Differences in levels of hormones — testosterone, specifically — are believed to at least partially explain the gender divide. Men consistently report higher levels of sexual desire than women. Younger women may report decreased desire as they experience their first relationship move away from the "honeymoon phase," for example. The results could help researchers understand why women who seek sex therapy complain of low desire more than any other problem. New research is demonstrating what many people already knew from experience: Women lose interest in sex over time, while men don't. The participants reported being generally satisfied with their relationships and sex lives, but women reported lower levels of desire depending on the length of their relationship. Murray added that the self-reported nature of the study could have also skewed the results. The finding that women lose interest in sex over time may give couples realistic expectations for their long-term sex lives.
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