Good sex ‘takes constant effort’

Britons suffering problems in the bedroom have been reassured that they are not alone.


Almost all couples go through periods when they do not have sex and need to try hard to make their relationship work, wrote Catherine Hood in the Daily Mirror.

The article advised people to examine their stresses and assess whether these impact their psychosexual health and wellbeing.

Couples should also discuss any resentful feelings sooner rather than later.

“Think about the reasons why they may have gone off sex and don’t automatically assume your relationship is in trouble. Compromise if your partner naturally has a different sex drive to you then compromise about how often you have sex,” Ms Hood recommended.

She added: “Try to agree on something which satisfies both of you.”

Seeking professional help was touted as one possible solution for couples who believe they cannot bring their sex life back on track without external support.

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