British do not have sex during the lockdown and nowadays it becomes illegal with someone from another household
Four in ten Britons went without sex during the lockdown – and from today it’s ILLEGAL to romp at home with someone from another household
- New regulations prohibit two people from different households gathering in private places
- Medical experts say the government should encourage more adults to have sex
- Regular sex helps protect older adults from heart problems and improves cognitive function
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Four out of ten Britons did not have sex during the closure, and as of today, new guidelines will explicitly ban two people from different households who come together in a private place.
A study found that only 39.9 percent of adults in the UK were ‘sexually active’ during the coronavirus crisis because self-isolation and social distance relationships have wreaked havoc on love life.
And the new coronavirus regulation says, “No one should be allowed to attend a meeting that takes place in a public or private indoor space and consists of two or more people.”
Previous regulations do not contain wording about private places, but now only those with ‘reasonable excuses’ are allowed to collect privately – and sex in a public place is already illegal.
New coronavirus guidelines will explicitly prohibit two people from different households who come together in a private place
Reasonable excuses include elite athletes, funerals, vulnerable people, workers, and divorced parents who see their children – not those looking for sex.
But according to medical experts, the government should encourage more adults to have sex during the shutdown because of their physical and mental health.
Health researchers from the universities of Anglia Ruskin and Ulster are studying how current guidelines affect the relationships of nearly 900 adults.
It found that younger, married adults, and especially men, claimed to have sex while those who drank alcohol were also more active in bed, they told the specialist publication The Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Lead authors of the study Dr. Lee Smith and Professor Mark Tully called on the government to promote sexual activity to keep older Britons particularly healthy in body and mind, along with advice to stay alert, keep social distance and wash hands regularly .
Regular sex helps protect the elderly from heart problems, improves cognitive function, and generally promotes well-being.
According to medical experts, the government should encourage more adults to have sex during closure due to their physical and mental health
Dr. Smith said, “When we started this study, we expected that there would be a high level of sexual activity while socially isolating at home, but interestingly we found it to be very low.
This low level of sexual activity can be explained by people who are currently feeling anxious and stressed because of the pandemic and are not in the mood to participate in the act.
In addition, those who are not married or living together may not be able to meet their sexual partners at this time, nor will those who use online apps to facilitate casual sex currently be able to.
Much of my previous research has shown that a frequent and hassle-free sex life is important for increased enjoyment of life and general mental health, and this is especially true for older adults.
“However, this study showed that older adults were less likely to engage in sexual activity than younger adults.”