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A recent study has found a link between psychology and better sex life. According to the recent study, self-esteem, autonomy and empathy are the three measures of sexual pleasure among those in established heterosexual relationships for longer than three months.
The study was conducted by researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. For the study, they studied data taken from more than 3,200 men and women aged 18 to 26. The researchers concluded that self-esteem, autonomy and empathy play a vital role in receiving orgasm.
Study co-author, Adena Galinsky said, "I think the most important point is the association between empathy and sexual enjoyment and that it was consistent across the board between men and women”.
During the study the study the participant men reveled that they enjoyed highest level orgasm as compared to women. However, during the study it was also revealed that young men had enjoyed oral sex more than women. This finding of the study, rules out the long held belief that more men are concerned with their own sexual pleasure.
Adena Galinsky said that in order to improve sexual life, men should try to be more empathetic while women are required to improve their self-esteem and autonomy as they are often hindered during sex by thinking of social norms related to sexuality.