In many recent research, it has been proved that obesity is the root of many diseases. Obesity not only increases your weight, but also increases the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure and many heart related diseases. But you may not know this, but obesity also negatively affects your sex life. In a survey conducted on 1 thousand people, it has been found that their interest in sex decreased due to obesity.
Sex drive improves after surgery
Dr. Pradeep Choubey, chairman of Max Hospital’s Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Department, said, “People who come for obesity surgery talk about diabetes, hypertension and heart-related diseases.” Nobody ever talked about reducing obesity by surgery to increase interest in sex again. Such patients come in the followup, then they accept that their sex drive was reduced due to obesity. She got better after the surgery. ‘
Survey conducted on 1 thousand people between 18-45 years old
A survey was conducted in this context on about 1000 people. These included people between 18 and 45 years old. 32.8% of the men and 23.4% of the women surveyed admitted that their sexual drive had decreased due to obesity. The surprising thing is that 56% of men and 44.4% of women have attributed this to obesity.
Surprising answers found in the survey
– 20% of men believed that their partner is the reason for their lack of interest in sex, while 2.1% of women only attributed this to their partner.
– 8.6% of men and 10.6% of women admitted that they are so tired in routine life that they are lacking in sex.
– The men explained the reason to Stress. 50% of the men said that due to pressure of professional and personal work, they have decreased sex, while 34% of women had the same argument.
– 19.2% of the women surveyed admitted that this decrease was due to children and family, but men’s thinking was different from that of women. Only 3.4% considered it the reason.