NORMAL AMOUNT OF SEX
There is no normal amount of sex! It is okay to have sex every day with your partner as long as you are both happy. It doesn’t matter if you want sex every day, or multiple times a day, or twice or three times a week. It is totally up to you and your partner and also it depends on the levels of your sex drive. Each couple has a different amount of sex, so there is no specific amount that is normal.
SEX AMOUNT MAY DECREASE
Depending on a couple’s relationship status, issues, individual’s sex drive, stress, illness, mood changes, and other life changes, the amount of sex can change or decrease. However, only if your partner does not want to engage in sex with you frequently, it would be considered uncomfortable to have sex every day. Some reasons maybe it interferes with daily activities including parenting.
WHAT IS A NORMAL AMOUNT OF SEX DRIVE?
There is no right or wrong level of libido and there is no normal amount of sex regarding how often you may have sex. Some couples have sex more frequently, while others may have sex once or twice in a week. It all depends on the levels of sex drive per couple or what they prefer as a couple. However, you can increase your libido by lowering your stress levels or by living a healthy lifestyle.
TIPS FOR HAVING MORE FREQUENT SEX
- Be creative.
- Use protection.
- Use lubrication.
- Practise safe sex.
- If you have ED, treat it.
- Maintain healthy lifestyle.
WHAT ARE HEALTH BENEFITS OF SEX?
- Better sleep.
- Increased libido.
- Better heart health.
- Improved self-esteem.
- Lower blood pressure.
- Better immune system.
- Lower risk for heart disease.
- Immediate natural pain relief.
- Decreased depression and anxiety.
- Improve bladder control in women.
- May decrease the risk of prostate cancer in men.
- Increased intimacy and closeness to a sexual partner.
- Overall stress reduction, both physiological and emotional.
Mens Clinic International deals with any sexual problems that are related to Weak Erections, Early Ejaculation, Low Libido, STIs or Circumcision. Do get in touch with us to book a consultation with our professional doctors who specialise in Men’s Sexual Health.
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