Sex and Aging: The Facts May Surprise You

From the time we hit puberty, many of us, especially guys, have sex on the brain 24/7. But as we get older, sex changes. Our bodies don’t necessarily look as good out of our clothes as they once did. And sometimes we’re not able to perform like we once did. But does that mean we should give up having sex entirely?

How Old is Too Old for Sex?

There is a pervasive myth that says the older you get, the less sex you have. While some people over the age of 55 have reported their sex lives have declined, others in their 60, 70s and older report they still have plenty of sexy encounters with their partners.

Here’s something else that needs to be mentioned:

Yes, sex in your 20s and 30s was hot and robust and very athletic. Older sex is more erotic and sensual. There is a deeper intimacy and more playfulness.

Are you wondering just how many older people are having sex? Well, when asked if they’d had partnered sex in the previous 12 months, the respondents of a 2007 University of Chicago survey of men and women said:

Men answering yes:
57 to 64: 84%
65 to 74: 67%
75 to 85: 39%

Women answering yes:
57 to 64: 62%
65 to 74: 40%
75 to 85: 17%

That means that more than half of men remain sexually active until the age of 75 and more than half of women remain sexually active until the age of 65.

So if you thought sex was over once you hit 55, or whatever made up number you had in your head, you are wrong.

If you’re an older man or woman, and you’d like to rekindle your sex life, keep reading, because we’re going to share some tips in just a bit. But first…

How Sex Changes as We Age

As I mentioned earlier, if you listen to the messaging from Hollywood or the mainstream media, they would have us all believe that sex is something that’s relegated for those between the ages of 18 and 50!

But this couldn’t be further from the truth.

While our body may change and not have the flexibility it once did, and while our skin may sag, most older adults are still very much interested in having sex.

And okay, sex may not be as spontaneous and wild as it once was. But many seniors report that sex can be much more loving, playful and intimate in later years.

Of course, we can’t deny that sometimes, even when the libido is still there, the body doesn’t always respond the way we’d like to.

For women, this can mean vaginal dryness, which can lead to painful sex. But by using some lubricant, both the man and woman can have a pleasurable time. If things are still too painful for vaginal intercourse, there’s always oral sex.

Things aren’t always so easy to solve on the male’s side. Often older men can’t achieve or maintain an erection, even during extended masturbation.

But there are ways to improve your erections, and you can do so without having to use prescription medications that come with nasty side effects.

Our Golden Royal Honey is loaded with all-natural ingredients that have been scientifically proven to help both men and women get their libido back.

Our honey has also been shown to help men achieve an erection at any age.

Do not be fooled by Hollywood or the mainstream media. Sex is a wonderful part of life, yes, even into our golden years.

If you need a little help in the bedroom, try our Golden Royal Honey today.