Before anyone has a heart attack and misinterprets what I’m suggesting, I strongly encourage everyone reading this article to check with their doctor before finalizing any decisions about your medical regimen.
However, having said the above…
Maybe you should be asking your doctor to take out that prescription pad and prescribe more sex to help cure your diabetes.. Then the next time your partner says, “Not tonight I have a headache,” you can push back a little by saying, “Hey honey, it’s doctors orders.”
But seriously guys… you know those commercials where they introduce a pretty new pill, tell you what color it is, how wonderful it is, how it could change your life, and how you should ask your doctor about it (regardless of all the side effects)? Well, maybe a pill isn’t always the best answer. Perhaps there is a natural alternative that could work just as well if not better.
Am I crazy? Am I actually suggesting that sex could help cure diabetes? Some of my friends laugh at me when I say this. Others listen intently. They listen because I kind of have a reputation for saying things that sound crazy at first but they actually turn out to be true.
Let’s go back to bare basics for a moment. What do human beings need? What do we need to be well-adjusted, well-rounded, healthy individuals? We need a human connection. We need love. We need to be touched. We need a way to relieve all that pent up stress. We NEED sex to be healthy.
You can think of your body as a pressure cooker with emotions and stress building up inside. You need a release valve and is there any better release valve than sex? And… what about the intimate bond that is created between two people sharing an active sex life? This physical and emotional bond takes the edge off of everything else. There reason that people in long-term committed relationships live longer on average is actually pretty easy to figure when you think about it.
This isn’t my hormones talking by the way, although I am watching my sexy guy sleep while I write this. Hey, a writer needs inspiration you know. But seriously… scientific research has shown that during sex, endorphin levels rise dramatically. We get a surge of oxytocin. Cortisol, the main stress hormone plummets. Is there a pill out there that does this any better than a really good romp in the hey with the guy (or gal) you love? I seriously doubt it!
Nature often wins out over the artificial methods and we as humans would do fair much better if we’d remember that more often.
It turns out orgasm isn’t just about procreation. It is one of the VERY best methods you can use to release stress, decrease anxiety, and feel happier overall.
Now… given that we KNOW (it’s been well-proven through research) that sex reduces stress in an extremely significant way, what does this have to do with diabetes? I’m back to my original question. Can having more sex help cure diabetes?
So, the next time you want to lower your blood sugar levels and reverse your diabetes in the most natural way possible, you may want to embrace your partner and whisper something very erotic in their ear and let nature take care of things.