It’s a well-known observation having s3x can make you feel better emotionally, it keeps you healthy, and it’s fun. But what about if you’re having too much s3x? As they say south of the border, “demasiado s3xo,” or too much s3x, can have negative repercussions. Alas, too much of a good thing even applies to s3x, which might be the best thing. Most of you don’t have to worry about most of the things that happen to your body when you have too much s3x, but if you’re hitting the sheets on a daily basis, you should read up on these s3xaholic problems to make sure you’re staying healthy. Our bodies suddenly decide we should be running marathons, our neurons are stoked to be alive, and who can forget the orgasms? But the physical effects of too much s3x can take a violent toll on our bodies; leaving us broken pieces of meat who can’t stop bleeding (nasty! but seriously…). To be fair, there are a couple of good things that come along with having non-stop s3x. So what happens if you have s3x every day? Hmmm. Like building muscles, you get better. S3x help you sleep deeper. You may fall asleep within minutes of having s3x. If you have s3x in the morning, you will be more relaxed during the day. Sometimes s3x is a quickie and sometimes we savor it for hours. Sometimes the best s3x is refraining for a few days if you are on a trip, and then it feels really good!. In this article, we will tell you about some advantages and disadvantages of having s3x every day!


  • S3x is fun, and you should be having as much of it as you can; and
  • They’re all missing out on the many well-documented health benefits of having s3x regularly.
Of course, that’s not always possible for various reasons maybe your partner is out of town, or you’re just in between relationships. But what actually happens to your body when you have s3x regularly? Here are six of the most surprising benefits.

1. Lots of S3x Can Make Your Heart Stronger

The most obvious health benefit that comes with having a bunch of s3x is the work out you get from all that pumping, thrusting, and spinning (you spin during s3x right?), which helps you have a healthy heart. According to E. Dean Nukta, MD, medical director of interventional cardiology “When it comes to s3x and your heart, the benefits go both ways. If you have a healthy heart, you are more likely to have frequent s3x, and a healthy s3x life may also decrease your heart attack risk factors.” What does the vague promise of a “healthy heart” mean? It means lower blood pressure, less stress, and all the delicious blood you could ever want to flow through your veins.

2. You Will Remain Active and Younger as a Teenager

You know that old expression, “if you don’t use it, you lose it?” Science suggests that to a degree, that might be true. A 2008 study in the American Journal of Medicine concluded that men in their 50s, 60s, and 70s who weren’t s*xually actie  were more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction.

3. Your Blood Pressure Can Spike

A great night of lovemaking can make literally everything else in the world feel better. Science says that’s not a coincidence. In fact, a 2006 study in the medical journal Biological Psychology found that people who were having regular s3x had lower levels of blood pressure than those who weren’t.

4. Your Work Performance Improves

Most dry spells have two parts: the part where you’re insanely horny and turned on by even a slightly curvaceous frying pain; and the part where you’re down in the dumps and can’t even be motivated to get off the couch. Apparently, that can even spill over into your employee satisfaction. An Oregon State University study found that couples with an active s3x life were much happier at work. “Maintaining a healthy relationship that includes a healthy s3x life will help employees stay happy and engaged in their work, which benefits the employees and the organizations they work for,” says Keith Leavitt, an associate professor at the college.

5. Keeps Your Mood pleasant

Apparently, there’s a scientific reason for that. Neuroscientist Dr. Debra W Soh said that during orgasm “endorphins are released that can help to improve your mood. So, if you tend to use s3x as a way of coping with stress, a dry spell can be doubly frustrating.”

6. Your Immune System Improves

Orgasms are incredibly beneficial to your immune system, as psychologists Carl Charnetski and Francis Brennan Jr found. They conducted a study where they asked patients who were having s3x once or twice a week to provide saliva samples. Those samples were found to contain an extremely high concentration of the common-cold busting antibody immunoglobulin A.
Who knew that extremely close contact was a net-positive in terms of preventing illness?

7. Your Vagina Gets Buff

Who doesn’t want to have the most built genitals in the western hemisphere? Having a ton of s3x is basically like sending your vagina to cross fit to get into crazy good shape.

8. Reduced the Risk of Prostate Cancer

Multiple studies have pointed to the conclusion that “high ejaculation frequency” (a.k.a. jerking off at least 4.6 to seven times a week) is linked to a lower risk of prostate cancer.
Who knew too much of a good thing could be bad for you?


1. The Body Gets Used to All That S3x

Having s3x on the regular is great, but if you’re constantly getting down with people, you’re going to become used to the sensations, and s3x will lose the excitement it once held. It’s like if your favorite food is pizza and you eat it every day. If you do that, there’s a chance you’ll lose your taste for pizza.

2. Your Orgasms Turn Against You

Is not ejaculating great? Well, it might not be if you’re doing it constantly. According to Jonathan D. Schiff, MD, assistant clinical professor of urology New York City, you’re in for a world of hurt if you can’t cool it with all the s3x. He says: “When people ejaculate eight to ten times over the weekend from Friday to Sunday, it’s going to cause some pain and discomfort when you go to that extreme amount.”.

3. Chronic Back Pain Becomes an Issue

As you get older, all of the effort you exert during s3x, especially if you’re getting wild (or jiggy) with it, will take a toll on your body. Michael R. Marks, MD, MBA, and spokesman for the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, says s3xual back pain “is probably more common than physicians think and for patients to admit to.”

4. UTIs Can Be a Problem

Mary Jane Minkin, MD, clinical professor at the Yale School of Medicine, explains: “The urethra the tube that goes from outside up into the bladder is literally right next to the vagina.” So, when you have s3x, bacteria from the vagina can very easily be rubbed into the urethra and travel up to   the bladder, causing an infection. If you’re having a lot of s3x in a little time, you’re more likely to get a UTI than someone who only travels bimonthly to bone town.

5. You Might Have a Heart Attack

cardiovascular researchers point out that most patients are twice as likely to have a heart attack one hour after s3x than after no s3x. Which is a bit like saying patients who go out a lot are twice as likely to get hit by a car as those who don’t leave the house. However, some doctors disagree with the said opinion that increases the quantity of s3x strengthens the muscles including the heart. Findings that s3x can induce a heart attack should mostly worry those who are overweight or over the age of 50.

6. Stimulus Overload

If you’re getting groovy in bed on a daily basis, there’s a good chance your brain is becoming addicted to the serotonin release and you’re well on your way to s3x addiction. While that might sound like a glorious luxury most will never know, it’s actually detrimental to your mental health. S3x addiction is a form of OCD. When compounded with depression or bipolar disorder, which can be underlying causes of s3x addiction, you might feel like you want to kill yourself, especially after you’ve had s3x.

7. You’re Going to Get Raw

If you’re having a lot of s3x, say two times a day for a month, you’re going rub your genitals raw unless you use some kind of lubricant. If there’s one problem with the human body, it doesn’t self-lubricate (other than the honeypot, that is), and because of that, you can develop skin sores, or possibly even calluses, on your genitalia.

8. S3x Injuries Are a Normal Thing

It is not uncommon to hurt yourself in the middle of s3x and not realize you’re injured. You’ve probably noticed mysterious bruises, scratches, aches, and pains the day after a session of marathon lovemaking. It’s safe to surmise the more you have s3x, the more you run the risk of hurting yourself.

9. Violent Bleeding Is a Real Possibility

It happens to about nine percent of women at some point in their lives. It might be a case of being raw on the inside from lack of lubrication, or it could be a tear in the vaginal septum, a piece of flesh dividing he vagina in half that about 1 in every 3,000 to 80,000 women are born with. A tear in the vaginal septum causes very heavy bleeding, and if this happens, you need to get yourself to an emergency room as quickly as possible.

10. You Might Get a Yeast Infection

Mucho s3xo isn’t the only reason women get yeast infections, but increased s3xual activity can change the balance of normal bacteria in the vagina, leaving room for yeast to grow. Doctors said that, while s3x isn’t the way most people think about getting a yeast infection, it’s important to keep condoms in the mix (just in case your partner has some bacteria on their junk) and to keep clean after intercourse.

How Much S3x Is Too Much?

Science suggests s3x can improve mood and decrease anxiety by reducing stress signals in the brain, it’s possible doing the deed can interfere with leading a healthy life.  Don’t get us wrong: S3x is a normal, healthy, fun part of adult life. In fact, Ian Kerner, Ph.D., an s3x therapist, says s3xual attraction and s3xual compatibility are the basis of many successful relationships.
According to the Kinsey Institute, 18- to 29-year olds have s3x an average of 112 times per year, while 30 to 39-year-olds do the deed on average 86 times per year. So if that’s average, what’s healthy? Kerner says most couples in a relationship should be having s3x at least once per week. Couples therapist Barry McCarthy, Ph.D., agrees that once or twice a week makes for a healthy s3x life. During the infatuation stage (a.k.a. the honeymoon stage, when two people can’t stop thinking about each other) couples often have s3x every time they’re together, Kerner says. And when couples first move in together, the frequency of s3x increases, but only temporarily.
If s3x gets in the way of leading a healthy life, it may be part of a more serious issue. If your s3xual impulses feel out of control, or you’re having s3x to avoid feeling lonely or depressed, or you’re having s3x despite risky consequences (like contracting an STI or losing a partner), this might be the sign of a problem. S3x obsession sometimes called hyper-s3xuality, compulsive s3xual behavior,  While many sources maintain that s3x addiction is a psychiatric disorder, a study published in 2013 suggests that much of the time, hyper-s3xuality is really just high desire and not necessarily a medical issue. Regardless, if s3x is being used as a substitute for dealing with a real issue, it’s best to consult a doctor or therapist.
At the end of the day, it comes down to quality over quantity. Having s3x daily doesn’t mean it’s too much, so long as both partners enjoy it, Kerner says. But if partners are regularly having s3x and one person feels more satisfied than the other, s3x can start to feel like a chore for the less-satisfied party. The preferred amount varies from person to person. For a fulfilling s3x life that’s just right, it’s helpful, to be honest, and open with your partner’s about how frequently you’d like to be intimate. And that doesn’t mean it needs to be a boring discussion. Telling your partner about your desires in specific terms can be highly erotic. In fact, one study found that couples who communicate about s3x, especially during the act, are more s3xually satisfied. Simply put: There should be mutual enjoyment, whether that means giving or getting.
And remember that compromise is key: Instead of singling out one person for his or her s3x drive, research suggests it can be helpful to assess the couple’s collective desires and meet in the middle.  As funny and un-s3xy as it sounds, it may even be smart to schedule s3x so the lower libido partner doesn’t feel pressured, and the higher libido partner doesn’t feel rejected.  That said, if you ever feel overwhelmed (either physically or emotionally) by the kind or amount of s3x you’re having, let your partner know you need a break. S3x can be dangerous if there’s any sort of pressure or force to do something with which either party isn’t comfortable.
Important to note! Having s3x on the regular is part of a healthy, normal adult life. But when s3x gets in the way of your day to day, it might be time to seek professional help from a doctor or therapist. Our appetites for s3x grow and shrink, and successful couples need to manage those ups and downs. Sometimes libidos will match up, but when they don’t, Kerner says we need to take responsibility for our s3xuality by enjoying ourselves by ourselves.

7 Things Therapists Wish You’d Stop Doing Before Intimacy

Believe it or not, there are some seemingly harmless habits that can undermine your s3x life. Some of them even take place far away from the bedroom. In fact, the things therapists wish you’d stop doing before intimacy include a few habits you might not even notice. Paying more attention to these little behaviors just could help your love life over time, though.
  • Foreplay is really important for most women because we tend to take a longer time to get into the mood,” said s3x therapist Dr. Susan Block. In many cases, foreplay makes the whole experience better for everyone.
  • When you’ve been with one partner for a while, it’s easy to just stick with what works. But “Trying something new can add fun and excitement to your s3xual relationship: a new position, s3xy music, romantic lighting, colognes, lotions, lubricants, and the possibilities are endless,” said s3x therapist and psychotherapist Kelli Young.
  • Focus on your relationship, “If you struggle with compulsion, put the phone out of sight,” said Katherine Hertlein, Ph.D.
  • Carrying stress can tank your s3x drive, as explained in WebMD. That’s why a de-stressing activity can be so important. Some yoga, deep breathing, or even a quick walk around the block can help you unwind.
  • Leave the lights on. “For some, this idea is terrifying, but when you share that vulnerable space with your partner, you are helping to deepen your bond,” said s3xologist Megan Stubbs. If the overhead light is a bit too harsh, consider lamps or candlelight.
  • Continuing to graze after you’re already full might have a negative effect on your libido. There’s a way to reframe late-night snacks, though. “Think about s3x as your dessert,” said Dr. Rachel A. Sussman. ” Or, just wait until after s3x for snacks. There’s no downside.
  • A glass of vino can put you in the mood, but a second or third glass might just put you to sleep. In fact, too much alcohol can dampen your s3x drive. Knowing how to moderate your intake is pretty important.

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