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Many factors can influence how often people have sex. Relationship status, health, and age can all play a role. As the relationship progresses, the rate might slow down. If they are busy with work or childcare, they might not have as much time for sex as they used to.
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Weekly sexual activity linked to later menopause
What is the “normal” frequency of sex? | ISSM
Back to Lifestyle and exercise. Women enter the menopause when they stop releasing eggs, usually in their 40s or 50s. Some of the timing seems to be down to genetics, while lifestyle factors such as smoking are also important. This study was designed to test the theory that women's bodies may stop releasing eggs when the body senses that a woman is no longer likely to get pregnant — for example because she is no longer having sex. The researchers also wanted to look into a theory that exposure to male pheromones for example, from living with men delays menopause.
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How much sex should couples have? Here's what experts say.
Here is what they say, as well as some additional tips to help you get your sex life on track! There is some question among sex therapists about what the true average is for couples in committed relationships. The answers can range from once a week to once a month! When couples stop having sex, their relationships become vulnerable to anger, detachment, infidelity and, ultimately, divorce. However, another study, printed in The University of Chicago Press about 10 years ago, stated that married couples are having sex about seven times a month, which is a little less than twice a week.
And, according to researchers from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, sex once a week is the key. Previous studies have argued more sex equals more happiness, but this study , based on surveys of more than 30, Americans over the span of 40 years is challenging that—even though the researchers are unsure whether having sex up to once a week makes couples happier, or if being in a happy relationship causes people to have more frequent sex. Kinda like the old chicken or the egg conundrum. The study even broke some widely held stereotypes, such as the idea that men want more sex or that older people typically have less sex.