Published On: Mon, Mar 20th, 2017

7 Powerful Things That May Happen If You Stop Having S3x (Pics)


7 Powerful Things That May Happen If You Stop Having S3x (Pics)

Believe it or not , sex plays a very important role in any marriage / relationship . Though it has done more harm than good in today’s society , But depriving your partner of sex takes a toll on your happiness, closeness, and relationship security, experts say. “Going without sex in a marriage can deliver a hit to your self-esteem, engender guilt, and cause all other problems that could easily be avoided if only you choose to remain intimate with your partner .

Break-ups. Work. Travel. Work travel. There are a lot of reasons your sex life may be stalled. And, like knocking over that first domino, your dry spell in the sack can affect your health in many ways—both good and bad.

Here are 7 things that can happen when you lose that loving feeling:

1. You’ll feel more anxious.

Sex helps people blow off steam. People who abstained from sex struggled to cope with stressful situations like public speaking, compared with those who had intercourse at least once over a 2-week period. During sex, the brain releases feel-good chemicals, such as endorphins and oxytocin, which help you feel more at ease . Stop all these and feel the wrath of a sex starved spirit inside your partner .

2. Prostrate cancer men develop in men .

Guys who stop having sex may miss out on the prostate-protecting perks of frequent trysts. A study presented to the American Urological Association found men who got it on all the time enjoyed—along with the sex—a 20% drop in their risk for prostate cancer. One reason? Frequent ejaculations may remove potentially harmful substances from the prostate. So technically , as a lady , refusing your partner sex could kill him which would eventually turn you into a murderer thereby disobeying the fifth commandment which simply states thou shalt not kill . Dont want to be a murderer , give your partner constant sex .

3. Colds and Flu’s start kicking in .

Less sex may reduce your exposure to germs. Unfortunately, you’ll also skip the immune-boosting benefits of a weekly roll in the hay. Researchers at Wilkes-Barre University in Pennsylvania found people who had sex once or twice a week enjoyed a 30% boost in immunoglobulin A (IgA), compared with those who had sex seldom or never. IgA is one of the body’s first lines of defense against viruses, the study authors say. Prevention they say is better than cure , why go though all the hassles of curing when you can have regular safe sex with your partner and boost your immune system ??

4. Your risk for a UTI drops.

Nearly 80% of urinary tract infections occur within 24 hours of intercourse. During sex, bacteria in the vagina can end up pushed into the urethra, where it causes an infection. So the bright side—at least for women—when you stop having sex, your risk for the painful peeing condition plummets.

5. Insecurities about your relationship could start creeping in.

Not having sex takes a toll on your happiness, closeness, and relationship security, experts say. “Going without sex in a marriage can deliver a hit to your self-esteem, engender guilt, and decrease levels of oxytocin and other bonding hormones,” says Les Parrott, PhD, a psychologist and author of Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts. “It can also increase fears that one of you will look to others for your sexual needs, which can breed a little paranoia.” However, Parrott points out this doesn’t mean a sexless couple can’t be happy.
“Sex is just one expression of intimacy for couples,” he says. Kissing, handholding, and giving compliments or unexpected gifts can help you feel connected with your partner emotionally—even if you’re not spending time connecting physically. This is a personal killer and im sure a lot of you reading this can attest to this point . Some girls are now like their partners sister because they choose to abstain . Continue .

6. Your risk for erectile dysfunction rises.

Use it or lose it: Men who have sex infrequently are twice as likely to experience erectile dysfunction as men who do it once a week or more, according to a study published in the American Journal of Medicine. The study’s authors suggest that, since the joystick is a muscle, frequent sex may help preserve potency in a similar way that physical exercise helps maintain strength.

7. You may feel down in the dumps—but not for the reason you think.

Women feel more depressed the longer they go without having sex, reports a study in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior. But it may not be the lack of sex that got them down. (Take our quiz to find out if you’re depressed or just bummed out.) The study team found that women whose partners wore condoms felt just as blue. The researchers say some compounds found in semen—including melatonin, serotonin, and oxytocin—may have mood-boosting benefits for women who have unprotected intercourse. Of course, there are plenty of drawbacks to unprotected sex, too.


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About the Author

- Emeh James Anyalekwa, is a Seasoned Journalist, scriptwriter, Movie producer/Director and Showbiz consultant. He is the founder and CEO of the multi Media conglomerate, CANDY VILLE, specializing in Entertainment, Events, Prints and Productions. He is currently a Special Assistant (Media) to the Former Governor of Abia State and Chairman Slok Group, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu. Anyalekwa is also the Abia State President, Association of Online Media Practitioners of Nigeria (AMPON)