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Why is Sex Important in a Relationship?

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Some people say sex is overrated, and others believe otherwise. But in reality, sex can really help you beyond just your bedroom. Find out why sex is important in a relationship, and how you can use it to have a better life.

Sex feels great when you’re indulging in it with someone you love passionately.

But why do so many people give it so much attention, and why is sex important in a relationship?

At first, no one really gave sex a thought beyond how good it made us feel while doing the deed.

But as the years passed by, we couldn’t ignore the effects of sex anymore.

Think about it, having great sex feels awesome and makes you feel all warm and fuzzy. And as a matter of fact, sex is pretty important in a relationship for a lot of other reasons too.

So why is sex important?

We have sex for pleasure, for relaxation, for fun, frolic, and social status. You’ve heard of it and may even have had sex for all the above reasons, but can a tumble in the hay be serious business? Why is sex important and how can it change your life for the better?

You knew that having sex with a loved one is one of the best ways to get a good night’s sleep. But did you know that a good round of making out in bed can restore your energy levels on days when you are feeling low? Did you know that lovemaking is nature’s best medicine against depression?

And did you know that men enjoy sex because it reenergizes them physically, and women enjoy having sex because it reenergizes them emotionally? Did you know that all extremely intelligent or creative people have had… ahem… extremely active banging lives?

Importance of sex for important people

Read up on the private lives of Freud, Einstein, and all those whose professional careers were the staple diet of your school and university books. This is the case with most artists, scientists and even visionary political leaders. Lovemaking is, to them, an essential part of life. Unlike most athletes who are asked to abstain from jumping the bed before major tournaments (that too for reasons not proved), scientists have never been found wanting after a romp under the sheets.

Why does sex make you happy?

One answer could be the way the human body is wired. All the nerves in the human body come to roost in the brain. This is well-known. A good encounter in bed floods the brain with chemicals that relax the brain. Researchers have documented that this flooding dulls pain and reduces stress levels. [Read: How to have sensuous sex]

Its effects on our energy levels and creativity are less researched and documented. It is known that high levels of energy are needed for bursts of creativity. But how do you get these high energy moments? The answer is in one word. Sex. Two words? Awesome sex!

The positive jolt that a good romp in bed gives your biochemical system is unbeatable!

Having sex with your partner can get the creative juices flowing and help increase focus. If you have an interview or a big meeting coming up and you need to be at your best, do not abstain from sex! A strong physical relationship will ensure that you stay on top of yourself.

Testing the importance of sex

One evening, when you’re very tired, and all you want to do is plead the proverbial headache and turn away, try this experiment. Turn towards your spouse and get the hormones going gently, soon they will be raging. By morning, you will find yourself well rested and refreshed. What’s more, you will spy the solution that has been evading you! [Read: Don’t want to have sex?]

Sex is important in a relationship because it can make you a happier person, and can help you deal with stress and difficulties that you’re having a hard time dealing with. And the best part, good sex works both ways. You’ll feel great and your partner will feel great too.

In life, as much as you may deny that work pressure or financial difficulties don’t bother your mind beyond working hours, it’s just not true. No matter how cheerful we may seem on the outside, our mind needs to relax and get a good burst of happy energy. And that’s where sex can play such a great and happy part.

A point to remember

Having sex with someone you love and trust can make you feel a lot better and that’s why it’s so important in a relationship. But at the same time, if you’re having sex with someone outside the relationship, the effects of sex could actually reverse and backfire at times.

Sex should feel relaxing and loving, but if having sex makes you feel guilty or insecure, sex can actually leave you feeling more stressed and tired! A one night stand with someone you just met can leave you with mixed feelings. Sometimes it leaves you guilty and sometimes, you’d wake up with a stranger and a bad hangover!

[Read: How to have tantric sex]

So have sex and have lots of it. It’ll make you happy, fun and a lot more relaxed. And why is sex important in a relationship? Well, because it’s a pill that can give you a bigger boost of happiness than anything money can ever buy. Well, unless you’re paying for sex!

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9 thoughts on “Why is Sex Important in a Relationship?”

  1. Eric Nii Tetteh says:

    my partner is not interested in sex making but with your insight i hope she will gradually show interest in it . thank you so much

  2. I am not sure where you are getting your information, but good topic. I needs to spend some time learning more or understanding more. Thanks for excellent info I was looking for this info for my mission.

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  4. Animalistic says:

    I agree with this topic good to know the truth is out there for people. But, what if the one you love isn’t willing to read and give it a chance to see if a healthy sex life will rekindle your relationship?! How do you reach her and get her to open up?!?!

  5. luscious says:

    My man 10 years my junior never wants to make love if I start it he says let it happen naturally. What the hell , after begging and all I just try to let go I have men coming at me all the time. They only want sex some married some not so I never have been sexual with then but I do enjoy the advances of course he looked through my phone saw them and had a fit but I told him what it was about he wants the entire elephant I offered an open relationship to fulfill my sexual,desires,he refuse selfish and greedy he don’t want it and doesn’t Want me to want it either humm,he better decide any advice please

  6. Jeff says:


    Sorry, but you don’t deserve him. Your need to have sex supersedes the other (arguably more important) aspects of your relationship and will end things between you. Why is your desire to have someone stick you between the legs so overwhelmingly strong? Why do so many people share that? Seems to spoil or bias so very many things in our society that could otherwise pass without issue (no pun intended…).

  7. Will says:

    @jeff you seem to have never been in a sexless relationship. Until you experience it you will never know the hurt and mental anguish it causes because your self esteem is destroyed when your significant other rejects you constantly. I hope you don’t ever experience it. It is more selfish to refuse sex than almost anything else. Not saying you can’t be in the mood , but long term months to years without physical affection is abuse that is just as harmful as getting beaten.

  8. EvaAfterDark says:

    I think you are in a bit of a jump here. It would be very unselfish if you decided to leave this relationship and start afresh with someone who actually does adore your body enough that they dare not refuse you! You like anyone else deserves that and you should love yourself enough to decide that you want more as you do. Basically I am saying why be with someone who doesn’t want to pleasure you?

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