“Sex may have longer gratification and might have a bigger payoff, but people are going for fast and easy.”She said people can reclaim their bedroom and use it not to update Twitter, but to spend time with their partner. Andes said if you have a “noisy brain,” sex reallocates your blood flow to your genitals and can help clear your thoughts.
We’re often told that a happy and healthy sex life isn’t about a number — it’s about two mutually satisfied partners.
But just like aiming for drinking eight glasses of water each day, it’s only natural to wonder if there’s a baseline we should observe for our sex lives, too.
Here are a few things sex therapists say to think about next time you're questioning your sex life: A 40-year study that surveyed more than 30,000 Americans, found in 2015 that couples who have sex once a week are the happiest.
So, should couples put a number on how often they hop in the bed?
If you want to put some sizzle back into your sex life, food can help you set the mood.