“Fans of bondage and S&M report better mental health” says the NHS UK (National Health Service)

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People still in 2020 have this bizarre notion that if you’re kinky, you’re weird but if most people took a look at themselves, they would realise that everyone has a little kink or fetish somewhere. If you type into Google “mental health and bdsm” you are immediately inundated with why both together are a great combination and it’s mainly because anyone and everyone who can be themselves in an environment or with someone that accepts who they are, their minds are far more settled.

People who engaged in BDSM appeared to have a good mental health profile, and compared to control participants were:

  • improved mental health
  • improved reltationships
  • less stress
  • less neurotic
  • more extraverted
  • more open to new experiences
  • more conscientious
  • less sensitive to rejection
  • had a higher sense of wellbeing

There is also evidence that regular sex in romantic relationships can lead to health benefits, So should you invest in a pair of handcuffs for your health and wellbeing? The NHS said it’s down to personal preference rather than science and we say, if it’s with a consenting adult then you should definitely give it a go!

The full report: https://www.nhs.uk/news/mental-health/fans-of-bondage-and-sm-report-better-mental-health/

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