I will not reiterate the benefits of sex on an individual’s health and mind. Sex done right can also bring in the perfect harmony one looks for in their relationship. What a lot of people seem to be worried about is how much sex should be considered healthy in a relationship. Let me tell you something – if you are ‘worrying’ about sex, you are not enjoying it.
As Much As You Both Would Like
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Remind yourself that it is your relationship with your partner. So, the best people to decide how much sex is healthy in your relationship is the two of you. There can be couples who are doing it 3 times each, 5 nights a week, who otherwise share an exasperated relationship. There can be another set of couples doing it 2 nights a week and still share a brilliant chemistry. So, you two can enjoy sex as many times a week or in a day as it makes you both happy.
Different People Have Different Sex Drive
There is no need to start speculating about your partner being a sex-addict, nor need you assume that they are not interested in sex. Different people have different sex drive. That does not indicate the wellbeing of your relationship. Rather, talk about it with your partner and try to find out if there is any particular reason for their excessive want or lack of want of sex. Feel absolutely free to make an appointment with a sexologist and seek proper guidance. You can only enjoy good sex when you and your partner have an open mind and similar feelings about it.
You can have sex as many times as you like. A healthy relationship means going out, eating out, watching movies, meeting friends, and also devoting time to your own family. If sex is taking away all your time, then maybe you should rethink and bring down the counts of the sessions. Good sex is something that cannot be quantified. No matter how many times you have it, ensure it is good, with a decent amount of foreplay. The moment you feel it is being mechanical, stop it, dress up, and go on a short drive perhaps.