Sex and Aging: Reignite Passion and Romance
As you age, your sexuality changes. Some of these changes can be perplexing, disheartening, even frightening.
- Have you been together for many years and now romance and passion are gone?
- Are you over 50 and noticing a disturbing fall-off in sexual desire?
- Are you feeling an emotional disconnect with your partner? Does your heart feel closed? Are you emotionally numb?
- Are you wondering “where’s my libido gone?”
- Are you feeling ashamed or embarrassed about your lack of interest in sex?
- Is it difficult to talk intimately about your sexual relationship?
- Is your partner asking “What’s wrong? Is it me?”
- Men, are you having problems with erections?
- Women, has intercourse become painful?
- Would you rather watch TV than make love?
- Are you consistently “too tired” to stir the pot?
- Do you have physical ailments that make lovemaking difficult?
- Does the lovemaking you do have end quickly?
- Are you having sex less than once a week, once a month, once a year, never?
- Have you gotten to the point where you don’t want to even try anymore? Is your marriage a sexless marriage? Have you given up completely?
Don’t give up! You can make wonderful love to any age – no matter how long you’ve been together
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According to the definitive study on sex and aging by the University of Chicago Medical School: “The prevalence of sexual activity declines with age, yet a substantial number of men and women engage in vaginal intercourse, oral sex and masturbation even in the eighth and ninth decades of life.”
(New England Journal of Medicine (August 23, 2007), 357(8): 762-774)
You have a choice about how to respond to changes in your sexuality. You may become fearful because you don’t know what is happening and you don’t know what to expect. Or, you may understand that you are in the midst of a natural process that can lead you to greater fulfillment than you ever imagined. Experiences of pleasure and intimate sexual connection have less to do with your chronological age and more to do with your state of mind and heart.
- How to bring passion and romance back into your lives
- That you can still make fabulous love in your 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond
- Methods for communicating comfortably about the most intimate things
- Ways to satisfy your partner at any age
- How to have thoroughly satisfying sex without an erection
- Techniques for overcoming erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation
- Practices for truly delightful intercourse
- That both women and men can experience multiple orgasms
- More pleasure than you thought possible
- That sex is much more fun than TV
According to Newsweek, “We’re in the middle of a senior (sex) moment.” We agree and we say hoorah! And we invite you to join the moment. Don’t let anyone else determine your attitude toward sexuality. Decide for yourself. Get in the know. Get in the now.
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Don’t be a statistic.
Here are some findings from “A Study of Sexuality and Health among Older Adults in the United States” by University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, reported in New England Journal of Medicine (August 23, 2007), 357(8): 762-774.
- “Sexual dysfunction is associated with poor health.”
- “The likelihood of being sexually active declined steadily with age and was uniformly lower among women than among men. In addition, the likelihood of being sexually active was positively associated with self-reported health.”
Comment:It’s interesting to wonder, is poor health the reason seniors have less sex, or is it that more frequent sex improves health? The answer: frequent sex improves your health. So get sexy and get healthy. Get sexy and stay healthy. Get sexy and slow aging. Get sexy and stay younger.
- “Among those who were not in a relationship, only 22% of men and 4% of women reported being sexually active in the previous year.”
Comment: Staying sexually active sustains and nurtures the relationship, giving you a much better chance to stay together for life. Less sex means less chance of staying together. If your relationship ends, your sexual activity will diminish dramatically, and if your sexual activity diminishes while you are still together, it threatens the longevity or your relationship, your health and even your life. Stay together. Get in bed together. Stay sexually active.
- “Even in this oldest age group (75-85 years), 54% of sexually active persons reported having sex at least two to three times per month, and 23% reported having sex once a week or more.”
Comment:This is not only possible, but staying sexually active in old age is positively related to relationship happiness, health and longevity.
- “Women were more likely to rate sex as being ‘not at all important’ (35%, as compared with 13% of men). A total of 41% of respondents in the oldest-age group rated sex as being ‘not at all important,’… Respondents who were not sexually active were also more likely to give this answer (48%, as compared with 5% of respondents who were sexually active).”
Comment: Use it or lose it!
- “Among men, the most prevalent sexual problems…were difficulty in achieving or maintaining an erection…, lack of interest in sex…, climaxing too quickly…, anxiety about performance…, and inability to climax…
- For women, the most common sexual problems…were lack of interest in sex…, difficulty with lubrication…, inability to climax…, finding sex not pleasurable…, and pain (most commonly felt at the vagina during entry… As compared with respondents who rated their health as being excellent, very good, or good, respondents who rated their health as being fair or poor had a higher prevalence of several problems…”
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