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5 Reasons Why Sex Tech Is Convenient: Why You Should Partake

It is no surprise that technology advancement is exponential. It’s even taking a spike in the sex industry. From some of our previous blogs, you may have read about the stigma some people get who are technosexuals. In the second part of the series, software applications sex technology was discussed and included a list of popular apps. One thing is for certain, technology makes most processes easier, and simplifies our lives.

In our current era, people are busier than ever attending school, working to buy a home, or building a business. Pair that with the statistics of the divorced and the single by choice population, and you’ve got one extremely busy and sexually lonely society. Unless you’re having a lot of sex with other singles (: That can be inconsistent and sometimes unstable. You want to protect your sexual health and be good to your body. So where can you find consistent sex, safe sex, and convenient sex?

Sexual technology can ease the pain. The best part about technosexuality is that it’s your secret. You can be as private or public about it. Start a technosexual public movement, or have a nice night in with some popcorn and rechargeable batteries. Having sex technology at your home or in your back pocket makes sex convenient. Have sex when you want and where you want. You can definitely bring more meaning to ‘Love Making Machine’, simply because that is just what these machines are intended to do.

If you’re currently not having any sex at all, whether you don’t have a current partner or feel like masturbation is wrong, then you should check out these health benefits you could have while traveling with a vibrator or sleeve:

1. Sex Reduces Stress.

If you’re stressed out from overworking yourself and hitting the books hard in university, then you should take a moment to have sex – with yourself. If you’ve got no time for a partner, then you should invest in some technosexuality.

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2. Your Immune System Gets A Boost From Sex.

A study conducted by researchers at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania found that people who have sex at a minimum of two times a week had higher levels of antibodies in comparison to the control group who had sex at all. When you have sex, immune defense antibodies, like immunoglobulin A, are released.

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3. Sex Lowers Blood Pressure & Is Good For Your Heart.

When you have a moment to run into the bathroom, take out your sex tech. The University of Paisley conducted a study that found sex to reduce the diastolic blood pressure. This can make your heart healthier if you generally have high blood pressure and your heart is overworked. Take the pressure off and turn on the buzz.

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4. Sex Helps You Sleep Better.

The act of having sex increases your heart rate, it’s just like exercise, except more pleasurable. After ‘the act’, you feel relaxed. West Hollywood Psychiatrist Sheenie Ambardar, MD noted that after an orgasm, hormones called prolactin are released into your bloodstream, which is responsible for the feelings of relaxation and sleepiness after sex.

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5. Sex Makes You Look Younger.

Apparently, having sex multiple times a week can make you appear younger than you really are. David Weeks, a Scottish clinical neuropsychologist at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, wrote in his book Secrets of the Superyoung, that the “super young” people who, on average, appear ten or more years younger than their actual age look youthful because they share a host of similar characteristics, including keen minds, better sex lives, and more energy.

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There you have it. It’s alright to have good clean fun. Just because you are really busy with school, work, social lives does not mean you have to skip out on sex. And just like traditional sex, technosexuality gets better with time because the advancements in technology are consistently increasing exponentially. You can get the next sex tech that is ‘Harder, Better Faster, and Stronger.’



Danielle E. Brockman is a blog contributor for Secure Single. For guest writing inquiries, contact her via

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Danielle has chosen to be single in her walk of life. She experienced dating in her late teens and early twenties, and had always felt each relationship was unfulfilling. To find more meaning in her life, she broke off to go down a path of self-discovery.
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