“Sexual Life Expectancy” may be a new term that you’ve never heard of, but a new study has recently measured this concept in reference to healthy men and women. Sexually active life expectancy calculates how general health affects the quality of sex as people age.
One interesting finding in the study: By age 75, 17% of women and 39% of men were sexually active. But for those with a partner, these gender differences were much smaller.
Good health may not only help you live longer, it could help you enjoy a longer, more satisfying sex life as well, a study shows….
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