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British men and women are having significantly less intercourse than inthe data suggests, with young and early-middle-aged married and zen massage bangkok couples driving the negative trend. Fewer than half of people aged between 16 and 44 are having sex at least once a week, according to figures from the latest British National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles Natsals.

The decrease was most pronounced among 35 to year-olds, among whom women reported having sex four times a month in but twice inwith men reporting a decrease of four to three times a month over the same period. However, more than half people having sex in the bedroom women and nearly two thirds of men said they wished they were having sex more often, particularly te who were married or living.

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O verall, the proportion reporting no hwving in the past month fell between the first people having sex in the bedroom second surveys, from Meanwhile those who had sex 10 or more times in the past month also fell during this time, from The scientists suggest the results should be a cause for concern because enjoying a regular sex life is thf believed to correlated to greater overall health.

Writing in a linked editorialPeter Leusink, an expert at Radboud University Medical Centre in The Netherlands, said doctors should question their patients about the frequency they have sex.

However, the study does not include data on kissing, cuddling or other forms of petting, which may independently improve health and wellbeing. P rofessor Kaye Wellings, who led the research, said: Need a better way to start your day?

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