Good sex boosts the immune system but does not prevent Covid-19 – Doctor

The Chief Executive Officer for Noble Trust Hospital, Dr. George Donkor has killed claims that sex shields individuals from coronavirus.

The medical doctor said it is medically unfounded and has asked the public to disregard such claims.

Talking on Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, he said “it is medically unfounded that sex prevents coronavirus. This is false.”

He said factors that could help support an immune system is good rest, decrease of pressure and good blood course.

Dr. Donkor noted that what “excellent sex” does is to facilitate these benefits and not to prevent COVID-19.

He added that good sex helps in lessening heart issues, brings down the risk of respiratory failure and improves rest design and decrease general torments.

Good sex he further clarified produces dopamine a sort of neurotransmitter which triggers satisfaction and excitement, and when you are more joyful, your immune system gets solid and much well and awesome.

He advised individuals to receive good dietary patterns so they will like the full benefits of good sex.

He advised you cannot supplant sound dinners and drug with sex.

A few people have addressed whether it is advisable to have intercourse particularly when the public authority has asked individuals to remain indoors when they have nothing doing.

Specialists have expressed that on the off chance that one and his or her sexual partner are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 ā€“ a dry persistent hack, temperature, or trouble breathing ā€“ they should limit all close physical contact to stop the spread of the infection.

This means avoiding physical intimacy, such as kissing and cuddling, as well as anal, vaginal, or oral sex.

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