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Tendo la Ndoa: Faida/umuhimu wa kushiriki tendo hili

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  1. Junius

    Junius JF-Expert Member

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    A HEALTHY sex drive will leave you peaking in more ways than one.
    A survey by the American Association Of Retired Persons reveals:

    People who have a lot of nookie experience health benefits which can leave them in much better physical form than those who don't.

    Sex can help fight flab, ward off colds and make you live longer.

    Jennifer Bass, of sex research centre The Kinsey Institute, says: "There is definitely a correlation between health and sex. If you are healthier, you are going to have more sex.

    "Making love provides a cardiovascular workout and floods the body with feel-good chemicals."

    Here JANE SYMONS shows how a little – or even quite a lot – of what you fancy does you good.
    Feb 09, 2014
     
  2. Pretty

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    Thanks for this article.
     
  3. Masanilo

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    Sex is overrated anyway!
     
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    What about for those who can't perform in short impotents?
     
  5. Mbu

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    ...vile vile inasaidia kusahaulishana kwa muda matatizo yenu hata kama mlikuwa 'mmenuniana' :)
     
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    That is not true at all
     
  7. NGULI

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    am trying to add more info on this artilce.....


    Is Sex Necessary?

    Alan Farnham Alan Farnham,

    Fans of abstinence had better be sitting down. "Saving yourself" before the big game, the big business deal, the big hoedown or the big bakeoff may indeed confer some moral benefit. But corporeally it does absolutely zip. There's no evidence it sharpens your competitive edge. The best that modern science can say for sexual abstinence is that it's harmless when practiced in moderation. Having regular and enthusiastic sex, by contrast, confers a host of measurable physiological advantages, be you male or female. (This assumes that you are engaging in sex without contracting a sexually transmitted disease.)

    In one of the most credible studies correlating overall health with sexual frequency, Queens University in Belfast tracked the mortality of about 1,000 middle-aged men over the course of a decade. The study was designed to compare persons of comparable circumstances, age and health. Its findings, published in 1997 in the British Medical Journal, were that men who reported the highest frequency of orgasm enjoyed a death rate half that of the laggards. Other studies (some rigorous, some less so) purport to show that having sex even a few times a week has an associative or causal relationship with the following:

    - Improved sense of smell: After sex, production of the hormone prolactin surges. This in turn causes stem cells in the brain to develop new neurons in the brain's olfactory bulb, its smell center.

    - Reduced risk of heart disease: In 2001 follow-on to the Queens University study mentioned above, researchers focused on cardiovascular health. Their finding? That by having sex three or more times a week, men reduced their risk of heart attack or stroke by half. In reporting these results, the co-author of the study, Shah Ebrahim, Ph.D., displayed the well-loved British gift for understatement: "The relationship found between frequency of sexual intercourse and mortality is of considerable public interest."

    - Weight loss, overall fitness: Sex, if nothing else, is exercise. A vigorous bout burns some 200 calories--about the same as running 15 minutes on a treadmill or playing a spirited game of squash. The pulse rate, in a person aroused, rises from about 70 beats per minute to 150, the same as that of an athlete putting forth maximum effort. British researchers have determined that the equivalent of six Big Macs can be worked off by having sex three times a week for a year. Muscular contractions during intercourse work the pelvis, thighs, buttocks, arms, neck and thorax. Sex also boosts production of testosterone, which leads to stronger bones and muscles. Men's Health magazine has gone so far as to call the bed the single greatest piece of exercise equipment ever invented.

    - Reduced depression: Such was the implication of a 2002 study of 293 women. American psychologist Gordon Gallup reported that sexually active participants whose male partners did not use condoms were less subject to depression than those whose partners did. One theory of causality: Prostoglandin, a hormone found only in semen, may be absorbed in the female genital tract, thus modulating female hormones.

    - Pain-relief: Immediately before orgasm, levels of the hormone oxytocin surge to five times their normal level. This in turn releases endorphins, which alleviate the pain of everything from headache to arthritis to even migraine. In women, sex also prompts production of estrogen, which can reduce the pain of PMS.

    - Less-frequent colds and flu: Wilkes University in Pennsylvania says individuals who have sex once or twice a week show 30% higher levels of an antibody called immunoglobulin A, which is known to boost the immune system.

    - Better bladder control: Heard of Kegel exercises? You do them, whether you know it or not, every time you stem your flow of urine. The same set of muscles is worked during sex.

    - Better teeth: Seminal plasma contains zinc, calcium and other minerals shown to retard tooth decay. Since this is a family Web site, we will omit discussion of the mineral delivery system. Suffice it to say that it could be a far richer, more complex and more satisfying experience than squeezing a tube of Crest--even Tartar Control Crest. Researchers have noted, parenthetically, that sexual etiquette usually demands the brushing of one's teeth before and/or after intimacy, which, by itself, would help promote better oral hygiene.

    - A happier prostate? Some urologists believe they see a relationship between infrequency of ejaculation and cancer of the prostate. The causal argument goes like this: To produce seminal fluid, the prostate and the seminal vesicles take such substances from the blood as zinc, citric acid and potassium, then concentrate them up to 600 times. Any carcinogens present in the blood likewise would be concentrated. Rather than have concentrated carcinogens hanging around causing trouble, it's better to evict them. Regular old sex could do the job. But if the flushing of the prostate were your only objective, masturbation might be a better way to go, especially for the non-monogamous male. Having sex with multiple partners can, all by itself, raise a man's risk of cancer by up to 40%. That's because he runs an increased risk of contracting sexual infections. So, if you want the all the purported benefits of flushing with none of the attendant risk, go digital. A study recently published by the British Journal of Urology International asserts that men in their 20s can reduce by a third their chance of getting prostate cancer by ejaculating more than five times a week.

    While possession of a robust appetite for sex--and the physical ability to gratify it--may not always be the cynosure of perfect health, a reluctance to engage can be a sign that something is seriously on the fritz, especially where the culprit is an infirm erection.

    Dr. J. Francois Eid, a urologist with Weill Medical College of Cornell University and New York Presbyterian Hospital, observes that erectile dysfunction is extension of vascular system. A lethargic member may be telling you that you have diseased blood vessels elsewhere in your body. "It could be a first sign of hypertension or diabetes or increased cholesterol levels. It's a red flag that you should see your doctor." Treatment and exercise, says Dr. Eid, can have things looking up again: "Men who exercise and have a good heart and low heart rate, and who are cardio-fit, have firmer erections. There very definitely is a relationship."

    But is there such a thing as too much sex?

    The answer, in purely physiological terms, is this: If you're female, probably not. If you're male? You betcha.

    Dr. Claire Bailey of the University of Bristol says there is little or no risk of a woman's overdosing on sex. In fact, she says, regular sessions can not only firm a woman's tummy and buttocks but also improve her posture.

    Dr. George Winch Jr., an obstetrician/gynecologist in Elko, Nev., concurs. If a woman is pre-menopausal and otherwise healthy, says Dr. Winch, her having an extraordinary amount of intercourse ought not to pose a problem. "I don't think women can have too much intercourse," he says, "so long as no sexually transmitted disease is introduced and there's not an inadvertent pregnancy. Sometimes you can have a lubrication problem. If you have that, there can be vaginal excoriation--vaginal scrape."

    Women who abstain from sex run some risks. In postmenopausal women, these include vaginal atrophy. Dr. Winch has a middle-aged patient of whom he says: "She hasn't had intercourse in three years. Just isn't interested. The opening of her vagina is narrowing from disuse. It's a condition that can lead to dysparenia, or pain associated with intercourse. I told her, 'Look, you'd better buy a vibrator or you're going to lose function there.'"

    As for men, urologist Eid says it's definitely possible to get too much of a good thing, now that drugs such as Viagra and Levitra have given men far more staying power than may actually be good for them.

    The penis, says Eid, is wonderfully resilient. But everything has its limits. Penile tissues, if given too roistering or prolonged a pummeling, can sustain damage. In cases you'd just as soon not hear about, permanent damage.

    "Yes," says Dr. Eid, "It is possible for a young man who is very forceful and who likes rough sex, to damage his erectile tissue." The drugs increase rigidity; moreover, they make it possible for a man to have second and third orgasms without having to wait out intermission.

    "I see it in pro football players," says Eid. "They use Viagra because they're so sexually active. What they demand of their body is unreasonable. It's part of playing football: you play through the pain." This type of guy doesn't listen to his body. He takes a shot of cortisone, and keeps on going. And they have sex in similar fashion."

    There's a reason the penis, in its natural state, undergoes a period of flaccidity: That's when it takes a breather. The blood within it is replenished with oxygen. "During an erection," explains Eid, "very little blood flows to the penis. During thrusting, pressure can go as high as 200 mil of water. Zero blood flows into penis at that time." To absorb oxygen, the tissue must become relaxed. "If you do not allow the penis to rest, then the muscle tissue does not get enough oxygen. The individual gets prolonged erections, gets decreased oxygen to tissue, and could potentially suffer priapism." (We recommend you get a medical encyclopedia and look it up.) "The muscle becomes so engorged, it's painful. Pressure inside starts to increase. Cells start dying. More pressure and less blood flow. Eventually the muscle dies. Then there's scarring. That's why it's considered an emergency."
     
  8. Msanii

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    mh
    nadhani siamini sana ktk hilo ila kuna wanaopata nafuu pia
     
  9. R

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    Ni kweli mkuu hata kama mmegombana hili tendo linaweza kuawarudisha hali ya kawaida
     
  10. Shishi

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    the benefits definitely outweigh the losses/negatives.....i love the feel good feeling ouch!!!
     
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    Use your Hand
     
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    Hivi nilisikia akina mama wakiwa na wapenzi wengi ni rahisi zaidi kupata kansa ya uzazi! Je hii ni kweli?

    je sex is good kwa kuwa na mpenzi mmoja au wengi kama Jacob Zuma au King Mswati?
     
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    ....swali zuri. Katika swali la nyongeza ambalo ni la kitaalamu zaidi; kuna uhusiano gani baina ya multiple partners na fibroids, myoma nk kwa kina dada wa siku hizi? mauvimbe hayo yamekuwa kama 'fashion'... 1 in 10 niliowasikia unakuta keshafanyiwa Op ya kuondoa hayo manyama nyama... au ni matokeo ya vyakula na maisha tu?

    WoS, Nyamayao, shishi, Penny, Belinda Jacob, Mwanajamii, Pretty na wengineo naomba busara zenu...
     
  14. Junius

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    nimewahi kusoma pahala kuwa ni kweli mw'mke akiwa na wapenzi wengi anakuwa katika hatari ya kupata kansa ya kizazi.Hapa wataalamu wa masuala ya uzazi wanaweza wakatuelimisha zaidi.
    Tendo la ndoa (maoni yangu) vizuri zaidi uwe na mwenza mmoja, kwa usalama zaidi wa afya yako, na mkiweza kuongeza vikorombwezo mtafurahia zaidi. Kwani hata mchele mmoja unanogwa kwa mapishi tofauti.
     
  15. Pretty

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    Kuhusu fibroids ni aina ya uvimbe ambao hausababishwi na kuwa na wapenzi wengi.
    Elimu niijuayo mie kuhusu fibroids ni kwamba kama mwanamke hajazaa muda mrefu au hajafanikiwa kuzaa (kushika mimba kwenye uterus) ana uwezekano mkubwa wa kupata fibroids. Na nimeeona wadada na wamama wengi tu ambao hawajazaa muda mrefu au hawakuzaa kabisa wengi wameathirika na tatizo hili.
    Vile vile wataalamu wanasema kula beef (cow meat) kwa sana inaweza kusababisha hili tatizo kwa wanawake.
    Mambo ya urithi pia yanaweza kusababisha hizi fibroids. kuna magonjwa ya urithi ambao hutokea kwenye koo za watu.
    Hakuna ukweli wowote kwamba cancer ya kizazi husababishwa na kuwa na wapenzi wengi.
     
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    Mtume! haya ndo madhara ya kuchanganya radha tofauti mala nene mala nyembamba mala ndefu mala fupi jamani si wawe wanapendelea size moja tu?
     
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    Asante sana Mwana kwetu....Maandiko yako ni Elimu Tosha.Fibroids ni tatizo kubwa kwa wadada wengi wenye umri wa 30+ ambao hawajawahi kupata mtoto,na takwimu zinaonyesha watu weusi ni more likely kupata Fibroids ukilinganisha na wenzetu Wazungu na Latino.

    Mara nyingi madaktari wanashauri upasuaji ili kuondoa huo uvimbe ambao kwa wanawake wengi unasababisha excessive bleeding wakati wa period.Kuna aina mbalimbali za Fibroids,lakini ni kweli kwamba kuna aina ya Fibroids ambazo hukua na kusababisha saratani ya kizazi.

    Hakuna ukweli wowote wa kuhusisha sex kwa wingi na watu tofauti na ugonjwa huu wa Fibroids.
    Mara nyingi Fibroids huota kwenye Mirija ya mayai (Fallopian tubes) au Mji wa mimba (Uterus) na huangukia kwenye kundi la wanawake ambao kati ya miaka 10-15 toka wakue wamekaa bila kupata mtoto.
     
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    Naomba nami niongezee kama ifuatavyo:
    1.Kuna uhusiano kati ya kansa ya kizazi na multiple sex partners.Hii inatokea hasa kwa wanawake ambao wanaanza sex mapema,na wanashiriki na waaume wengi bila kutumia condom na hasa wanaume wasiotahiriwa.Kuna HPV- Human Papiloma Virus ambazo huwepo kwenye sehemu ya mwanaume na inamwingia mwanamke na kushambulia cervix.Hii ni kwa kifupi -
    2.Fibroids kama alivyosema Mwawado inawapata weusi zaidi japo hata weupe wanalo sana hilo tatizo.Siyo lazima kuwapata wanawake ambao hawajazaa tu.Inakuwa rahisi kuhusisha na wasiozaa kwa sababu fibroids ni moja ya sababu zinazofanya mwanamke asishike mimba na wanapoenda kutafuta tiba ya kutokuzaa hufanyiwa upasuaji na hivyo kuingia haraka kwenye takwimu.Fibroid huweza na huwapata sana wanawake waliokwisha kuvuka umri wa 30-40 na inatokea kwa sababu ya hormones kwenye mwili na ukiangalia umri huo pia ni karibia kuingia menopause.Mara nyingi kinachofanya mwanamke kutafuta tiba ni kero ya excess bleeding ambayo humfanya pia kuwa na upungufu wa damu.Kwa wale wanaoweza kuvumilia, basi hali hii itakuja kujirekebisha yenyewe pale menopause kamili itakapoingia maana haya mauvimbe yata shrink kwa kukosa damu ya kuyarutubisha.Dawa permanent ya kuondokana na tatizo ni hysterectomy - kuondoa kizazi kwa vile fibroids zikiondolewa zina kawaida ya kukua tena.Hyste.inawezakuwa radical ( uterus,cervix na fallopian tubes na ovaries kuondolewa) au partial kwa maana ya kubakiza cervix na f/tubes na ovaries ambapo advantage yake ni kubakiza hormonal functions zinazomfanya mwanamke kubaki mwanamke kweli - sex libido inakuwepo bado, ngozi yake inaendelea kuwa nzuri n.k.Radical inapelekea moja kwa moja kama menopause na matatizo yake .
     
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    Je haya matatizo hayawakumbi wanaume wanao sex na wanawake wengi au wa kila aina?
     
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    Re-check your facts!

    Studies have found a number of factors that may increase the risk of cervical cancer na having multiple partners is one of them. Some of the leading factors are as folows:

    Human papillomaviruses (HPVs): HPV infection is the main risk factor for cervical cancer. HPV is a group of viruses that can infect the cervix. HPV infections are very common. These viruses can be passed from person to person through sexual contact. Most adults have been infected with HPV at some time in their lives. Some types of HPV can cause changes to cells in the cervix. These changes can lead to genital warts, cancer, and other problems.

    Sexual history: Women who have had many sexual partners have a higher-than-average risk of developing cervical cancer. Also, a woman who has had sexual intercourse with a man who has had many sexual partners may be at higher risk of developing cervical cancer. In both cases, the risk of developing cervical cancer is higher because these women have a higher-than-average risk of HPV infection.

    Smoking cigarettes: Women with an HPV infection who smoke cigarettes have a higher risk of cervical cancer than women with HPV infection who do not smoke.

    Using birth control pills for a long time: Using birth control pills for a long time (5 or more years) may increase the risk of cervical cancer among women with HPV infection.

    Having many children: Studies suggest that giving birth to many children may increase the risk of cervical cancer among women with HPV infection.

    and many more

    These factors may act together to increase the risk even more.
     
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