Sexually Satisfied Women Have Better General Well-being, Study Finds; Older Women Score Higher Than Younger Women
Pre- and post-menopausal women who self-rated themselves as being sexually satisfied had a higher overall psychological well-being score and scores for "positive well-being" and "vitality," compared with sexually dissatisfied women in a study of 295 women sexually active more than twice a month. The study also uncovered a positive association between age and well-being, but a negative association for general health.
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