Best time for couple to have sex


The optimal time for couples to engage in s£xual activity, according to Medicalnewstoday, is in the morning.

Maybe you like it more at night. Or perhaps you favor midday sweets. Everyone has their own preferences when it comes to intimacy, but there is a particular time of day to revive your s£x drive. According to a recent survey by the British supplement producer Forza Industries, the ideal time to have s£x is really very early in the morning, at 7:30 a.m.

Going for it soon away in the morning, ideally 45 minutes after waking up, enables you to interact when you’re at your most energizing. According to the authors of the study, since energy levels are at their highest following a good night’s sleep, both s£xes have more stamina.

The majority of people reach their peak stress levels by 10:45 a.m., so if you wait until then, you run the danger of missing the opportunity to take a leisurely stroll. Since intimacy is best experienced in the early morning, it may even be sooner than some people would like, but study shows that it is well worth getting up early for.

Numerous benefits of making love in the morning have been demonstrated: Couples may first feel much closer to one another as a result of it. During any type of intimacy, the cuddle hormone oxytocin is released.

You’ll feel closer to your partner the remainder of the day, especially if you share intimate moments in the morning.

Additionally, the oxytocin that you release has long-lasting effects because it helps to lower overall stress levels. As a result, you should feel more at peace throughout the course of the day. Because intimacy produces an endorphin high, it lowers blood pressure, reduces stress, and improves mood for the remainder of the day.

The fact that morning s£x won’t disrupt your sleep schedule is another advantage. Although it may seem like the least compelling rationale for having intimacy so early in the day, a good night’s sleep is closely tied to your desire for intimacy. The body views sleep deprivation as a stressor, which may lead to an increase in the production of stress hormones while a decrease in the production of intimacy hormones.

Published by Ernest I.

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