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Tech gadgets interfere with sex life

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Do you wish you were having more sex? Probably!
   
The answer to your woes may be as simple as keeping Facebook, Twitter, the Smartphone, Tablet or Laptop out of the bedroom.

A new British survey of sexual habits finds that on average people aged 16 to 44 are having sex less than five times a month.

That's compared to the past couple of decades when the average was more than six times a month and the authors blame technology.
   
Julie Walkinshaw runs Okanagan Love Relationships Counselling and she counsels couples on this very issue. 

 
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