets your heart pumping, blood flowing and you even break a sweat, but can you count the time between the sheets as a work out? A small study, published in the journal PLOS One, aimed to find out

Women who frequently exercise become aroused more quickly and are able to orgasm faster and more intensely, a fascinating study reveals.   Publishing research on how exercise affects sexual self-esteem, Tina M. Penhollow, PhD, an associate professor of health promotion at Florida Atlantic University, says: “Being physically active seems to

Couples who share sex toys such as vibrators during intimate relations risk transmitting the potentially cancer causing Human Papillomavirus or HPV, a new study suggests. The participants of the study were between the ages of 18 and 29, and had engaged in sexual relations with a man and a woman