By Siofra Brennan For Mailonline. Whether the fire of passion is well and truly burning in your relationship, or you only manage intimacy, you've probably found yourself wondering if the regularity of your sex life is 'normal'. Now you can find out, thanks to a study from the Kinsey Institute for research in Sex, Reproduction and Gender which has been recirculated, according to Medical Daily. Researchers found that you can tell how your sex life measures up to others, according to your age, which is one of the main predictors for how often you get intimate with your partner.
Here's The Average Amount Of Sex People Are Having At Your Age
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Skip navigation! Story from Wellness. There's really no such thing as the "right amount of sex" that you should be having, but if you've ever wondered how you stack up amongst your peers, a study from the Kinsey Institute has your answer. Medical Daily reports that a recirculated study from the Kinsey Institute for research in Sex, Reproduction and Gender suggests that age has something to do with how often you have sex. No real surprise here: year olds were the age group that had the most sex, with an average of times per year, or twice per week. Meanwhile, those in the next age group, 30 to 39, had sex an average of 86 times per year, and those in the 40 to 49 age group had sex an average of 69 times per year. It's probably not too surprising that the frequency with which people have sex drops off as they age.
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Scientists have crunched the numbers on how often wedded couples get busy in the sheets — and found out what they're into. How do you measure up? Do the deed as often as you go to Sunday brunch, and you're normal as bacon and eggs.
Here is what they say, as well as some additional tips to help you get your sex life on track! There is some question among sex therapists about what the true average is for couples in committed relationships. The answers can range from once a week to once a month!