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The lack of physical contact can leave some people feeling seriously down in the dumps.
“When people have sex they’re usually having skin-to-skin contact, and this kind of contact is the first primal way we as humans get comforted [as babies with our mothers],” Cooper explained.
“Also, there may be an increase in endorphins, which also will help with menstrual cramps.” For some people, getting jiggy in the bedroom is their way of de-stressing.
If that’s the case, not having sex could cause an increase in your stress level.
Cooper told Reader’s Digest that some of his clients describe the scenario as “out of sight, out of mind.” But it’s not the same for everybody.
During a fallow period, some people begin to find the idea of sex more desirable.
According to Sari Cooper, a certified sex therapist, some people who refrain from sex begin to feel more sluggish, with less vitality and hunger for sex.
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