What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Having Sex!
We all go through a dry spell every now and then. There’s plenty of reasons why someone hasn’t been sexually active for a while. It can be because you’ve gone through a break-up recently and simply aren’t interested in physical intimacy. Or maybe you’re, for various reasons, deciding to abstain from sex for a period of time.
This can happen to people in relationships too. Maybe the attraction isn’t there anymore or you and your partner have been too busy or tired from everyday life to hit the sheets. And it’s easy to convince ourselves that it isn’t important or vital to our health. However, regular sexual activity is quite beneficial to the body.
There is research proving that when we don’t engage in sexual relations for two or more weeks our body may experience significant changes. So, sex isn’t just about feeling good, but also staying healthy!
- Stress levels can increase
During sex, endorphin, one of the happiness hormones, is released. Endorphins are natural stress relievers and a great way to give yourself a mood boost. Studies have proven that people who have sex regularly tend to be less stressed in everyday life. So, to keep yourself relaxed, stay busy in the bedroom.