Reuters Health - The number of women who have sex regularly falls off with age as does the number who report enjoyable sex after menopause, a new study shows. In a survey of nearly 4, women over age 50, researchers found that less than a quarter were sexually active, according to the report published in Menopause. To take a closer look at sex and older women, Harder and her colleagues analyzed surveys filled out by 24, women, half of whom were 64 or older. The researchers chose to focus on 4, women who also filled out a comment section that allowed them to write down their experiences in more detail. Just Lack of an intimate partner was the most common reason women cited, at
9 Things That Happen to Your Body If You Stop Having Sex
10 Things That Happen to Your Body When You Stop Having Sex
A popular adage says the bedroom should be for two things: sleep and sex. I think you can argue that it should also include self-care, as some of the most gratifying "me" nights of my life have been spent in the throws of my comfy sheets - reading, writing, meditating, et al. But one very important thing we have discovered throughout the course of our six-year relationship is that one thing that definitely does not belong in the bedroom is social media. In fact, we have a pact to leave the electronics out of our room completely.
Sex less likely and less satisfying as women hit older age
Going through a sexual dry spell? Our friends over at YourTango have a list of 10 things you should start expecting to happen to your body. There's many reasons your sex life may have hit a brick wall. Maybe you're going through a breakup. Perhaps you or your partner has been sick.
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