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Good sex life vital for overall health, says expert
« on: July 28, 2010, 06:17:46 PM »
Wednesday July 28, 2010
Good sex life vital for overall health, says expert

PETALING JAYA: Many people are shy to talk about it, but a good sex life is an important part of an individual's overall health.

"Sex can be a wonderful cementer or a terrible wedge for a relationship," said consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist Datuk Dr Nor Ashikin Mokhtar.

She will be presenting a talk titled "Good Health, Great Sex ... For A Better Life" at the upcoming FemmeCity event.

Dr Nor Ashikin, the founder and executive chairman of Primanora Medical Centre, is also a contributor to the Women's World column of The Star's Fit4Life pullout.

She acknowledged that keeping the sexual spark alive in a marriage or in a long-term relationship was easier said than done.

"However, couples who take time to cultivate and maintain healthy and satisfying sexual relations tend to be more connected with each other and do not suffer from depression, heart problems and other health maladies," she said.

Scientific evidence shows that good sex not only adds enjoyment to life but improves health and may even contribute to longevity.

"The daily routines of life challenge couples to keep alive that flame that initially brought them together," said Dr Nor Ashikin.

"Sexual intimacy should be one of the greatest pleasure of being human. No one wants to be with a partner who is merely going through the motions. Enjoy it or don't do it."

For more of Dr Nor Ashikin's advice, head to FemmeCity. Her talk will be held on July 31.

FemmeCity is organised by Clove, The Star's monthly women's pullout. The fair will be held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre from July 30 to Aug 1. Participation in this talk is free. To register, call 03-7967 1388 (ext 1456).