Health News & Advice
How often should I have sex?
At FullMast Men’s Health clinics that are located in the Greater Toronto Area, we are often asked what a “normal” sex life looks like or how often our patients should be making love to become healthier. While peak sexual health looks different for every person and couple, we have reviewed many studies about how often couples make love in their 30s, 40s, 50s and beyond. Here are articles exploring these studies as well as insights about how much sex is needed to enjoy the health benefits of intimacy.
- Are You “Doing It” Enough? Here’s What the Science RecommendsMany couples wonder if their intimate life is “normal” or “healthy.” Magazines and websites try to make sense of trends with surveys and suggestions about how often you should have sex, while friends quietly compare notes in search of a magic formula for how often they should be getting busy. As a Men’s Health Clinic, […]
- Since health is a fundamental human right, so sexual health must also be a basic human rightThe World Health Organization defines sexual health The WHO defines sexual health as a state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality; it is not merely the absence of disease, dysfunction or infirmity. Sexual health requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility […]
- Not in the mood? Do it anyway. It’s good for you.How many times have these words “I’m not in the mood” stopped you and your partner from getting intimate? There are many reasons Canadian couples start having less sex, especially as relationships mature. This not only takes a toll on a relationship but can affect mood, sleep cycles, heart health and more. That’s why many […]