A recent study has revealed that those older couples who have sex more than once in a month tend to stay healthier and happier than the ones who have been celibate for a long time.
It has been found after a number of surveys and researches that couples are happier when they tend to have regular sex, irrespective of their old age. Many have agreed to the fact that they try their best to resolve arguments on the bed, because it’s the most vulnerable time for both the partners, and they feel emotionally inclined towards each other.
Scientists are of the view that older people can enjoy the golden era of their life if they tend to have regular sex. It was found in a survey that 59% of the people who had had sexual activity more than once a month were happier than the many that had gone celibate for over a year or son.
There is need for motivating older people to rekindle the flame of love in their lives once again and have regular love-making, in order to lead a healthy, content and happy life.
“This study will help open the lines of communication and spark interest in developing “outside the box” approaches to dealing with resolvable issues that limit or prevent older adults from participating in sexual activity”, revealed Professor Adrienne Jackson, from the Florida Agricultural and Medical University.
Sex plays a very important part in maintaining one’s personal health and wellness as well as the harmony and depth in the relationship. This is why it is essential to understand the benefits of regular sex.
It has been revealed in a number of surveys that sex keep people bonded and there are lesser differences in the couples that make out regularly.
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