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Get better TONIGHT

We’re having less sex than 20 years ago, says the latest research, but with a few tweaks you can give things a healthy boost in the bedroom

Twice a week? Once a month? Only when the kids are away? A new US survey reveals that we’re having less sex than in the late 1990s – from millennials to middle-aged married couples, everyone’s gone cold under the duvet. In fact, the over-70s are the only age group that’s not slowing down. So why have our sex lives gone off the boil, and what can we do to improve things by tonight?

The Tinder generation

Rather than being stereotypically obsessed with sex, people in their 20s and 30s are having less sex than any previous generation. One explanation is the rise of social media. Alix Fox, a sex educator and spokesperson for Durex, says millennials are suffering from very low levels of self-esteem thanks to photo apps and Instagram filters. ‘All those tweaked photos make everyone else’s lives look perfect. Young men and women tell me they don’t feel gorgeous enough or interesting enough to be desirable,’ she says.

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Eat yourself healthier this autumn with our special Food Issue! Inside, you’ll find delicious recipes to help you fight off colds, beat the bloat and get glowing skin. We reveal the results of our food survey – including what you really think about the trend for clean eating – and launch our #snackhappy campaign. Plus, how to recharge your sex drive, cut your breast cancer risk and the truth about feeling low in winter. Find out more in the brand new issue of Healthy!