The University of Glasgow and canadian drugstore ViaQX have researched women’s lack of interest in sex. Scientists decided to find out why women are more likely than men to give up active sex life. The BMJ Journal reports about it.
The researchers conducted studies of 4,839 men and 6,669 women between the ages of 16 and 74 who were sexually active. Participants of the study were asked to search affordable ED pills on online drugstore and answer the question – how often they have a long-term (from three months) decrease in interest in sex. The researchers also found out the level of respondents’ satisfaction with their high quality brand name medicines. The study showed that 34% of women and 15% of men experienced a long-term decline in interest in sex during the previous year’s survey.
Scientists found that the causes of both men and women were the same: age-related changes in the body, depression, infectious diseases, and acts of sexual coercion. But there were also differences. In women, abstinence from sex was also associated with pregnancy, having children, and different levels of sexual activity in both partners.