49 Percent Of People Would Give Up A Year Of Sex For This
There are very few things that some women would actually be willing to give up sex for—like a lifetime of happiness with Ryan Gosling or cheese, apparently. But now you can add overall health to that list: A whopping 49 percent of people in the U.S. would give up sex for a year if it would improve their well-being, according to a survey conducted by Westin Hotels & Resorts.
The company surveyed over 6,400 people in five different countries, 1,110 of whom were from the U.S. The purpose of the study was to see how global citizens felt about well-being and how much it was worth to them. Apparently, it was worth a lot.
Hey, we love the emphasis on well-being, but here's the thing: You don't have to choose between sex and well-being. The truth is, they often go hand in hand. In fact, sex comes with a ton of awesome health benefits. And research shows that fit women have even more amazing sex. So if you're really looking to boost your well-being, start with these 11 tiny life changes that bring major bliss—no celibacy required!
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