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Monday, December 2, 2013

Needs Of Adult Women In The Light Of Islamic Values








In Islam, reproduction is not seen sole benefit to copulation, rather it is an act of sadaqah and Allah has created intercourse with many side benefits and encourages women to be 'playful' with their spoces. Islam encourages kindness, warmth and affection across relationships and many sciences have tracked many benefits of affection and intimacy. Across relationships, such as friends, parents-to child and so on, general affection between people, such as hugging, hand-holding and cuddling have proven to reduce stress levels and foster to feelings of wellness. A loving marriage can be the healthies, physically, emotionally and spiritually- relationship two people can have. "[ your wives] are a garment for you and you are a garment for them." (Qur'an 2:187). Studies have shown that kissing can reduce the levels of hormone cortisol, which thus reduces feelings of stress. Similarly, kissing and foreplay are important elements to increase closeness in couples, and to help women acheive orgasm. Orgasms have proven to have immence health benefits for women, including helping to have regular menstrual cycles, increasing DHEA hormones which improves brain and immune system functioning, protecting against heart disease and osteoporosis, as well as the general feelings of wellness that occures from stimulating hypothalamus gland and releasing oxytocin hormones. About 28 % of women never experience orgasm and about 70 % of the women relay that they do not experience orgasm without the stimulation of clitoris. In order for spouces to have good relations in the bedroom, they neee to follow the Prophetic advices of mutual respect and open communications outside of the bedroom. An excellent resource for improving intimate marital relations is Megan Wyatt's free ebook "greater Than 'sexy'- The Muslim Wife's Guide to discovering what is Greater than "Sexy" in a Spiritually Conscious Marriage'. Courtsy Brooke Beneoit (www.onislam.net)

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