Our world is full of studies that have been evaluated by a lot of scientists and health professionals, and in this article, we will look at one of them, a study on the best age for intimacy with your partner....CONTINUE READING HERE
Despite the common belief that people in their twenties are at their physical and hormonal prime, a new study reveals that this is perhaps not the best time to have truly spectacular closeness with another person. The study doesn’t prove that your best sex years are in your thirties, but it does imply that they’re in your ’50s and ’60s.
According to healthline, people in their 20s and 30s may be unhappy about their bodies, self-conscious about their appearance, and skeptical of their performance during the process, all of which can interfere with intimacy with their partners.
But why do adults in their 50s and 60s value closeness so much more? This is due to the fact that their bodies have evolved over time and that they are now more attuned to the sensation of pleasure when they are physically fit and active. After menopause, most women welcome the opportunity for closer physical closeness, and they have a greater understanding of and appreciation for each other’s bodies.
The golden years of intimacy, then, are not the twenties but the fifties and sixties. That’s because as a person ages, their body undergoes changes that alter their energy output, and it’s also important to keep in mind that steady intimacy triumphs over hasty attachment....CONTINUE READING HERE