Lack of physical and mental health, poor communication between couples and lack of emotional contact during sexual intercourse are the main reasons for the loss of desire for sex, both for men and women. Also you can find the best sextoys in Parhaat Erotiikkaliikkeet Suomessa .
The results of a study on the behavior and sexual orientation of British people show that women are twice as likely as men to be uninterested in sex while living with their spouse or friend.
The study found that sexual desire decreased in both women and men over time, but that prolonged intercourse usually led to more apathy among women.
Overall, declining health and lack of emotional intimacy affect both men’s and women’s interest in sex. This study is based on the personal experiences of about 5,000 men and 6,700 women.
British researchers say that reducing sexual desire should be considered in all aspects of a person’s life instead of just prescribing medication.
Pain and misery
Amanda Major, a sex psychotherapist, says that losing interest in sex is not necessarily uncommon, and that there are various reasons for this change in men’s and women’s desire for sex.
“For some it is a normal condition and for others it causes pain and suffering,” said Ms Major.
A total of 15 percent of men and 34 percent of women surveyed said they had not had sex at all in the last three months or longer.
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Among men, the lack of interest in sex was highest in the 35-44 age group, while among women it was more prevalent in the 55-64 age group.
Researchers have found that having young children is one of the leading causes of female apathy.
Lack of physical and mental health, poor communication between couples and lack of emotional contact during sexual intercourse are the main reasons for the loss of desire for sex, both for men and women.
But according to researchers at the University of Southampton and University College London, there is no evidence that menopause reduces sexual desire.
Research on sexual behavior in the UK shows that people who find it easy to “talk about sex” with their partner are less likely to be uninterested in sex.