It's easy to believe Millennials exist in a world of constant erotic possibility, replete with Tinder dates, smart sex-toys and polyamorous relationships. If that's really the case, my late mother's favourite maxim rings true: too much choice makes people unhappy. For, according to a new sex survey, women aged are the least satisfied with their sex lives, with 49 per cent reporting disappointment while those aged are the most sexually contented - a mere 29 per cent felt short-changed. The report from Public Health England interviewed women and found that across all age groups, 42 per cent of women didn't feel their sexual needs were being met. This data comes after a report which found Millennials were losing their virginity later than their parents, while one in eight had not had sex by the age of The dating site Match.
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A gynecologist offers medical advice to help you find that spark again. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. For many women over the age of 50, these feelings can be common, says gynecologist Katie Propst, MD. After menopause you may face an increasing number of barriers to sex, including dryness and constriction of the vagina or medical conditions such as diabetes and extra weight.
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They say that 50 is the new What they don't say is that while you might act and feel younger at 50 than your mother did even at 40, your body is still 50 years old. That typically means a significiant drop in estrogen levels. Beyond the hot flashes and night sweats, such a decline can also lead to changes in your sexual function and reproductive system. As you probably know, sex starts in the brain, not the vagina.
AARP Rewards is here to make your next steps easy, rewarding and fun! Learn more. But what about everyone else's? In a survey that's still under way, more than 8, people over 50 have already revealed what happens in their relationships — and in their bedrooms. Read on for a look at 14 survey questions, think about how you would answer and see how you stack up with the results thus far.