Can You Have Too Much Sex?

Even without a license to practice medicine, I can confidently assert there’s no such thing as too much sex. Anyone who says otherwise needs a brain transplant.

Not convinced? Here are some facts about the benefits of steady lovin, darlin:

  • improved blood flow
  • better sleep
  • awesome exercise
  • increased sex drive
  • great fun
  • and on and on
  • like, goodbye stress!

Is it possible to have too much of any of these? Doesn’t seem like it. And while I’m at it, allow me to jot down a few more off the top of my head:

So let’s play devil’s advocate—what’s the worst that could happen?

  • you dehydrate? (time to keep a sippy-cup by the bed)
  • you’re late for work? (pffft)
  • you chafe? (I can’t help but wonder…)
  • you have a heart attack? (so you go out with a bang)
  • you end up in hell? (sign me up)

Just so we’re clear: having sex all the time doesn’t mean you have a “condition”, it doesn’t make you a nymphomaniac in the sense that you’re an uncontrollable sex addict (well, it can, but you’d have to find more about that on a different website, sorry). It means you love sex and have no hangups about getting it when you want it. And anyone who likens your love of sex to promiscuity is probably—deep down—envious: they only wish they could get off as much as we do!

As far as the morality of it all goes, well, I can’t help you. My own moral code classifies sex in the “funtimes” column. If you must suppress what comes naturally, I can only hope you don’t combust.

It’s sad how many of my 40-year-old friends tell me they regret not having more sex—with more people—when they were younger. To them I say this:

  1. D’huh! No kidding!
  2. Who says it’s too late to get started?!


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