4 Things That Happen To Your Vagina When You Stop Having Sex
The benefits of a healthy, happy sex life are myriad: Besides being fun, regular (good) sex boosts your immune system, cuts your stress levels, lowers your blood pressure, and reduces your risk of heart attack. Depending how much effort you put into it, intercourse also kinda/sorta counts as exercise, so you can feel good about being short a few steps on your Fitbit. Oh, and when you orgasm, a hormone called oxytocin—the "cuddle hormone"—floods your body with a rush of bliss, putting a smile on your face and helping you bond with your partner.
But not every woman has the option of a having an active happy sex life.
Video: Things You Didn't Know About Your Vagina
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