How frequently do people masturbate?

 There have been several studies conducted on masturbation frequency in recent years, and the findings vary depending on the study and the population being surveyed. Here are a few examples of data from different studies:

A study published in the Journal of Sex Research in 2016 surveyed 1,803 men and women in the United States and found that the average frequency of masturbation for adult men was around 7 times per week, while for adult women it was around 4 times per week. However, the study also found that there was a wide range of frequency among participants, with some men and women reporting no masturbation in the past month and others reporting daily masturbation.

A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine in 2016 surveyed 2,933 men and women in the United Kingdom and found that among adults aged 18-60, about 73% of men and 48% of women reported engaging in masturbation in the past 4 weeks.

A survey conducted by the website HealthyStrokes.com in 2018 surveyed over 9,000 men and women from around the world and found that the average frequency of masturbation for men was around 10 times per week, while for women it was around 5 times per week.

A survey conducted by the website Superdrug Online Doctor in 2018 surveyed over 2,000 men and women in the United Kingdom and found that the average frequency of masturbation for men was around 8 times per month, while for women it was around 6 times per month.

It's important to note that these studies were conducted on different populations, using different methods, so the results may not be directly comparable. Additionally, masturbation frequency can be influenced by a number of factors such as age, gender, sexual orientation, and relationship status, which can vary from one study to another.

In conclusion, There is no consensus on how often people typically masturbate, as it can vary greatly from person to person. Studies suggest that men typically masturbate more frequently than women, but it is important to note that everyone is different and people may fall outside of this range. It's important to listen to your own body and understand what feels good to you, and if you have any concerns, it's always a good idea to speak with a healthcare professional or therapist.

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