A study reveals that by 2030 couples may stop lovemaking

A British statistician who is in charge of carrying out a controversial investigation, reveals that couples may stop lovemaking by 2030.

Lovemaking is an important part of the life of a couple, but over the years and the new styles of life, in which someone only has two times dealing with their responsibilities, has noticeably affected the performance and frequency of people in privacy. This, added to a study carried out by an expert, reinforces the idea that each time people have intimate relationships is now in lesser quantity.

The investigation was conducted by the British statistician David Spiegelhalter of the University of Cambridge and concluded that by 2030 the couples will stop lovemaking. For this, he collected information from a survey of thousands of people in the United Kingdom, between 16 and 64 years of age.

A study reveals that by 2030 couples may stop lovemaking
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After analyzing all the answers, he found that in the early 1990s sexual encounters of couples were five times per month, while couples made after the year 2000, make love three times a week, so there was a 40% decrease in 20 years. According to Spiegelhalter if couples follow this line by 2030 it will reduce even more.

In his book, ‘Sex by Numbers’, the statistician revealed that one of the main reasons why couples have reduced the number of times they engage in lovemaking is because of the advancement of technology. Since present-day couples spend more time on social networks, and various applications easily and conveniently on a smartphone.

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