Partners likely to cheat ‘if they worry about their performance in bed’
Women who worry about their ability to stay aroused and orgasm are 8 per cent more likely to stray for each sexual concern.
Men, on the other hand, are 6 per cent more likely to cheat for each worry, such as impotence and premature ejaculation, that they have.
"People who score high on sexual anxiety may feel less pressure when they're engaging with a person who doesn't know their sexual history," the Daily Mail quoted lead researcher Kristen Mark, of the University of Indiana, as saying.
The researchers surveyed 506 monogamous men and 416 monogamous women with an average age of 31, half of whom were married.