According to a new study, getting intimate might lesson the chance of you getting sick this winter from a cold…
TheBerry.com says that a new study found “that frequency of sexual activity had a direct relationship with immunity levels.”
The study found that people who were getting intimate once or twice a week “had 30 percent more immunoglobulin A” than those who weren’t having sex.
The article says that immunoglobulin A is “an antibody that serves as the first line of defense against the cold virus.”
Read more on the study HERE