What happens to our body when we stop making love

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However, if that break lasts long enough, it will have an impact on your health and some aspects of your life. It's important to note, however, that there is no such thing as a "correct" amount for everyone. What's important is that you figure out what works best for you.

Regular sex allows you to feel emotionally connected to your partner, which facilitates greater communication. Couples who have sex more frequently report being happier than those who have it less frequently.

It doesn't have to happen every day, though; once a week appears to suffice. This appears to be true regardless of your age, gender, or length of time in the relationship.

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