If you are having so much sex you are experiencing pain or numbness, definitely take a break. If your emotional desire is flagging and you are just going through the motions because you feel like you have to compete, take a few nights off and you might find yourself looking forward to it again. The pressure to transform a loving experience into a marathon event can lead to erectile dysfunction where none had existed, or even damage a relationship.
With this in mind, and breaks planned, really the only problems standing in the way of day-in day-out sexual abandon are practical matters. Is your spouse interested in the same amount of sex as you? Is sex interfering with getting to work on time? Are you preoccupied with sex or has it become an obsession often with little satisfaction? If the latter is true it could be due to sexual addiction, which should be treated.
"If you have more than 200 orgasms a year, you can reduce your physiologic age by six years," Dr. Oz says, basing this number on a study from researchers at Duke University who surveyed people about the amount and quality of sex they had. "They looked at what happened to folks that are having a lot of intercourse over time, and the fact is, it correlated." Frequent sex helps prove that your body is functioning as it is supposed to. "But in addition, having sex with someone that you care for deeply is one of the ways we achieve that Zen experience that we all crave as human beings," says Dr. Oz. "It's really a spiritual event for folks when they're with someone they love and they can consummate it with sexual activity...seems to offer some survival benefit."
The only way to have to much sex is if one complains or a body stops working. Sex is one of the few things people do together that is so emotionally healing, satisfying, healthy, and fun with the right partner.
When my late wife and I got together we would make love, have sex, mattress mambo, or animalistic sex every night and more on the weekends for the first 3 years of our life together. After this time period we did slow down to a much more 'normal' sexual activity of 2-3 times per week. It was wonderful as it was with the right partner, the right 'fit' and the right time in our lives. As with most folks it did take some time to work out the kinks, the positions, and what feels good for each other, it is so much fun to find out about one another. This was after several years of no sexual activity for either of us.
I don't know about the spirituality of sex or the 200 times per year, I know it is good for us, good for another body, and good for a relationship.
Just my thoughts on the subject.
I agree. If you have been blessed to be married to someone who you can have "too much sex" with ( whatever that means). you're doing something right. Sex is suppose to be healthy physically and mentally so I read.