Trust me, you were doing it wrong all these years.
People believe, as they grow older their ability to make love diminishes and they somehow settle down for the fact that they cannot indulge in it anymore. This isn't usually the case because there are still couples who enjoy their time even after entering old age.
Sex isn't that big of a deal if you think about it. Everyone in the world is curious about it, a lot of them make a lot of mistakes while making love as they search for ways to amp up the pleasure. If you believe that you are getting too old for all this stuff, read on ahead to know the how much sex you should have depending on your age.
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That is a big question bugging a lot of people. This is a question everyone asks but hope that they don't sound too desperate, prudish or are scared to ask their parents.
They consider once or twice a week is completely normal to make love and indulge in some hot business. And for single people, more than twice a week is okay, depending if they are into one night stands or not!
They conducted a sex-related survey where they found out the right balance to have sex for each age group.
112 times a year! That is equal to almost 2 times a week.
PHEW! This is the normal range. Isn't it?
For people a little older, 86 times a year. These are the people who are building a family and so sex can be a hit or miss.
For middle-aged couples, 69 times a year sounds good. As you already know, the older a couple gets, the less is their frequency.
Some people think that just because they are getting married, they have sealed the deal to have sex daily. That may be true but there are still factors that can affect that.
Because life happens. Couples may discover that their honeymoon period does not live for long and that the arguments gradually enter the picture.
Having a baby changes the perspective of a woman for she has to take care of the baby. She forgets that she needs to give her husband sometimes too.
What is your age? I hope this might have helped you figure out your frequency.