- The research was conducted by McGill University in Canada
- The researchers tested 78 heterosexual women ages 18 to 29.
A new study by McGill University reveal that regular “PVI” (penile-vaginal intercourse) improves memory power in women.
The researchers tested 78 heterosexual women, ages 18 to 29 found that the more sex the women reported, the higher their memory scores for words were but not faces, says a report in nationalpost .
In the journal 'Archives of Sexual Behavior', authors say experiments in rats found sex increases growth of nerve tissue in the hippocampus, the brain’s memory-forming region.
Similar research is conducted among men also and according to preliminary results the scientists are hinting that something similar might be going on for them too.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:59 PM