Women’s Sexual Health: Age Doesn’t Matter

Women’s Sexual Health: Age Doesn’t Matter

 

Based on a recent study, there appeared to be no differences with respect to the frequency of sexual intercourse or the desire for sexual activity not involving intercourse among the different age groups. Age did not make a difference regarding the frequency of orgasm or in sexual satisfaction ratings with their partners.

 

Most women fear that as they age and the hormone levels drop, so too will their enjoyment of, and oftentimes desire for sex.

 

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Fortunately, while diminishing hormones and sex may happen in the same breath, the latest research indicates that sexual desire has less to do with these changes than it does with lifestyle and other women’s sexual health factors, at least some of which are under a woman’s direct control.

According to reports from a group of distinguished European sex experts in the first ever supplement to The Menopause, the journal of the North American Menopause Society, the findings have helped professionals discard the notion that sexual difficulties occurring close to menopause are either biologic or physiologic.

The new research was part of a series of studies conducted on female sexual dysfunction by the department of clinical psychiatry and psychotherapy at Hanover Medical School in Hanover, Germany. As part of the overall project, 102 women aged 20 to “45 plus” answered 165 questions designed to flush out determinants of female sexual satisfaction.

 

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Specifically, researchers hoped to determine satisfaction with sex life in general, sexual satisfaction and orgasm during intercourse, petting, masturbation, attitudes towards sexuality, quality of partnership, and women’s sexual health myths.

Based on the study, there appeared to be no differences with respect to the frequency of sexual intercourse or the desire for sexual activity not involving intercourse among the different age groups. Age did not make a difference regarding the frequency of orgasm or in sexual satisfaction ratings with their partners. For example, 29% of women up to age 45 reported having orgasms “very often,” compared with 26% of women over age 45.

Even more dramatic was that while 41% of women over age 45 reported having orgasms “often,” only 29% of younger women reported having an orgasm “often.”

Among the few differences in the groups: Women over 45 reported having fewer orgasms during non-intercourse sexual activity or during masturbation. Both groups of women reported a dual dimension necessary for successful lovemaking that included having both feelings of emotional closeness to their partner and satisfactory physical experiences.

 

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After comparing all the answers from both older and younger women, as well as from women who reported sexual problems and those who did not, researchers concluded that the single most influential factor about women’s sexual health satisfaction via intercourse was the quality of the partnership, the quality of mutual respect, which then becomes of greater importance as a woman age.

After comparing these study results to earlier and ongoing findings, the researchers concluded that the basis of any sexual problems that did occur at midlife could not be drawn from menopause status or age alone. Instead, life stressors, contextual factors, past sexuality, and mental health problems are more significant predictors of midlife on women’s sexual health interest than menopause status itself.

This study was just one of several research papers presented in the journal about women’s sexual health dysfunction. Each one striving to shed much-needed light on a subject that some believe has been hidden in the shadows too long.

 

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Your Personal Credit Score

Your Personal Credit Score

Lots of people have been denied a loan, credit card or other forms of credit because of wrong information the lenders find in their credit report. Before banks or any other financial institution grant your application for a loan, they will first find out about your credit history from bureau by requesting for your credit report.

 

A credit report is a compilation of your credit history, past financial transactions and personal information possible. This report is usually compiled by accredited agencies known as credit reporting agency.

Credit reporting agencies are organizations that help credit card companies, loan companies, banks, and departmental stores in the country to ascertain the creditworthiness of their would-be clients. They provide these companies information about those who are good credit risk and those who are not.

 

They receive most information about consumers from loan companies, credit card companies, banks, credit, and lending sources. In this report, you will there be information on your occupation, place of employment, residence record, court and arrest records, income status, details on payment of your past and present bills and loans.

 

Once they have detail information from these sources, they give it to any organizations in need of it when requested. Though they keep on file information concerning you and your credit, they don’t make final judgments as to your creditworthiness. The decision is up to the credit card companies or any lender which you are dealing with.

 

The credit score is used by banks, credit card companies, loan lenders and other financial companies to determine your creditworthiness. As a matter of fact, most lenders often based their charges on information in your credit report. Also, some employers often consider information in your credit report before they employ you. If you have severe financial problems some will find it difficult to employ you.

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Whenever you apply for new credit card, loan or any form of credit from any source’s lenders will base their acceptance or rejection of your application on your personal credit report. If your credit report shows you’ve been reliable in the past, then you will most likely get the credit card or loan you apply for.

 

However, if you have in one way or the other defaulted on account or you were constantly late in making payments, it will likely be impossible for you to get the credit you applied for.

 

While compiling your report the agency or financial institution that’s giving them the information may make mistake and give inaccurate information about your credit. If you did not dispute this error and demand necessary changes, they will leave it in your report. You can imagine the possible effects on your life in the future. Because of this, it’s very important that you check your report at least once a year.

 

In other to be able to check your report for possible inaccurate information you must request for a copy of your report. You can get a copy of this report from the credit bureau because it’s your personal credit file and you have absolute right to know what is in it.

 

You have right to know exact information they are giving out concerning your name and creditworthiness. If the report is not good enough or you can prove to yourself that it’s all about your past, you can change it. You can build your new creditworthiness. It’s possible.

 

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