Bulletproof 7-Day Sex Challenge

  • Maybe you want to sleep better, or feel less stressed. Perhaps you want to feel closer to your partner. Sex can help.
  • Regular sex supercharges your mental and physical performance and can make you happier, stronger, and more resilient.
  • And if you’re single, no problem. A lot of the benefits of sex come from having an orgasm, so masturbation counts.
  • For the next week, commit to daily sex with your partner or masturbate to orgasm every day.
  • Track how you feel before, midway through the challenge, and once you’re done. Note what benefits you feel at the end, and what surprised you about the challenge. 

Maybe you want to sleep better, or feel less stressed. Perhaps you want to feel closer to your partner. Sex can help. Getting intimate with your significant other carries all kinds of benefits. Regular sex supercharges your mental and physical performance and can make you happier, stronger, and more resilient. And if you’re single, no problem. A lot of the benefits of sex come from having an orgasm. So whether you reach the Big-O with someone else or you get there solo, you’ll still enjoy many of the positive effects.

Studies show that more isn’t always better, and that having sex just once a week is enough to make people happier.[1] But sometimes it helps to warm up the engine a bit. That’s where the Bulletproof 7-Day Sex Challenge comes in. For the next week, commit to daily sex with your partner, or masturbate to orgasm every day. 

Track how you feel before, midway through the challenge, and once you’re done. Note what benefits you feel at the end, and whether it was difficult or a cinch. Did anything surprise you? Hopefully, you’ll feel great and be inspired to move sex near the top of your list of priorities.

To get started, read about these biohacks to better sex and try these science-backed ways to boost your sex drive.

You’re 7 days away from a happier and calmer you.

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