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Sunday, 5 August 2018

Effects Of Sexual Abstinence

There are physical consequences of going without sex, but most of them are basically negatively focused, which means, you’re simply not getting the health benefit sex usually brings. Note, lifelong celibacy is a different prospect than experiencing sex and then stopping it. If you have had sex before and now you aren’t, then you’re understandably more prone to disappointment and depression.
Effects Of Sexual Abstinence
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Celibacy has effects on your body but they are hardly life-threatening and definitely, aren’t going to get in the way of your next sexual adventure.

Sex is good for our body in ways we can’t even imagine; from better sleep to a stronger immune system, to burning calories and boosting your mood. Getting some of these is good in a lot of ways. It also means that refraining from having intercourse can create some interesting changes. This is not to say that it’s wrong to take a sex break every now and then. Life gets in the way or we may be between relationships and it’s not just part of our daily life equation.
Whether we’re not feeling our best or are stressed, sometimes, love making just takes a halt. It’s cool, accept that your body is going to respond in a major way and the part of the body that gets worst hit is the vagina.

Brain games keep your mind agile, car-do workouts builds your heart’s health, weight training makes your muscles strong and sex keeps your vagina in tip top shape.

“If you are not constantly having sex, it’s essential you keep the vagina happy and healthy with masturbation, self pleasures brings all the benefits ‘’ says Tristan Weedmark of We-Vibe.

Taking a break from sex is not a bad idea but know that, you might have to reacquaint your body with orgasmic sensations when/if you decide to resume activity.

It’s more unpleasant for women than men when they stop having sex. Depressing enough is when it comes to the lack of it, ladies are most adversely affected though men don’t get off scot-free.

Irrespective of the story behind your inactiveness in the bedroom, refraining from intercourse usually has a knock-on effect. The following are what will occur when you are not indulging in regular sex.

Loss of libido: If it has to do with sex drive, your libido will drop. It’s either you’re using it or losing it. ‘’For some people who refrain from sex, they begin to feel more sluggish, with less vitality and hunger for sex’’ Sari Cooper, LCSW, certified sex therapist remembers the saying ‘’Out of sight, out of mind’’

Vaginal walls may get weakened: Abstaining from copulating does not make you tighter: vagina gets a little bit smaller and this mainly affects women entering into menopause. Sari explains: ‘’without regular frequency of intercourse, as you get older, the walls of your vagina thin out and can lead to painful sex when you finally get back into the sack.’ To this end, the North American Menopause Society even recommends having regular penetrative sex, to help vaginal health during menopause.

you may experience dryness: This is another side effect which applies mainly to older women. As you are aware, the vagina battles to get lubricated when you resume lovemaking after a break.

What causes this as well as thinning vaginal walls is as a result of the hormone called oestrogen. If you take a younger person who’s 20 or 30 years, she is going to have plenty of oestrogen around to make sure those tissues stay healthy, elastic and lubricated when she’s not having sex explains Dr Lauren Streicher. If you take someone who’s 60, she has lost that piece of it.

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