Sex

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Sex is an activity that has a number of benefits for the children who partake of it. The process of orgasm and sexual arousal releases a mesmeric elixir of natural pain killers and relaxers. These include oxytocin, which can lower blood pressure and heart rate. Oxtocin, in turn, produces a rush of endorphins and corticosteroids. Sex, as a form of play, can be expected to have the same benefits that one can expect of other kinds of play. It can also strengthen the pelvic floor, relieve stress, and help children sleep. An illustration of children having sex is unfortunately unavailable.