Scientists have good reason to argue that sexual intimacy is one of the most important components of human life.
Although you may not be aware of it, when you stop making love, certain processes take place in your body.
Life without sex has serious consequences, and these are some of them:
In addition to insomnia, experts say those who abstain from sex often dream of making love.
Women become sociable
Feeling is determined by the chemical process that takes place in our brain. When you make love, your blood is filled with certain chemicals that make you feel a range of positive emotions.
By depriving the body of this natural process, you are disturbing your inner chemical balance. As a result, most women experience depression and mood swings. After a long period of abstinence, women usually become picky and find it difficult to enter new relationships.
Intimacy is one of the natural ways to relieve stress. Migraine, insomnia, lack of appetite, are signals our body sends us when we need change.
Decline in immunity
Intimacy strengthens the immune system, activating the production of immunoglobulin, thereby increasing the body’s ability to fight disease.
Intimacy stimulates mental activity. Those who have intimate relationships regularly have more energy, while some scientists argue that concentration and creativity are at a higher level in this case.