Less Sex, More Problems?
Too busy for sex? Practicing celibacy? Here’s what can potentially happen to your body when work, school, or life in general gets in the way of a little “bow-chick-a-wow-wow.”
You’re more susceptible to catching a common cold.
While spending less time rolling around in the sheets reduces your exposure to germs, you can also miss out on the immune-boosting benefits of lovemaking, experts say. In fact, per researchers at Wilkes-Barre University in Pennsylvania, persons who had sex once or twice a week saw a 30 percent boost in immunoglobulin A (IgA) – one of the first lines of defenses against viruses — than those who had less frequent sex.
You may feel more anxious.