9 Things Which Happens To Your Body When You Stop Having Sex

Blog By Vignesh  |  02-10-17

These are pretty amazing facts...

#9 You might become more stressed

#9 You might become 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.


#8 Men Suffer From Erectile Dysfunction

#8   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.


#7 No, you’re not going to get “tighter”

#7 No, you’re not going to get “tighter”

It isn’t the fact that your hymen goes back to being all tight during those times, but yes some regular action does loosen up the skin.


#6 Your immune system becomes more vulnerable

#6   Your immune system becomes more vulnerable

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.


#5 Your Heart Might Suffer .

#5 Your Heart Might Suffer
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There is a general perception that when you stop having sex, your body’s sexual desire will drop and become less responsive to arousal


#4 You might take longer to get wet

#4 You might take longer to get wet

You do need to keep things tuned up down there for them to start up smoothly when you need them. Sexperts 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.


#3 Your risk of STIs and UTIs drop drastically

#3 Your risk of STIs and UTIs drop drastically

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.


#2 You sex drive might start declining

#2 You sex drive might start declining

There is a general perception that when you stop having sex, your body’s sexual desire will drop and become less responsive to arousal.


#1 You'll be less intelligent

#1 You'll be less intelligent

Scientists have legitimately proven that sexual activity boosts neural growth in your brain. Abstinence, on the other hand, does nothing for it.








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