Exercise alleviates sexual side-effects of antidepressants

Exercise before sex could help alleviate sexual side-effects of antidepressants in women.

Researchers found that women who exercised for just 30 minutes before intercourse experienced stronger libidos and overall improvements in sexual functioning than those who did not exercise.

Moderate exercise counteracts the depressive effects of antidepressants by activating the sympathetic nervous system, which facilitates blood flow to the genital region.

Read more at The University of Texas at Austin