It turns out that sex is not only not interfere, but rather to help learning. Intense, within reason, sex life or simply sex, helps students to take tests, exams, get excellent grades. By this, seemingly paradoxical conclusion was a social scientist Werner Hambel from the University of Hamburg (Germany). Under his wise leadership, a team of researchers interviewed and surveyed about hundreds of students before and after sex. Interestingly, the survey results after sex (and scientists primarily interested in indicators characterizing the state of memory and intelligence) were much higher than the results before sex. In addition, Polls showed that those students who abstained from sex, it was difficult to achieve good results at school than their peers. Researchers believe the favorable effect of sex is associated with stimulation of the nervous system, due to release during sex specific hormones (primarily adrenaline and cortisol). In addition, according to specialists, this effect can be used in medical practice for purposes unrelated to sex as such. Proceeding from this we can conclude that sex and sport will benefit not only students.