15 Negative Effects of Excessive Sex?!

Sex can make people feel pleasurable and apparently, you can have as many sex activities as you like. However, if you find that you are skipping meals to go for a quick romp in the sheets, you should probably be worried about having too much sex. While scientists have proved that sex can decrease anxiety and improve your moods, sex can be unhealthy if it interferes with your day to day life. Here are some problems that can be related with excessive sex.

15 Negative Effects of Too Much Sex

It is a little absurd to think that a pleasurable activity such as sex can end up in misery. However, it is true. Read on to find the possible negative effects of too much sex and adjust your sex life if needed.

1. Rug Burns or Bruises

This is one obvious effect because of the rubbing during sex activities. This is especially so if you have rough sex. Rug burns make it very uncomfortable to have sex in certain positions and the bruises can be painful after you notice it. Try not to have sex on your back, knees or any other parts that might cause discomfort.

2. Soreness and Swelling

Ladies are susceptible to feeling a bit sore after a steamy session in the sheets. This is often as a result of vaginal excoriation which simply refers to the scraping of the vaginal walls during penetration. This makes it very painful to engage in any sexual activity that involves penetration. You can opt for other ways to pleasure your partner instead of penetrating.

3. Dehydration

Having sex is usually a physically involving activity that will make you sweat and lose lots of water. If you have sex too many times without staying hydrated, you could become dehydrated in no time. This is especially so if you have been taking alcohol before or while the sex. Though harmless, this is the most common effect of too much sex.

4. Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

UTI or urinary tract infection can be very uncomfortable or even painful. Having too much sex, especially with different people, can expose women to this condition. To avoid contracting a UTI, you should take plenty of water and make sure to empty the bladder before and after sex.

5. Lower Back Pain

After a long session with heavy thrusting, you could develop lower back pain. This can make any attempt at indulging in sexual intercourse virtually impossible. You might have to try positions that do not put pressure on your back or avoid sex until you get better. 

6. Injured Nerves

While the normal human being can withstand all sorts of sexual stimulation, the nerves may get a bit sore after an intense session. It is, therefore, better to pace yourself before overindulging and you could easily end up the activity for some time. Avoid too much direct stimulation of the same spot.

7. Trouble Climaxing

Men are often unable to climax after having too much sex in a short period of time. This is a perfectly normal reaction and you don't need to worry about it. This is usually down to the act that you have exhausted or considerably diminished the sperm and semen levels. The body needs time to recharge before you can get back to your randy ways.

8. Decreased Vision

While this might seem farfetched, it does actually happen to many people. This happens when blood vessels in the eyes pop during sexual activity. You need not worry too much if this happens to you as it will heal and become normal with time.

9. Strained Muscles

Like any other physical activity, sexual intercourse can cause muscle strains. This could result in pain and even immobility. You might be required to stay off sex for a while as you recover. Alternatively, you could opt for sex positions that do not put pressure on the strained muscles.

10. Exhaustion

While this is not a dangerous effect of too much sex, it can affect your quality of life. You cannot afford to go through life with tiredness. Indulging in sex several times a day will drain all your energy and leave you an exhausted feeling most of the time. During sexual activity, the body releases norepinephrine, epinephrine and cortisol which increase the heart rate and trigger the release of glucose in the blood. All this activity is tiring, especially when done frequently.

11. Hair Loss

Sexual intercourse increases the levels of Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in the body. This hormone, in turn, leads to hair loss as DHT is known to kill hair follicles and cause male pattern baldness.

12. Weak Immunity

Your immunity can be lowered as a result of too much sex. The prostaglandin E-2 hormone is released into the blood stream during sex. This hormone can lead to the following problems when produced in excessive amounts – weakening immunity, damaged tissues, nervous and muscular pain and lack of sexual stimulation.

13. Head Injury

This could happen if you bang your head against something during sexual intercourse. This could be the headboard or the wall as you try to push in or pull off in the similar way like porn stars' sexual routines. The severity will depend on what you hit and how hard you hit it. If you feel it is serious, see a doctor.

14. Heart Attack

While this is rare, there are situations when people suffer from a heart attack during sexual intercourse. While sex can be good for your heart as it is a cardiovascular activity like some others, you should do it with cautions if you have a history of heart problems.

15. Fracture

This is a common effect of too much sex. While the penis cannot break, it is important to know that it can suffer from a fracture. You will normally hear a popping or snapping sound followed by the loss of erection. This normally results in swelling at the base of the penis or scrotum.

So, How Much Sex Is Healthy and Normal?

There is no right or wrong answer to this. The amount of sex one should have often differs from person to person. The best way to go about this issue is to discuss it with your partner. As long as you are both comfortable with the frequency of your sexual activities, you need not worry. However, if you notice that your sexual activity is interfering with your work or day to day life, you might adjust it or see a therapist.

 
 
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