Based on the number of respondents from 41 countries, the Durex Global. Sex Survey is the largest sexual health research project of its kind in the world. The data comes from two surveys done by Durex, the condom folks. Their Sexual Wellbeing Survey (from /) and Face of Global Sex. The Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey revealed that 73% of Malaysians who had formal sex education say they are satisfied with their overall sexual.
|Published (Last):||23 November 2011|
|PDF File Size:||14.92 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||14.59 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Free from stress and good mental and physical health Free from stress to achieve orgasm Free from sexual dysfunction Frequency of sex and foreplay In general, we need to be free from stress and be in good mental and physical wellbeinf.
2007 Durex global sexual wellbeing survey
It’s a combination of both physical and emotional elements and having an understanding of what works best for you. Sexual priorities are changing. With regard to Physiological Issues you can explore our products to help overcome both male and female sexual dysfunction.
We’d suggest that you take some time to consider this element and how this may be affecting your personal satisfaction levels. What are the physical drivers of satisfaction?
What this study does prove is that frequency of sex isn’t the key driver of sexual satisfaction. We run an on-ongoing research program that uses a variety of research techniques to give us key insights wellbeinh the way consumers think and feel so we can keep up-to-date with the latest thoughts, trends and innovations.
We should also consider using products that enhance our sex lives. It’s important to try to keep your sex life as exciting as possible.
Durex global sexual wellbeing survey
The summary We hope the findings from our survey have been both interesting and relevant. We are looking for the softer, more sophisticated side of sex-quality-time with our partners, romance and sense of security within the bedroom. Frequency of sex differs between countries. What are the emotional drivers of satisfaction?
Frequency of sex and sexual satisfaction peaks between the ages of 20 and 34 but it is still important, as people get older: Thirty four per cent of women questioned have, at some point in their lives, experienced vaginal dryness; 24 per cent of men have reported difficulties getting an erection and 29 per cent have had problems sustaining one. Those who have been in a relationship over 3 years tend to be less inhibited. Feeling close to your partner Having an exciting sex life Free from sexual dysfunction A good first sexual experience Sexual priorities are changing.
We all need to try to be less inhibited, being more open and better informed about achieving and giving more pleasure. Having sex frequently enough also affects satisfaction levels for both sexes, along with having sufficient foreplay. Eighty two per cent of us who are sexually satisfied say they feel respected by our partner during sex.
Primary NavigationMain Content Search. This is partly because we tend to have sex less often and we have been in relationships for longer. Breadcrumbs About Durex Global Research. sugvey
We’ve established that we become less wellbeign with our sex lives as we get older, more for men than women. What does all this mean?
For most of us this may be injecting some fun and adventure back into our sex lives.
Global Sex Survey
However, only of 44 per cent of people are fully satisfied with their sex lives. Having an exciting sex life is also important, although this decreases during a relationship. Just 48 per cent of we,lbeing said that they usually orgasm. Mutual respect plays a vital role in a satisfying sex life.
As outlined above, the fundamental elements of sexual satisfaction are as follows: We tend to find this less exciting and more monotonous. Feeling close to your partner, feeling loved, respected and secure, all impact strongly on our ability to achieve sexual satisfaction. Maintaining an erection and having enough lubrication to enjoy sex is another important component according to our findings.