Sex: four times a week is just right

SEX may relieve tension, but love causes it.

Julie Harling claims Rockhampton men and women aren't getting enough sex.

This is bad news as it is the best way to relieve tension, the Zingara clairvoyant and sex adviser said.

"Everyone should have sex four times a week,'' she said.

"About 50 per cent of the people I see are not getting enough.''

Ms Harling sees about 40 people a week, ranging in age from 20 to over 80.

She doesn't just read their cards, she also offers them sex advice.

"The people who have the best sex are the oldies, they're getting it twice a day. People in their late 20s and early 30s seem to be having the most problems.

"There are too many people saying 'I'm tired' or 'I have a headache' instead of making love.

"This puts more stress on love and it's a breakdown in communication.''

"If this is the case, both parties have to ask what the problem might be and work on it.''

The best thing after a chaotic day was sex, she said. "It releases the tensions and stress from your shoulders (metaphorically).''

To ensure sex does its job properly, set the mood with an uncluttered room, dim lights or candles and soothing music.

"The rest is passion. My best advice is to communicate with each other so you will both be pleasured.''

And for those singles or sex-free people looking for a release, Ms Harling suggests "have a lot of massages and wait for meaningful sex''.



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