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Apparently the headache excuse is real

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Someone clearly had a point to prove….that when your missus says she has a headache that means no, rather than going to get her a couple of Panadol

It’s taken an army of mice (and a group of clever Canadian researchers) to crack open an old sexual chestnut and get at the meat inside: For women, “Not tonight dear, I have a headache” is not a passive-aggressive rebuff to a mate’s sexual invitation (not always, at least). It’s a biological phenomenon with deep evolutionary roots.

Even for females who’ve never watched a 1950s movie or been schooled in the art of sexual gamesmanship, bodily pain puts a serious damper on sexual desire, new research has revealed.

And pain reduction can help restore libido squelched by physical discomfort (which suggests that fetching an analgesic and a glass of water might be a better strategy than sulking or wheedling). ? Read more »

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Forget Panadol, a good root is all you need

Most men instinctively know this, sex beats panadol for curing headaches, for some reason women are slow on?the?uptake…and they are the ones that always have the headache. Even though this is a good sales technique any proper bloke can tell you it has a poor success rate.

In fact sex is the cure for many illnesses and maladies.

A team of neurologists found that sexual activity can lead to ?partial or complete relief? of head pain in some migraines.

The study, from the University of Munster, Germany, suggests that instead of using a sore head as an excuse to refuse sex, making love can be more effective than taking painkillers.

Their research, reported in Cephalalgia, the journal of the International Headache Society, found that more than half of migraine sufferers who had sex during an episode experienced an improvement in symptoms.? Read more »

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