What Happens to Your Body When You Have Too Much Sex?
Isn’t sex great? It’s a well known observation having sex can make you feel better emotionally, it keeps you healthy, and it’s fun. But what about if you’re having too much sex? As they say south of the border, “demasiado sexo,” or too much sex, can have negative repercussions. Spending too much time in bone town can take you to chafing city, and might even put you on the slow train to chronic back pain county. Alas, too much of a good thing even applies to sex, which might be the best thing. Most of you don’t have to worry about most of the things that happen to your body when you have too much sex, but if you're hitting the sheets on a daily basis, you should read up on these sexaholic problems to make sure you’re staying healthy.
The biology of sex gets our chemicals grooving in a way that puts us at peak human. Our bodies suddenly decide we should be running marathons, our neurons are stoked to be alive, and who can forget the orgasms? But the physical effects of too much sex can take a violent toll on our bodies; leaving us broken pieces of meat who can’t stop bleeding (nasty! but seriously...). To be fair, there are a couple of good things that come along with having non-stop sex. Continue, brave readers, for a whiff of... that's the wrong phrase to use here. An
into educational trip down Oversexed Lane.