Sex over 40 women

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For many people, being over the age of 40 is pretty great: Your career is is a good place and your confidence is at an all-time high. However, for some their sex-life can change as time goes on and unfortunately it is not always for the better. There are some ways you can keep ways to keep things fresh in your sex life and it is easier than you think. Check out these tips from our resident sexologist, Jodie West. What you may not know about Jodie is not only has she studied this but she has also lived it. You are not alone in this.


6 Ways To Have Better Sex In Your 40s, 50s & Beyond

For some, that heightened satisfaction comes from having great sex; for others, it stems from the fact that while their sexual activity has decreased, so has their desire, the survey showed. The researchers surveyed a group of women between ages 40 and , with a median age of Half of the responders said they were sexually active, and most of those women said they were able to become aroused, maintain lubrication and achieve orgasm during sex, even after the age of Moreover, among sexually active women, those who were below age 55 or above 80 were the most likely to report satisfaction with their ability to achieve orgasms. The number of women who weren't sexually active but still expressed satisfaction surprised her as well. The study was the first of its size to focus exclusively on the sex lives of healthy women, a shift from previous efforts that had centered on studying women with sexual dysfunction, or tested the effects of hormone therapy on women's sex lives, Barrett-Connor said. The researchers mailed a questionnaire to 1, women who had participated in the Rancho Bernardo Study, a survey of people in a suburban California community that has been ongoing since

The Big Way Sex Changes For Couples After 40

For many people, life over 40 is pretty great: Your career is better than ever and your confidence is at an all-time high. However, the sands of time spare no one, and for some over folks, life in the bedroom can change dramatically as the years pass—and not always for the better. But if you want to keep things fresh in the sheets after the big has come and gone, doing so may be easier than you think.
As a practicing gynecologist for over 20 years, I'm all too familiar with the struggles that women face in midlife, especially when it comes to decreased or nonexistent libidos and disconnected, unsatisfying relationships. In fact, this issue is one of the core focuses of my medical practice, which is dedicated to women in midlife. When you look at the perfect storm that we face beginning in our 40s and 50s—disappearing fertility, hormonal changes, children leaving the nest, aging or dying parents—it's no wonder that our relationships and our sex drive get put on the back burner and begin to wilt. After a while, we feel as if we have completely lost our sexual being, which is a depressing conclusion to come to, and one that I sought to challenge.