Swimming exercise, if done continuously and regularly (3 times a week for 30 minutes), will increase the overall strength of the body and improve sexual function.
Studies at Harvard University show that swimming improves sexual function and quality of sex.
The study, conducted on 160 elderly male and female swimmers, found that their sex lives were similar to those in their 40s.
This exercise also plays a significant role in weight loss. Another study of 110 obese men with erectile dysfunction found that weight loss of as much as 10 percent was associated with a relative improvement in the disorder and an increase in the quality of sex.
According to obesity experts, especially abdominal obesity has a negative effect on sexual function.