Menopause: Factors Affecting the Sexual Life Crisis of Middle-aged Couples

Menopause: A survey of factors affecting the sexual life crisis of middle-aged couples shows that the three major factors affecting the intimate relationship between middle-aged couples are often divergent views, large family responsibilities, and disharmony in sexual life. “Seven years of itch” is often used as a synonym for the crisis of middle-aged husband-and-wife relationship. Is it a “love” or “sex” problem? The results of a network survey published in Beijing on March 29 are thought-provoking. The survey shows that middle-aged couples in mainland China lack daily emotional communication, and the quality of sexual life is poor, and the index of intimacy is generally low. This is also the first large-scale online survey of the intimate relationship between middle-aged couples in China. The survey was conducted by the National Population and Family Planning Commission China Population Education Center and other institutions. A survey of 32,906 people was conducted through the Internet. Among them, 13758 men and 10,503 women answered the questionnaire. 63% of the respondents were 30-50 years old. between. The respondents generally believe that the three main factors affecting the intimacy index are: the views on the same thing are often inconsistent or severely divided, the family responsibility is large, and the sexual life is not harmonious. The proportion of middle-aged people who chose these three items was 45%, 37% and 27% respectively. Husband and wife relationship “preservation” Small tips experts pointed out that the intimate relationship between husband and wife needs to be maintained from time to time to maintain a more fresh feeling. 1. Help the other party to do the “details” problem. For example, before the husband shaves, the wife wipes off the water vapor on the mirror. 2. Try “regular appointments.” Set a fixed appointment time with your partner beforehand, such as one night a week, “Let the housework and official duties go away.” Two people act alone, walking, eating, watching a movie. 3. Plan each anniversary. For example, birthdays, wedding anniversary and holidays. 4. Change the location of intimacy. If you often talk in the kitchen, living room, intimate in bed, occasionally try to be intimate in the kitchen, living room, talking on the bed. 45% of middle-aged couples talk less about the situation. Many surveys show that with age, couples still maintain a certain degree of daily communication at home, and the intimacy of communication shows a significant downward trend. The most obvious distribution is mainly concentrated at 35 years old~ Middle-aged couple between the ages of 50. 45% of middle-aged couples complain that the couple influences intimacy due to uncoordinated views or serious differences. Even if communication is carried out, the content of the conversation is less involved in emotional life, mainly because of “just in case”, rather than actively communicating emotionally, and lacks effective means of “talking about feelings”, resulting in “difficulty”. When going out, the decline in the degree of communication between husband and wife is mainly concentrated in middle-aged couples between the ages of 35 and 50. The most obvious is that couples over the age of 50 are less than half of the frequent exchanges at home alone. Nearly a quarter of people do their own things, only occasionally with or without communication. At the same time, the level of communication has gradually declined with age. When two people are alone at home, only 41% of couples often have intimate “little moves.” For more information, click on Feihua Health’s gender topic: