Many factors can influence how often people have sex. Relationship status, health, and age can all play a role. As the relationship progresses, the rate might slow down. If they are busy with work or childcare, they might not have as much time for sex as they used to. Much depended on whether the respondents were single, partnered, or married. This was the highest rate in this age category.
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How often couples should have sex, according to 3 sex therapists - Insider
For a happy relationship, get busy under the sheets once a week it's science! A new study published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science says couples who have sex once a week are happier than those who get busy less often. Researchers collected data from 30, Americans over the course of 40 years, and determined the perfect number of times to have intercourse is once weekly. No less. And not even more. That's right; couples who experienced more frequent intimacy were not necessarily happier than the once-per-weekers.
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What is the “normal” frequency of sex?
Subscriber Account active since. Have you ever wondered if the amount of sex you're having is normal? It's completely natural to have insecurities around how much sex you and a partner engage in. But, it's important to keep in mind each relationship is different, with varying sexual needs.
Many people wonder how much sex they should be having. Just how important is sex, anyway? These are common questions asked in the offices of couples therapists and sex therapists and maybe just as commonly, worried about but not asked. This is because much of the data is from self-reported information. While it is important to have an initial reference point for different groups of people, it is typically not what someone is really asking.
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