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Potential socio-economic and lifestyle factors associated with sexual dissatisfaction among men and women
Anquetil, M. [> >]
Baumann, Michèle mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Integrative Research Unit: Social and Individual Development (INSIDE) >]
The Anthropology of Everyday Life
39th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology.
International Institute, of Sociology
International Institute of Sociology
39th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology.
June 11-14
International Institute of Sociology
[en] Sexual dissatisfaction ; gendered lifestyle ; risk factors
[en] This study assessed the associations between potential socio-economic and lifestyle factors with sexual dissatisfaction and gender disparities in north-eastern France. In total 6216 subjects (randomly selected subjects completed a postal questionnaire gathering socio-demographic characteristics, occupation, living alone, income, tobacco use, alcohol abuse (Deta questionnaire), heath status, fatigue, sleep disorders, diseases, depression/sadness and sexual dissatisfaction. Data were analyzed using multivariate logistic models. Sexual dissatisfaction affected 36% of men and 43% of women (p<0.001). Among men sexual dissatisfaction strongly related to age (after 60 years), living alone (increased risk IR 2-fold), not-good health (IR 1.8-fold), respiratory disease (IR 34%), physical disability (IR 51%), cognitive disability (IR 69%), fatigue (IR 43%), depression/sadness (IR 65%), and upper professionals. Among women, sexual dissatisfaction strongly related to age (after 50 years), primary education (IR 38%), living alone (IR 2.4-fold), not-good health (IR 52%), physical disability (IR 28%), cognitive disability (IR 57%), fatigue (IR 33%), depression/sadness (IR 48%), insufficient income (36%), and upper professionals. In conclusion, sexual dissatisfaction related to a number socio-economic and lifestyle factors and their associations differed between men and women in the general population. These findings highlight the benefit of improving living conditions, lifestyle, health status and related risk factors.
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