Poor Lifestyle Habits Associated With Sexual Inactivity, Dysfunction
Men and women who are physical inactive, are obese, drink heavily, smoke or do drugs are less likely to have sex, according to a new study. Men with such unhealthy habits were also more likely to have some kind of sexual dysfunction.
Researchers looked at data from 5,552 Danish men and women aged 16-97 years and found that subjects with poor lifestyle habits were more likely to be sexually inactive and suffer from certain sexual dysfunctions.
The sexual dysfunction findings applied more to men than women, although women who smoked hashish were more likely to suffer from anorgasmia than women who did not.
The study is published in the current issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine.