Sex over 40: what is it?
Young girls are likely to be surprised to learn that women over 40 do not lose the desire to have sex.
However, age still imposes some restrictions on sex, which we will talk about in this article. So, what sex after 40 should be?
With age, especially after menopause, an important change occurs in a woman's body - the level of estrogen falls, which leads to a low release of lubricant. Even when experiencing a strong sexual desire, a woman's vagina will be drier than in her youth.
The decline of estrogen also affects the elasticity of the vagina. Elastic in youth, the muscles of the genitals weaken and stretch over time.
Fortunately, there is now a wide range of lubricants on the market that compensate for the lack of female lubrication. In addition, after 40, a woman can still achieve an orgasm. It may take longer on this one, but the brightness of the discharge is guaranteed. However, with age, the pubic-coccygeal muscle can relax, which affects getting an orgasm. But this can easily be corrected by regularly performing a set of Kegel exercises.