The question of how much s*x is too much s*x is really a burning question in the hearts of many young people. It may be wrong to attach a figure to how much s*x is too much s*x, but the moment you start losing your strength & vitality, you may have to watch it.
People have different body systems, some stronger and some weaker. For some, having s*x daily may be okay and for others it may be killing. I will personally advise you to watch it when the following starts happening:
– You feel so weak after s*x. I agree that this is a normal feeling, but if you feel so so wasted, not out of physical exertion but internal emptiness, and this feeling lasts for a long while, then you may need to watch it.
– If your Erupt feels so watery. This may not be an issue but don’t you think your system needs some rest?
– You are begining to lose interest in the activity and you try to avoid it. Maybe avoiding it is the wisest thing thing to do.
If you feel you fall under this category, you may need to discuss with your spouse on this matter. s*x is meant to be savoured and if it starts affecting your activities adversely then it is too much for you.
To further buttress your points while discussing with your spouse, kindly read the following excerpt on the effects of excess s*x from a website below:
Effects of Excessive s*x
It taxes the body
Excessive and constant s*xual activities; which often culminates in over-expulsion leads to over-production of androgen hormones. These excesses could lead to adrenal and s*x organ fatigue. It strains and taxes the body; making the person to look worn out and haggard. It is true that much pleasure is inherent in s*x but over-indulgence does have its effects on the person involved.
It is also a known medical fact that Epinephrine, norepinephrine and cortisol are all released during s*xual intercourse and they increase the fight-or-flight response, directly increasing heart rate, triggering the release of glucose and increasing blood flow to the skeletal muscle. All these activities have an immense taxing effect on the body.
Excessive s*xual activities weaken the body’s natural immunity. The hormone prostaglandin E-2, which serves an important function in s*xual arousal, is overproduced when one engages in marathon or excessive s*xual activities and has an inflammatory effect on the body by;
damaging tissues, nerves and joints,
causing muscular and nervous pain, and
promoting infection, inflammation, and even cancer.
Lack of s*xual stimulation/impotence
It has been researched and discovered that excessive s*x does lead to chronic elevation of epinephrine and prostaglandin E2 which results in severe damage to brain cells and parasympathetic nerves in the liver, lungs, adrenal glands, heart, blood vessels and some other vital body systems.
Consequentially, you might experience a number of symptoms, including depression, anxiety, persistent s*xual arousal and s*xual dysfunction such as impotence and premature expulsion in men and a lack of s*xual stimulation in women.
Long term s*xual inflammation
All of the afore-mentioned effects of excessive s*xual activities causes the pituitary gland and testicles (ovaries in women) to become disabled for some days or even months, leading to a long-term s*xual exhaustion and inflammation.
The first thing you might notice is a tightening or rigid feeling in your muscles and joints anytime you expulsion. It could be really painful. The pain becomes even more severe at about 2-4 hours after Erupting due to the sudden drop of DHEA, testosterone and DHT. You may experience some real pains for a couple of days until your prolactin and cortisol levels are returned to their normal ranges.
Could lead to hair loss / baldness
Hair loss is a major concern especially among the middle aged and there are many alleged causes treatments for it. However, a lot of people also fail to address a major underlying cause: a high stress physical response sometimes triggered by over-expulsion.
At puberty, boys maintain an extremely high level of testosterone and DHT without stress and are therefore able to achieve a full head of hair. As they grow older, men with a high level of DHT and stress lose their hairs. Stress and its induced inflammatory factors in the bloodstream are known to deplete melatonin production during the night and heat up the blood, causing hair loss.