How often is it suitable for a 30-year-old man? Excessive indulgence of men can bring great harm.

Married couples use intercourse as a way to pass on their legacy and as an effective form of emotional communication. Generally, harmonious couples have peaceful coexistence in their daily routines and communication. A man in his twenties is usually brimming with energy, so it is normal for him to have frequent intercourse; however, as age increases, too much frequency can be detrimental to the man’s health. How often should a 30-year-old man have intercourse per week? Let’s take a closer look.

How Often Should A 30-Year-Old Man Have Intercourse Per Week?

For most 30-year-old men who generally have average physical stamina, three times a week would be the limit; this is due to the fact that family and work obligations take up considerable time and energy, leaving many too exhausted for anything after coming home from work – let alone intercourse. However, the exact frequency depends on several factors such as the affection between spouses and physical health condition; provided that there won’t be any fatigue the next day.

The Older The Man Gets, The Less Frequent The Intercourse Is

Generally speaking, there is an inverse relationship between a man’s age and how often he has intercourse per week: when a man is aged 20 to 30 years old, he could potentially reach 3 to 5 times per week if energy permits; then at 31 to 40 years old, two to four times per week; 41 to 50 years old, one to two times per week; while those over 50 years old may only engage in intercourse once every two weeks or even longer.

The Dangers Of Overindulgence In Sexual Activities
1. Functional disorders may arise including premature ejaculation, impotence erectile dysfunction, low semen count or thinned semen quality and delayed ejaculatory latency.
2. Extended non-reactivity period – referring to a period of time after sexual activities during which no sexual desire will emerge upon stimulation – due to excessive indulgence in sexual activities.
3. Disease propagation caused by increased genital blood flow when already suffering from lumbar soreness or other back problems resulting from excessive exertion during sex activities. Diseases such as prostatitis or seminal vesiculitis may occur due to this factor.
4. Diminished satisfaction: men are usually very domineering during sexual engagements but too frequent engagements will slowly reduce satisfaction levels with each session not living up to expectations like before without knowing why eventually leading them into developing mental issues thinking they are unable bodied sexually when they are actually not ill at all