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Dr.  Mrembo Mapenzi


To:Kwambie Nyambane


CCWacha niKwambie Uzima readers                                  
 Date: Friday, 22nd July 2016 8:13p.m.



Dear  Kwambie,


I trust that this email finds you and your blog readers at a good place. Seems like the Champ enjoyed his second sports day ever!!!


Apologies from Dr. Love and I, we were not able to  make it for the coffee date as agreed  to share a  few pointers on good sex and the importance of sex to human wellness and is the reason why I send you this email to share with the esteemed readers of ‘Wacha niKwambie Uzima’ on the two subject areas mentioned.


It is imperative that a couple define what is good sex for them. Remember that there is no one size fits all when it comes to matters bedroom. Each couple and each partner is a unique being with unique sexual  desires, fantasies and needs. Sex is deemed bad when it does not meet our expectations and when it does not fulfill our needs It is therefore imperative that both partners share what their expectations in sex are.  For married couples, they should be able to share in early marriage what their expectations are and aggressively seek good sex. Good sex is a function of quantity and quality.
 The benefits of sex to human wellness are as follows:


1.       Reproduction: Most  babies are an output of a sexual encounter. On that note isn’t sex beautiful?


2.      Intimacy and pleasure: Through making love two souls that are in sync provide mutual pleasure and  satisfaction.
 Improves physical appearance: Adequate amounts of sex give that glow and youthful demeanour.  The act of sex burns calories and fat.
Better sleep:  Sex produces a hormone known as oxytocin that supports better sleep, stronger immunity and a longer lifespan.
 The hormone oxytocin also helps prevent and manage disease. It improves on our immunity.
RReduced risk for prostrate  cancer for men with high ejaculation ( that is more than twenty one times a month).
7.   For women who engage in sexual activity during menstruation, a level of protection against endometriosis is derived. They also experience sufficient vaginal lubrication.
8. Sex improves on our emotional well being. It aids  in relationship improvement and the general quality of life. Those with a healthy sex life are less likely to suffer psychiatric illness, depression and suicide. Sex reduces stress. It improves on the stability of relationships and increases relationship bonding and satisfaction.


Please share this email with the readers of Wacha niKwambie Uzima as it summarizes all that we had hoped to discuss with you last week.
Otherwise have a lovely Friday and I hope to catch up with you  for coffee  tomorrow to discuss the taboo topics of pornography and masturbation. I think that we could also discuss cyber sex that is now on the increase with the increase in digital networks.


Best regards,
Dr. Mapenzi Mrembo


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Disclaimer: Dr. Mrembo Mapenzi is a figment of the writer’s imagination and any resemblance to any person is highly regrettable.
Kwambie Nyambane
Kwambie Nyambane
Kwambie Nyambane is a Sales Force Effectiveness Manager in a leading bank in Kenya 'by day', a passionate inspirational blogger 'by night'; and a wellness enthusiast championing healthy lifestyle choices. The founder and lead writer of this blog is a Bsc. Food Science and Post -Harvest Technology graduate of the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya, holds an MBA in Marketing from the University of Nairobi and is currently pursuing a PhD in Business Administration from the University of Nairobi. Kwambie is a member of Bloggers Association of Kenya. She believes in taking life with a big spoon, seeing the cup always as half full, and enjoying the scenery in this journey called life. Kwambie is daughter to Lilly Moraa and James Nyambane, mother to one beloved son nicknamed "The Champ"; sister to Marci and beloved auntie to the A & Z girls. She and her family make Nairobi City, Kenya their home. This blog is dedicated to her parents Moraa and Nyambane for their awesome inspiration in her formative years, for being her pillar of strength through life, her siblings Marci and Joash, and to her son "The Champ" and her nieces who represent the generation that came after her. May the nuggets contained in this blog serve many generations, the world over to come.

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