Females who are fulfilled in the bedroom have more energy and suffer fewer illnesses.
Those who rate their sex lives highly have more vitality and a better psychological outlook than those who have sex less than twice a month.
A team from the Women’s Health programme in Australia analysed the sex lives of almost 300 females aged from 20 to 65.
Those who regularly had orgasms were less likely to fall ill and reported feeling more energetic than women who were left wanting more after romps.
The study highlights that it’s not the amount of sex women have that matters, it is the quality – in contrast to men.
Lead researcher Dr Sonia Davison said: “We found that women who were sexually dissatisfied had lower well-being and vitality.
“This finding highlights the importance of addressing these areas as an essential part of healthcare, because women may be uncomfortable discussing these issues with their doctor.”
Sexual medicine expert Dr Irwin Goldstein said: “This emphasises the role and importance of sexual health in women’s overall health and well-being.”
One sex expert suggested: “If your tired or have a headache, this is just the thing…”
From: the Sun.co.uk