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How many times a week is it ideal to have sex? Science reveals

How many times a week is it ideal to have sex? Science reveals

For you, what is the amount of perfect sex in a week? Each person has their own number and of course this will also vary according to the period they are living. Thinking about it, a study decided to find out what that ideal number of transas would be in a one-week period, based on life stages.

A study by the Kinsey Institute in the United States rated this value from certain age groups. For them, people between the ages of 18 and 29 should fuck, on average, twice a week. Another study from Wilkes University in the United States showed that this amount helps increase the amount of antibodies in college students.

Already in the 30 to 39 age bracket, the average of this value drops to 1.6 times a week , reaching 86 times in the 12-month period. What is no coincidence is the fact that this age group is often when many people decide to start a family, which can reduce the amount of sex in general. Not to mention the career, which is usually in full swing at this stage. For those who are between 40 and 49 years, the total decreases to 69 times in the year. The study also found that 45% of couples consider having sex many times a month, 34% do between two or three times a month. and 13% have sex only a few times a year. Another study by the site Your Tango discovered the quantities that the couples themselves consider as "little, average and ideal". The results show that the lowest value would be once a month, that the average would be once a week and the ideal between three and five times a week.


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