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As if a toned body and calmer mind weren’t enough, practicing yoga also makes you a nicer person—who has better sex, according to two new studies.
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By Jenna Bergen for Prevention

PreventionAs if a toned body and calmer mind weren’t enough, practicing yoga also makes you a nicer person—who just happens to have better sex, according to two new studies.

According to a Journal of Holistic Nursing study, yogis credit their practice for making them nicer, kinder, and more patient. And just two hours of yoga a week is enough for a boost in the bedroom, finds a study from the International Society For Sexual Medicine.

Keep reading to see how yoga can bring out the best in you…

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