When we heard about a survey last week that found only one percent people were having sex once a day and the majority of people were doing it once or twice a week, our first thought was, They definitely didn't poll Cosmo readers. And we were right. We surveyed thousands of you Cosmo-reading ladies and, not surprisingly, you're way more sexual than the average woman. Check out the results:.
How much sex should couples have? Here's what experts say.
Here's How Much Sex Couples Are Having Per Week
That said, a study that appeared in the Archives of Sexual Behavior found that the average adult currently enjoys sex 54 times a year, which equates to about once a week. This is less sex, by about nine per year, compared to a similar study done in the s. Interestingly, though, another study published in Social Psychological and Personality Science — which surveyed over 30, Americans over 40 years for three different projects — discovered that a once weekly frequency was the Goldilocks standard for happiness. Sexual intimacy is vital in any relationship, and not just for the sensual pleasure of it all.
Here’s How Much Sex You Should Have Every Week
Maybe it's to find reassurance that you're normal. Or maybe it's to feel great about how things are going for you. Whether things are hot and heavy, or you need some help , one question has us all wondering: How much are other couples having sex? From to , he surveyed over 20, couples married and non-married through his website to find out just that: How much are couples actually doing it?
While relationships are obviously built around more than just the physical, everyone's curious about how much sex couples have. A study found that couples in happy, satisfied, long-term relationships tend to have sex about once a week. Sure if you add that all up, it may seem like a lot of time spent getting down. But according to a new global survey conducted by Reebok and PR consultant firm Censuswide, people actually spend a lot less time having sex than you might think — we spend. Reebok and Censuswide conducted a survey of over 9, people from nine countries such as the United States, Germany, France, and Mexico, to evaluate how people spend their days.