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S ex and health go hand in hand. Research has linked it to a slimmer waistline, a stronger heart and a lower risk for prostate and breast cancers. But Americans today are having less of it than Americans a decade ago, according to a just-released study appearing in Archives of Sexual Behavior.
From to , the average American adult had sex nine fewer times per year than Americans did from to , the researchers found. That drop in frequency was even steeper for married couples who live together; they had sex 16 fewer times a year. But the increase in time spent working and parenting may be possible explanations for the drop in sex among married people.
Plus, with the rise in quality and accessibility of streaming entertainment, competition for free time is stiffer. The allure of Netflix and other device-based diversions may be elbowing sex aside. But despite these declines in hanky panky, our lives are far from sexless. Muise and her study team found that couples who have a lot of sex tend to experience better wellbeing.
But beyond once a week, the wellbeing benefits of sex seem to level off. Still, whether sex is a symptom or a cause of wellbeing, a healthy sex life is worth the work. It may just take a little more work to get your fires started. at letters time. By Markham Heid. Get our Health Newsletter. up to receive the latest health and science news, plus answers to wellness questions and expert tips. Please enter a valid address. Please attempt to up again. Up Now. An unexpected error has occurred with your up.
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