A new survey carried out by online retailer bondara.co.uk reveals that more than a quarter of men and one in five women believe that having regular orgasms were more important than being in love.
Around 3,800 men and women in Britain took part in the survey with 16 percent of men and 10 percent of women admitting that they will call off a relationship if they are not satisfied in the bed while nearly 40 percent believed it to be a contributing factor in the ending of a relationship.
Even though 60 percent of the respondents said that they were 'very happy' in their relationships, just over 17 percent said that they were satisfied with their sex lives.
"While having an orgasm is a wonderful part of sex, making love can still be enjoyable without the big 'O'. Try not to get too hung up on it as this will only make the situation worse. The ability to have an orgasm is affected by many factors as this survey shows, to be at your sexual peak keep healthy, try not to get overtired and avoid too much alcohol", sex expert Joanna Coker of Bondara.co.uk said.
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