Men and women struggle with the question: how much sex is too much or too little? What is enough and what is normal? Let’s get some clear answered based on your age.
Age is the key component to taking into the account when considering physical intimacy and its frequency. So, how much sex is enough?
Kinsey Institute's scientists have conducted a study and broken down people into the age groups. What they found out is amazing. Those ranging from 18 to 29 years of age in average should have 112 times per year. Roughly this is once in three days.
People in their 30ss (30-39) in average have sex 86 times per year, which is once in 4 days. People in their 40ss get busy only 69 times per year in average. 13 percents of all the married couples have sex only several times per year. 45 percent get it several times per months. Only 34 percent of all the couples have sex 2-3 times per week, and just 7 percent get busy more than 4 times a week.
These numbers are surprisingly low. It turns out that all that sex talk and obsession have not impacted the reality. What happens and why people enjoy intimacy so rarely?
Well, in many cases men feel like women do not care. Ladies may be breastfeeding, having postpartum depression. They get pregnant and carry babies. Or they get overloaded with the housework, kids, careers, etc.
Women feel that men become less responsive to them in bed. Couples get used to each other and being so busy with things they rarely find time to sit down and just talk. When there is no closeness of spirit and heart, sex is doomed to die out.
At this, most people think it’s great to have sex at least several times a week or at least once a week. And the good news is that you can do things to change that. Make your marriage a priority. Invest your time and energy into your relationship and your passion, can rekindle.