However, it doesn’t apply to single male and female who have never had sexual intercourse but it is habitual in the lives of partnered people.
Everyone knows habit is difficult to break and there will be side effects for partnered people who used to have frequent intimacy but cannot have it anymore. Hence, Thiloyarmay will tell our readers about physical and mental impacts on partnered people when they cannot have sexual intercourses as before for different reasons.
- Increase anxiety and less in brain development
A person who is used to doing exercise daily will feel heavy and weak when he/she suddenly stopped doing that. Likewise, when partnered couples stopped having intimacy for different reasons or due to decreasing desire, there will be impacts on mental process like anxiety, moodiness, temperamental etc.
- Increasing risk to get heart disease
According to research conducted by Journal of Medicine based in United States of America, having intimacy can prevent causing high levels of Homocysteine levels in the blood which can damage arteries. Hence, partnered people and married couples could suffer chest pain and irregular heartbeat.
- There might be reproductive health related problems
Men will experience fast ejaculation, feeling insufficient about their performance during intimacy, and prostate related health problems. According to American’s medical research in 2008, men who have sexual intimacy once in a month are more likely to have erectile dysfunction than men who have sexual intercourse 3 times and more in a month.
For females, side effects will be damages in reproductive organ related process like menstrual cycle, irregular period, feeling painful during sex due to insufficient vaginal lubrication.