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Research suggests television may be destroying sex for couples

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Aug 27, 2018, 8:01 pm IST
Updated : Aug 27, 2018, 8:01 pm IST

The author also singled out Game of Thrones for affecting the frequency of sex among people hooked to television.

They are six percent less likely to get intimate (Photo: PIxabay)
 They are six percent less likely to get intimate (Photo: PIxabay)

While more people are aware about the importance of sex in a relationship, modern lifestyle seems to be a hindrance for intimacy. Although technology gives access to more information and stimulation for better sex, it may also have drawbacks.

Findings of a new study are suggesting that televisions may be responsible for killing sex lives among couples. Research showed that couples who own a television are six percent less likely to have sex in a week.

But researchers also say that while television may be associated with damage to sex life, smartphones may be the real culprit. The author also singled out Game of Thrones for affecting the frequency of sex among people hooked to television.

Tags: adult relationship, intimacy, television