There are certain milestones in a relationship. They can also include the first burp in front of each other, or as simple as taking a piss with the door open. But the classic one is the one, concerned with this article, is Farting.

Leah DeCesare, an American psychologist, is one of these experts who has released many articles about relationships and parenting. According to DeCesare, many people are afraid to be free with their partners, but this is wrong. DeCesare says that breaking wind while being with your partner is nothing to be afraid of – it’s a completely natural thing she equals to laughter, crying or hunger. She also says that women should fart in front of their partners for several reasons.

AN EXCLUSIVE RELATIONSHIP

The “weaker sex” is associated with tenderness, sweetness and fragility, but farting in front of your partner can send a positive message that he is the only one you want. After all, you surely want the love of your life to be your best friend, right? This degree of sincerity will bring your relationship to another level and make it more honest and exclusive.

INTERNAL JOKES

Many people consider breaking wind in company a funny thing, which can lead to internal jokes and strengthen the relationships.

NO SECRETS

Farting in front of your partner will make your relationship more sincere and sends a message that there are no secrets between the two of you. If you don’t feel the need to hold your gasses in, you won’t hide anything else.

FARTING IS SEXY

Yes, it is! Is your partner attracted to you after you come home sweaty after a run or hitting the gym? If he likes you then, why would you be afraid to fart in front of him? Don’t hold the gasses in – just break the wind and be free!

DeCesare says that farting can bring a couple together. It’s the perfect way of expressing that you feel free in front of your partner and may be the start of a good and long relationship. So fart all you want – it may be the thing that takes your relationship to a new level!

However, there is some good news and it’s not for the victims here. A recent study from the University of Exeter is raising suspicion that farts can actually good for your health.

One of the researchers in this study, Dr. Mark Wood said that “Although hydrogen sulfide is well known as a pungent, foul-smelling gas in rotten eggs and flatulence, it is naturally produced in the body and could, in fact, be a healthcare hero with significant implications for future therapies for a variety of diseases.”

The main ingredient in question, Hydrogen Sulfide, causes the horrendous smells that follow your silent demon.

These researchers have found that the microbial byproduct can actually have benefits for the individual. Major implications include reduced chances of heart attacks, strokes, and cancer, including arthritis and dementia in the long run.

t does not end there. Mitochondria, which drives the energy production in cells, can be preserved by smelling the compound included in the farts.

Professor Matt Whiteman went on to claim that “When cells become stressed by disease, they draw in enzymes to generate minute quantities of hydrogen sulfide,”. He also said, “This keeps the mitochondria ticking over and allows cells to live. If this doesn’t happen, the cells die and lose the ability to regulate survival and control inflammation.”

In order to test out their theory, they created a compound called AP39. This process delivers very small amounts of gas to the mitochondria. It was after this test that they concluded that if stressed cells are treated with AP39, they stay alive without harming the mitochondria.

After this, it’s safe to say that the culprit has a solid argument as to why they farted in bed. Let it rip!

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There are certain milestones in a relationship. They can also include the first burp in front of each other, or as simple as taking a piss with the door open. But the classic one is the one, concerned with this article, is Farting. Leah DeCesare, an American psychologist, is one...