_Abstaining from sex does not make you “tighter.” The sensation of tightness in your vagina is not influenced by your number of sexual partners, and taking an enforced break doesn’t re-virginize you. And your hymen doesn’t grow back, no matter what you may have heard they are mere myths . However, the tissues of the vagina may get out of the habit of relaxing in response to arousal or insertion, and may then need to be coached back into it the next time you have sex.
_This is an interesting discovery, but possibly not one that’s welcome if you’re a dude having a bit of time off from intercourse. Abstinence seems to increase the likelihood of erectile dysfunction in men. The studies on this tend to focus on older men, but they’re all united in the conclusion that regular sexual activity has a positive effect on a man’s erections. Use it or lose it, as it were. (There’s also a possibility that regular ejaculations might help a man avoid prostate cancer. But, you know, you can have those on your own.)
_There’s an old tale that abstinence makes you more intelligent. The truth is actually the opposite: Scientists have demonstrated that sexual activity boosts neuron growth in the brain’s hippocampus. Abstinence, it turns out, does not make the brain grow at all. Just because you’ve suddenly become immensely productive and completed a crossword for the first time in six weeks doesn’t mean your brain’s improving. Alas, it probably just means you’re bored.
_ Want to avoid the cold and flu? Have more sex. Sounds like a win-win preposition if you ask us
_You lose urge to have sex:Your libido is going to feel off or different than it normally does. And it’s normal that it feels abnormal.
_If you’re in a relationship, you may start getting insecure about the connection you have with your honey. To that end, other people are going to become more attractive to you. Take this as a sign that a healthy sex life is important.