Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) August 21, 2010
SexlessMarriageProblem.com has held two surveys: firstly, showing that although 26% of married couples hadn't had sex in 2009 at all, people started to realize the importance of such a thing as foreplay in order to improve sex life - 59.3% of couples consider a foreplay to be the most important part in sexual intercourse.
Inadequate or no sex at all between married couples leads to sexless marriage. Research conducted by the US National Health and Social Life found that 2% of married defendants in divorce cases reported no sex. The research also found that most married couples have sex once a week unlike unmarried couples that have sex at least 3 times weekly. An average of twenty to twenty-five percent of men and thirty to fifty percent of women are said to lack sex drive. In relation to this, most women suffer from Hypoactive Sexual Desire (HSD), a recurring or persistent lack of sexual desire.
However, there are several sexless marriage tips people can learn in order to fix a sexless marriage and reclaim lost passion and intimacy. First, lack of sex in marriage is usually a symptom not the problem. Secondly, this problem is experienced by 26% of married couples. The power of effective communication is most crucial in mending this problem. This is because, without proper exchange of information between married couples, a spouse cannot tell what the partner is going through.
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