Having regular sex is not only good for your soul, experts always say that the bodies of people with a regular sex life are much healthier, but unfortunately many people do not know and care about how important a regular sex life is for health. If you don’t have sex for a long time, your body starts sending you messages. Being sick more often, getting depressed, being stressed, low libido, low self-esteem, and distance between you and your partner are the main ones. During a woman’s reproductive years, the vagina is nourished by estrogen. Estrogen makes the wall thicker and has folds that allow it to stretch during intercourse and childbirth. During the menopause, as the estrogen level decreases, the wall becomes thinner and less curved.
Many people feel pain during sexual intercourse and think that the pain is caused by the stretching of the hymen. However, once the hymen is left open through vaginal intercourse, a woman does not grow back no matter how long she has not had sex. The pain that a woman may experience may be from fear or anxiety about having sex again after a dry union. Fear and anxiety can cause vaginismus, which makes sex less enjoyable.