Want to delay menopause? Have more sex
If a woman is not having sex, the body ‘chooses’ not to invest in ovulation as it would be pointless, study finds
Women who have infrequent sex have a greater risk of entering menopause early, a new study by the University College of London suggests.
Women who engaged in sexual activity every week or month were 28% “less likely to have experienced menopause at any given age” compared to those who didn’t have sex once in a month.
“The most frequent pattern of sexual activity was weekly (64%),” said the first author Megan Arnot, an anthropology researcher at the University College of London...