If you had been thinking that having more sex is the key to a happy lifestyle than you are clearly mistaken on this account. New researches indicate that  upping the frequency of sex can make individuals less happy under certain circumstances.

A group study was conducted by  professer of economics and psychology at caregie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, George Loewenstein. During the study  couples were divided into two groups, asking one group to double how many times they had sex every week, while asking the control group to stay the course and have as much sex as they normally would. By the end of the three-month study, it was found that the people who increased their sexual forays were actually less happy than they were at the beginning of the study. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.

According to George Loewenstein it was a surprising outcome. he expected that the people who had more sex would enjoy it a lot and would be happier, and it would be good for the relationship. Instead, the group who had more sex enjoyed it less, they wanted it less and they reported lower levels of happiness.

However, the finding doesn’t necessarily mean that more sex makes people unhappy, he said. It could be that being ordered to have sex puts a damper on it.

Countless studies have shown a link between sex and happiness. For instance, one analysis of 16,000 American adults found that people who had more sex had high vlog levels of self-reported happiness. Another study found that people who have more active sex lives also reported having happier relationships.But both of these studies are correlational; it’s not clear whether sex directly causes happiness, or whether other factors, such as health or personality, are at play.

The researchers of the new study attempted to determine a more direct connection between sexual frequency and happiness.

They recruited 128 healthy people between the ages of 35 and 65 who were in married heterosexual relationships. The participants completed a number of surveys on their personalities, emotions and libidos at the beginning and end of the study, as well as a daily survey to help the researchers monitor changes throughout the 90-day study. And quite contrary to Loewenstein’s expectations, the couples who were directed to have more sex reported lower levels of happiness by the study’s end.

Still, the researcher claims that sex is crucial to any healthy marriage.