On July 4th a new survey from Dures found that 48 per cent of young Britons believe the new crown outbreak makes them more sensitive to other viruses, including sexually transmitted diseases. Life in britain is gradually returning to normal as the UK relaxes the blockade, which has also left couples with so many restrictions on dating. But Durres’s experts warn that people should be aware of sex after contact with restrictions.
Ben Wilson, global category director for Dures Sexual Health, said: “Everyone is talking about a return to normality, but no one is questioning whether it should return to normal. Many of the previous normal sexual habits were bad, but I believe we would have done better through this outbreak. “
To that end, Durex launched a campaign to encourage a new awareness of sexual challenges. As part of the campaign, Durex surveyed 985 18-34-year-olds about their views on sex after confinement.
It found that 48 percent of people believe the new crown outbreak makes them more sensitive to other viruses, including sexually transmitted diseases. At the same time, 87 percent said they would take medication or other measures to better take care of their sexual health and that of others.
‘Through this action, we hope that people will be able to reflect and act positively in the future to protect their own health and the health of others,’ Mr Wilson said. As a gender health brand, we hope that people will fully recognize the importance of sexual health and prevent the occurrence of sexually transmitted diseases.