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Sexual frequency down 20 percent in 20 years (decreased vitamin D not mentioned) March 2017

Declines in Sexual Frequency among American Adults, 1989–2014

Archives of Sexual Behavior, pp 1–13
Jean M. TwengeEmail authorRyne A. ShermanBrooke E. Wells
Click here for full study online @ publisher (cannot be downloaded or printed)

Review of the study in New Y.ork Times

Possible reasons include:

1) Lower Vitamin D ==> poorer health, fatigue, pain ==> less interest in sex, exercise, etc
2) Lower Vitamin D ==> Reduced Testosterone ==> less interest in sex

This study only looked at American Adults, but suspect decreased sex around the world

See also VitaminDWiki

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