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People with healthy sex lives 'are more successful'Posted on: August 21, 2013 11:27:26
While having sex four times a week is a distant fantasy for some people, it seems getting down and dirty between the sheets with your partner could actually work wonders for different aspects of your everyday life.
According to new research, you may have to get busy in the bedroom if you are hoping for a pay rise at work - as regular lovemaking is thought to be the key to a successful career.
Researchers found that individuals who have sex at least four times a week get paid more than those who do not partake in the pastime as much, regardless of profession or education.
And it seems a lack of physical intimacy with our other halves can have an impact on our state of mind.
Speaking to CBSNews, Dr Nick Drydakis - an economist lecturer from Anglia Ruskin University - said individuals need to be loved sexually and non-sexually by others in order to feel good about themselves.
He explained: "In the absence of these elements, many people become susceptible to loneliness, social anxiety and depression that could affect their working life."
Dr Drydakis said he carried out the research because he believes that people need to meet their basic needs - such as having sex, sleeping, eating and drinking - before they can have success in other areas of their life.
Participants, who included both gay and straight couples, were questioned about their sexual activity, health, employment status and earnings. Conclusions revealed that those who regularly make love to their partner earned more than those having sex less than four times a week.
The study also revealed that people who do not have sex at all earn three per cent less than those who do.
Dr Drydakis added: "In terms of policy implications, access to effective, broadly-based sexual health education could be an important contributing factor to the health and well-being of people."
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