Here’s the perfect way to have more sex

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Here’s the perfect way to have more sex

I know that I personally never need a reason to have more sex. 

I love sex – as my wife, Jodi, can tell you. 

And thankfully, with Nirvana Sex, she loves it just as much as I do although in a different way than I do…

But did you know that sex can influence your women’s biological clock? 

It’s weird, but true. This study is about women who are approaching menopause but it probably holds for all women…

In fact, one of the benefits of sex is that…women who have regular sex delay the onset of menopause – which can give her health benefits in the long term.

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What is menopause?

I get a lot of letters from men about menopause. 

They don’t normally say they are talking about menopause, but they describe the symptoms of menopause to me…

And men are often frustrated with the changes in their women.

Menopause is a normal biological phase for women and most women experience menopause around the age of 51 or so.

Menopause is the time when a woman’s menstrual periods stop permanently and they can no longer get pregnant. Some people call the time leading up to a woman’s last period menopause. This time actually is the transition to menopause, or perimenopause.”

Because of dropping estrogen levels at this point in a woman’s life, she will often start to experience painful sex and a diminishing sex drive. 

I know this sounds depressing.

But it’s not inevitable, as the thousands of men I’ve helped can tell you.

“After menopause, a woman’s body makes much less of the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Very low estrogen levels after menopause can affect a woman’s health and cause symptoms such as hot flashes.”

AND, while delaying menopause can delay these physical symptoms, it’s also shown that women who delay menopause have a healthier life overall. 

Their memory functions better and they have reduced risk for stroke and heart disease.

Regular sex delays menopause.

One of the main ways for a woman to delay menopause is to have sex on a regular basis.

“We did observe that women who reported to have sex weekly during the study period were 28% less likely to experience menopause than women who had sex less than monthly. This is an indication that ANM (age of natural menopause) may be somewhat facultative in response to the likelihood of pregnancy.”

Scientists think this is a tactic by the body to maximize reproductive capabilities. 

And, although rare, women can and do get pregnant in their mid to late 40s.

Any kind of sex counts.

Interestingly, any kind of sex counts. That includes touching of a sexual nature. 

If you have “rockiness” issues and can spend time cuddling with your woman and touching her sexually, you can probably help her overall health.

“…women were asked to respond to several questions, including whether they had engaged in sex with their partner in the past six months, the frequency of sex – including whether they engaged in sexual intercourse, oral sex, sexual touching, or caressing – in the last six months, and whether they had engaged in self-stimulation in the past six months. The most frequent pattern of sexual activity was weekly.”

The other good news is that regular sexual touching can also go a long way to reversing “rockiness” problems in men.

You CAN have fantastic regular sex into your 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s.

Even if a woman delays the onset of menopause through regular sex, eventually menopause will come into her life and the delay usually isn’t dramatic. 

But sometimes it means that sex will get painful.

If this happens to your relationship, then you might have no idea what to do to bring your sex life back to where it should be.

But it is possible. 

I’ve helped thousands of men regain sexual function for themselves as well as for their partners. 

It usually involves a few small tweaks in lifestyle… and the results are amazing. 

The bottom line…

If you have a partner in her late 30s or 40s, regular sex is a good idea because it can delay the onset of menopause.

And that can have long-term health benefits for both of you.

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This is how I keep my wife interested in sex

I’ve discovered a new way of doing it with my wife that amplifies BOTH our pleasure.

So instead of 10 minutes of pounding and a few seconds of pleasure…

…we are spending HOURS in bed feeling extreme pleasure ALL over our bodies…

Since we’ve been doing it this way, my wife’s enthusiasm for sex has returned with full force.

Now she wants to do it 3-4 times a week minimum — and I’m only happy to oblige!

Try this new way of making love to your wife or girlfriend and prepare for a new world of pleasure like you’ve never felt before…


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


Sexual frequency is associated with age of natural menopause: results from the Study of Women's Health Across the Nation

Having less sex linked to earlier menopause