Senior sex: separating the myths from the facts

By October 8, 2017Wellness

We see, read and hear so much about the sex lives of those in their 20s and 30s in the moves, online and in novels. Does that mean that once you reach the age of 50 and onwards that ultimately your sex life doesn’t exist? The answer is a resounding no, and it’s something that people in their advancing years should focus on because a healthy sex life has many benefits.

Growing old is of course inevitable, but the key thing to remember is that sex does not age discriminate and so it should form part of your life even if you don’t have a partner. People can have fulfilling and spectacular masturbation sessions which can be aided further by the likes of some adult toys.

Lubrication is a fantastic addition to any person’s sex life so it’s a good idea to look into that too. Couples may find that they connect better sexually after the age of 50 as their “baby-making” years are likely behind them. While of course there are some physical and physiological issues that might arise for people as they grow older, there are many things like medical intervention which can help.

Other things that assist might not even require medical intervention but any concerns in this area are best to be chatted about with medical professionals at the outset to ease any fears. Attitude is everything as we grow older and so it’s vital that people don’t view this growing older period as a time where their sex lives will diminish because they won’t as long as the individual makes sure to keep a focus on it.

The guys at Carvaka Adult Toys have put together this infographic below which details everything you need to know about sex after the age of 50. It separates the common myths about sex and this particular demographic; it highlights some key issues to remember; it focuses on how to add some spice to senior sex lives and lots more too. Check it out below.

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