For every tenth person, sex is less appealing, and every fourth has problems experiencing orgasm, according to a new study conducted at the University of London.
The woman’s interest in sex is increasingly declining due to the overwhelming demands of the partner, children and work responsibilities. In the research of Dr. Catherine Mercer, 11,000 Britons were aged between 16 and 44 years old. The final conclusion is that married women have much more sexual problems with regard to women and men who are not constantly in touch.
Couples, on average, have four sexual relationships per month. Women often find that these problems are noticeable when they have a child under 5 years of age.
“It is quite logical, given the lack of sleep. Care for children and family is more difficult for women than for men who have a 10-fold higher testosterone level compared to female hormones. Nobody is ready to speak openly on this topic. Only 44% of women and 35% of men have sexual problems, and only 11% of men and 21% of women are ready to seek professional help, “said Dr. Mercer.