With a bit of practice, you can relax your muscles and lower your stress levels.
You can also improve your sex life, according to a new study by Dr. Michael D. Karp, director of the Mayo Clinic’s Center for Integrative Medicine and director of medical education for the Center for Sexual Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital.
“With the right technique, anal massage is a wonderful way to relax muscles and reduce stress levels,” Karp said.
“If you massage the anus, you don’t get constipation, and you don’t get cramping.
The muscles relax.
That means you don t get any cramping, and that’s a good thing.
You get the benefits of a lot of exercises.
And it’s safe.
It’s not a very spicy thing.”
In the study, published online on July 6 in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, researchers looked at 1,000 men and women with low back pain and found that the average patient had lower back pain scores and had lower muscle strength and strength in the buttocks.
The researchers also compared the pain scores of men and men with sciatic pain to those of a control group of men with low pain.
“What you’re seeing is a pretty remarkable finding,” Karm said.
“You have guys who have back pain that’s lower than what you’d see in a healthy man, and then you have guys with sciatically pain that are doing better.”
The study also found that those who had lower pain scores were more likely to have a positive attitude toward the pain.
But, Karp noted, that’s not necessarily true for everyone.
“Some people have lower pain, but they have less positive attitudes about their back,” he said.
The researchers also looked at the pain score of men who had a lower back condition and found a correlation between pain and the amount of time they spent with the doctor.
In other words, a more pain-free person would be more likely than someone who was not experiencing pain to have an appointment with the physician, and vice versa.
Karp said the findings suggest that, while the benefits might seem overwhelming, in fact, the benefits may be very modest.
“It doesn’t mean that you don ‘t feel any pain, just that it’s a very small amount of pain,” he told ABC News.
“In the long run, it’s really a small amount that you can control and make a difference in the short run.”
For example, the pain of sciaticitis might feel like it’s overwhelming to some people, but if you’re able to manage it, you may actually have a more productive work environment, Karm added.
While this study does not prove that anal massage is safe, it suggests that you should take the practice seriously and consider taking it a few times a week, especially if you have a lower-back condition.
“The main thing is that it has to be done with care and sensitivity and with the intention of reducing pain,” Kars said.
You might want to do it on your back, but also on your butt and on the thighs, so you’re not going to have cramping on the back or the buttocks, Kars added.