What Really Happens To Your Body When You Stop Being With Someone

If you choose to practice abstinence, expect the consequences.

Scientists have good reasons to argue that sexual intimacy is one of the most important components of human life. There are people who actively make love to them, without thinking about inhibitions and enjoying every minute of passion. Others are afraid of intimacy, feeling uncomfortable and knowingly taking less pleasure.

Although you may not be aware of this, when you stop making love, certain processes take place in your body.

1. Influence on dreams

Dreams, like pleasure or pain, are a function of the brain. 

The authors of the scientific portal World of Chemicals give a very precise definition of the chemical nature of our dreams. And some dream experts argue that people who stop making love tend to have vivid erotic dreams.

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