'It's fun, it's sexy and when you're engaging in BDSM, there are levels that are highly explorative.'Here, we speak to Dr Kerner, other experts, and round up medical research to explain why kinky sex maybe better for you than you think...
Several studies have found that couples who engage in BDSM activities see a reduction in stress levels.
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Japanese culture is at times pretty much the exact reverse of western culture.Indeed, Dr Ian Kerner, a psychotherapist and sexuality counselor in New York, told Daily Mail Online that this kind of physical contact in BDSM can stimulate the body in far more ways than 'vanilla' sex.'BDSM, in the right context, can be arousing and sexual whether you're spanking, using a flogger, or using bondage,' Dr Kerner said.A 2009 study found that both dominants and submissives consistently had lower levels of cortisol after engaging in bondage compared to before.Cortisol, often called the 'stress hormone', regulates many changes in the body including blood sugar (glucose) levels, immune responses and inflammation.