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How Not Having Enough S€x Affects Your Health

With abstinence, you may be wondering how it can affect your health. However, if this pause lasts long enough, it can affect your body and parts of your life. But it's important to remember that there is no "right" amount for everyone. The key is finding what works best for you. 

 

 

 

 Here Are 4 Side Effects of Not Having Sex 

 

 Immune System 

 

 Regular s*x boosts the immune system and primes the body to fight disease by releasing endorphins. This means that less frequent sex can lead to more common illnesses like catching a cold or the flu. One study reported that saliva samples from college students who had s*x regularly showed higher levels of a certain antibody called immunoglobulin A, which fights colds. 

 

 

 

 Increased risk of heart disease 

 

 A scientific study found that a man who has sex only twice a week halves the chance of clogging the arteries compared to a man who has s*x less than once a week a month. And a recent study published in the Journal of S*Xual Medicine found that s*x dramatically lowers men's levels of homocysteine, a harmful chemical that can trigger heart problems. It is believed that men who have sex regularly often have better circulation and healthier blood vessels. 

 

 

 

 Your prostate may be less healthy. 

 

 The reasons aren't entirely clear, but in at least one study, men who relieved themselves less than seven times a month were more likely to develop prostate cancer than men who did it at least 21 times a month. But anonymous unprotected s*x and multiple partners can also increase your chances of contracting the disease. So be careful when you are intimate. 

 

 

 

 Menstrual Pain.

 

 Some people find s"x to be an excellent remedy for menstrual cramps. The surge in endorphins caused by intercourse, as well as the uterine contractions that occur with orgasm, can help relieve spasms. It is not necessary to have intercourse to get these benefits. Masturbation can have the same effect.


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Source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326518

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