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Post-Intimacy Pace: Why Men Should Not Rush to Do Three Things After Sex

After a lingering, what do you do? Go to sleep, get up and take a shower, or take a break and try again? I believe everything can be done; after all, everyone has different habits. After sexual intercourse, some things cannot be done according to one's own temperament. There are some things you can't put off; if you say you don't do it, don't do it. Doing what should be done but not what should be done is likely to cause big trouble.


So, it's time to remind everyone of some things to have a sustainable sex life.

Men should not do these 3 things right after having sex

1. Bathing

In fact, quite a few friends have a habit of taking a bath right after sex. After all, sweat and indescribable liquids on their body are really uncomfortable. Generally speaking, this behavior may not be a big problem for healthy people, but it is not recommended to wash right away. This is similar to the problem that everyone is familiar with when taking a bath immediately after strenuous exercise brings to the body.

In particular, for people with cardiovascular diseases such as heart disease or high blood pressure, bathing immediately after sex may be risky. Bathing immediately after sex has the following risks:

If the water temperature is too cold, it will cause the blood vessels in the pelvis and lower back muscles to contract, making it impossible for the full blood to flow back to the heart.

Metabolic waste from strenuous exercise during sex cannot be removed in a timely manner. Over time, back pain and bloating will occur.

In addition, cold stimulation can also cause severe contraction of myocardial blood vessels, which is a fatal blow for patients with heart disease.

If the water temperature is too hot, blood vessels in the skin all over the body will expand, causing a decrease in blood supply to other important organs. When the amount of blood supplied to the heart and brain decreases to a certain extent, the body will experience symptoms of transient hypotension and cerebral ischemia, which include panic, palpitations, dizziness, tinnitus, nausea, etc., and even sudden death.

In particular, for people with diseases such as high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, and anemia, never bathe immediately after sex.

Of course, this doesn't mean you can't take a bath after sex; the key is to take the right measures: Doctor advises: For friends with cardiovascular diseases, you should not take a bath right after sex. It is generally considered appropriate to take a bath with warm water after taking a break for 30-60 minutes.

2. Urine

Many men have the urge to pee after sex. This is because after sex, male genital congestion subsides, and the bladder sphincter slowly changes from tension to relaxation, causing fatigue and the urge to urinate. However, at this time, it is not recommended to urinate immediately.

Urgent urination immediately after sex can easily increase pressure in the urethra and bladder. First, there may be obvious pain when urinating, as well as interrupted urination. Second, if urine containing bacteria and metabolic waste can easily flow back into the prostate or ejaculatory duct under the influence of high internal pressure in the urethra, this will cause prostatitis and epididymitis.

Doctor's advice: It's best to rest for a while and wait until your body is relaxed and Ding is weak before urinating. At this time, you can hug your partner and talk about love, which is conducive to your feelings.

3. Smoking

After the end of sex, males often enter a "sage time", inexplicable emptiness, no desire and no desire filled the whole body. At this time, men often like “a cigarette after the fact” to think about life. However, this kind of behavior is not desirable. And after the two people in the TV series enjoy the fish and water, the man usually gets up and smokes a cigarette.

This kind of behavior, you'd better not follow suit, because it's not cool!

Nicotine in smoke stimulates the brain center, induces the smooth muscle of the cavernous body to contract more, affects the blood flow of the penis, and prevents it from expanding its congestion, thereby affecting erectile function. At this point, if you want to do it again, you won't be able to do it again.

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