While past research has linked early sexual activity to health problems, a new study suggests that waiting too long to start having sex carries risks of its own.
Those who lose their virginity at a later age, around 21 to 23 years of age tend to be more likely to experience sexual dysfunction problems later, say researchers at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute’s HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies.
The researchers say this preliminary evidence may point up detrimental effects of abstinence.
Here are some reasons why celibacy should be revisited, as the consequences are not very pleasant.
You Become Slower
According to a study by the University of Maryland, when you have less sex or no sex at all, you become slower with your thoughts. Your neuron functioning is affected. Your ideas are not so bright.
Pent up frustration
Very rarely do we have cases of someone being A-sexual, as everyone has urges. You may control yourself but your lower abdomen will definitely hurt. When people have an orgasm, they let go a lot of frustration and sex releases that.
When you have sex, the right way, your confidence increases but when you do not, you also lose the ability to do it ever again as your organ basically loses its mojo. You will never experience the liberation, the confidence people feel after a good session of sex.
Sex is supposed to be good for your muscles which help in holding your urine. If you do not do it, your pelvic floor muscles have a huge possibility of weakening and you may even face untimely dripping.