Its just two separate things to have never done it or to have been doing that and stop it all of a sudden, yes here we are discussing about doing the sex. There are quite a few occasions or even months when we keep going with having gone under the sheets, so here it is a brief list about what happens to your body when you stop doing the sex.
1#. Your Heart Health Might Suffer
There are strong links between a healthy sex life and a strong heart. Both hormonal and aerobic benefits come from sex, although there’s no real definitive answer on what happens to your heart after you stop having sex. Although, if you’re the type of person who’s gonna take out your frustration at the gym, it may end up making your heart healthier.
2#. No, You’re Not Going To Get “Tighter”
Your “tightness” does not relate to the number of people you sleep with. It’s not like your hymen grows back after you stop having sex for a bit. However, the tissues in your vagina might get out of the habit of relaxing when aroused. It may take a little longer to get aroused next time you have sex. But don’t worry, they’ll definitely remember.
3#. Low Immune System
Studies show that regular sexual activity can contribute positively to your immune system, so when stop having sex, you lose those benefits. You are more prone to suffer illnesses and infections. While you are not having sex, you’re getting sick too.
4#. STIs And UTIs
Okay, so this one seems quite obvious. But it’s one of the positive side-effects of a dry spell. The STI part may seem pretty obvious, but since UTIs are generally caused by the transfer of bacteria to the urinary tract during sex, you’re basically all good.
5#. Risk Of Cancer Increases
For men, the risk of prostate cancer increases when they don’t have sex for a longer period of time. So it’s not a bad idea for men to “flush out” the pipes. Because then the risk is significantly reduced.
6#. Painful Periods
Sex is also known to alleviate pain, and is quite effective with period cramps. When women orgasm while on their period, they have a uterine contraction which expels blood more quickly, thus helping to relieve pain. If you stop having sex, you may experience more pain during periods.
7#. Discomfort During Sex
The time you have sex after a long break, you may feel pain down there, and there may be vaginal soreness after. There also may be some muscle pain, because your body has got used to not having sex. It’s just like going for a run after a long time.
8#. Your Mental Performance May Increase
Depending on who you are, this may or may not be true for you. Some people feel that abstinence can increase the amount of energy you have to allocate toward mental functions. Studies have found, however, that sexual activity boosts neuron growth in the brain’s hippocampus. The same can’t be said for abstinence even if it does help increase productivity.
9#. You Might Take Longer To Get Wet
It’s kind of like regular maintenance on a car. You need to keep things tuned up down there in order for them to start up when you need them. Sex health experts have pointed out that the process of getting “wet” benefits from regular activity. If you stop for a bit, you may need some extra time to get going when you hop back into things.
10#. You Grow Apart From Your Partner
If you’re in a relationship, you may start getting insecure about the connection you have with your honey. To that end, other people are going to become more attractive to you. Take this as a sign that a healthy sex life is important.
11#. You Self-Esteem Might Suffer
You may feel less attractive and more sad. It’s believed semen has anti-depressant qualities – and no, that’s not just something men have made up so we blow them. Using a condom can have these negative reactions as well.
12#. More Stressed
Some studies show that people who have sex less frequently have higher blood pressure when dealing with stressful situations. Lack of sex could have a poor impact on your ability to cope with anxious moments.
13#. Men Suffer From Erectile Dysfunction
We are quite aware that regular sexual activity has positive effects on a man’s ability to get erections. There is very little concrete evidence which says that men might suffer from erectile dysfunction if the dry spell is continued for long.
14#. Your Dreams Change
You may suddenly notice that you’re having strange dreams when your sex life is suffering. Some people start having dreams about sex or start having orgasms in their sleep.
15#. You May Lose Your Desire To Have Sex Over Time
When your body notices that you are going through a dry spell sexually, the production of sex hormones is reduced. You will feel less like having sex if you have been abstinent for a long period of time. In addition, your libido will be affected. This is all due to your sex hormones slowly diminishing.
Well, there you have it. If those aren’t good reasons to put your tools to good use while they’re functioning, we don’t know what are. If you found this article helpful, please share with friends and family by clicking the button below!