This is what happens to your body when you stop having sex

We all want a healthy and active sex life, but most of us will encounter periods where intercourse is scarce.

But what happens to our bodies when we don't have sex?

According to some therapists, long periods without sex can lead to physical changes which have a knock-on effect on our libidos.

And for women, periods of abstinence can cause a thinning of the walls of the vagina - which in turn can cause pain.

But there is an advantage to not having sex. Celibacy can lead to a more emotionally balanced view of relationships, forcing us to focus on the deeper connections rather than just the physical.

Find out more in the video above.

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