What really happens, according to doctors. What you probably don't detect so easily is the way your libido changes as you get older. But it does, thanks to a host of factors. Many factors—some biological, some psychological—influence whether your sex drive is on full throttle or at a standstill at any age.
Sex Life Becomes More Satisfying for Women After 40
What Sex After 40 Is REALLY Like
For some, that heightened satisfaction comes from having great sex; for others, it stems from the fact that while their sexual activity has decreased, so has their desire, the survey showed. The researchers surveyed a group of women between ages 40 and , with a median age of Half of the responders said they were sexually active, and most of those women said they were able to become aroused, maintain lubrication and achieve orgasm during sex, even after the age of Moreover, among sexually active women, those who were below age 55 or above 80 were the most likely to report satisfaction with their ability to achieve orgasms.
How Your Sex Drive Changes in Your 20s, 30s, and 40s
What could possibly change between now and then to make me want to have sex less? Sure, my body will likely go through some physiological changes in the near future that could change the way my husband and I pre-game. More: Shower sex positions that are just the right amount of steamy.
Katie Smith. I had more energy and felt lighter and happier, but something else was brewing. My libido was suddenly awake again. While I have always enjoyed sex, intimacy and being a bit naughty, I realized that part of me mellowed out a bit in my early to mids.