New research from the Kinsey Institute was recently published in Depression and Anxiety, the official journal of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. The study explores findings regarding sexual function and anti-depressant use in women. The number of women experiencing negative side effects to their sex lives is prolific and distressing to a lot of sufferers. Fortunately, the research has shown that a simple 30-minute exercise routine goes a long way in easing sexual problems. Exercise increases blood flow to the vagina and clitoris, improving arousal. Given the biological differences, this solution is specifically geared to women.
Read the full article here: Exercising Before Sex Helped Women Who Take Anti-Depressants