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Is there any specific time of the day that is considered best for sex?

According to Medicalnewstoday, morning is the best time for couples to engage in intercouse.

Perhaps you enjoy it more at night. Or maybe you prefer afternoon treats. There is a specific time of day to rekindle your intimate desire, however everyone has their own tastes when it comes to intimacy. The best time to have intercouse is really very early in the morning, at 7:30 a.m., according to a recent survey by the British supplement manufacturer Forza Industries.

Going for it early in the morning, ideally 45 minutes after waking up, allows you to engage in conversation when you're feeling the most energized. Since energy levels are at their greatest after a restful night's sleep, both partners have better stamina.

If you wait until then, you run the risk of losing the chance to go for a leisurely stroll because most people hit their peak stress levels by 10:45 a.m. Even while getting up early might not be something everyone would like because closeness is best experienced in the morning, research suggests that it is definitely worth it.

There are many advantages to having a romantic relationship in the morning. Because of it, couples may first feel considerably closer to one another. The cuddle hormone oxytocin is released during any form of intimacy.

Particularly if you spend intimate moments in the morning, you'll feel closer to your lover the rest of the day.

Your release of oxytocin also has long-lasting impacts by assisting in the reduction of overall stress. You ought to experience a greater sense of calm for the rest of the day as a result. A high from endorphins brought on by intimacy decreases blood pressure, eases stress, and lifts mood for the rest of the day.

Another benefit of morning intercouse is that it won't interfere with your sleep pattern. Even while it might seem like the least compelling justification for engaging in intimacy so early in the day, your desire for connection is directly related to how well you slept the night before. Lack of sleep causes the body to perceive stress, which may increase the production of stress hormones while decreasing the production of intimacy hormones.

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British Forza Industries Medicalnewstoday


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