Researchers have found that casual sex with multiple partners actually decreases sexual satisfaction over time

Researchers have said that casual sex with multiple partners certainly decreases sexual satisfaction over time.

Experts from the University of Exeter used data from 15,000 men and women aged 18 to 59 from the British National Survey of Sexual Attitudes, the Telegraph reports.

- Since it is less likely that religious people practice casual sex, it is more likely that they will have sex only in love relationships, this may lead to low expectations of sexual activity outside the formal community - said the author of study dr.

Vegard Skirbekk.


He said that "satisfaction with their sexual life in general has also increased".

While pleasure initially increased with the frequency of sex, it decreased with the high number of chances to have sex.

Too much sex can lead to low satisfaction, commented co-author Dr.

Nitzan Peri-Rotem.

The study, published in the Journal of Sex Research, also looked at educated adults who had less sex and were less satisfied compared to those with less education.

Also, it is good to note that regular sex strengthens your health as much as giving up drinks and cigarettes.

New research has shown that making love twice a week reduces the risk of heart attack.


"We estimate that 20 minutes of sexual activity in a man is equivalent to walking 1.5km, which is a reasonable amount of physical effort if you do it often enough," said Geoffrey Hackett, professor of men's health at Aston University in Birmingham.