Posted on: Februar 7, 2022
Sex is an important part of life, but it can be difficult to make time for it or to know when you should have it. When are the best times to have sex with your lover or sex date?
We collected data from various studies on the best times of day to have sex and put it all in one place so that you can improve your sex life, whether you’re single or in a relationship.
As far as we’re concerned, it’s always a good time for sex. Well. Almost always then. Fortunately, there is the science to give that last push. Various studies have been done at which times of the day you should have sex best and why.
Do you have an exciting presentation ahead of you? Then, according to scientists, it may not be unwise to have sex. For example, sex not only lowers blood pressure, but a study (published in Biological Psychology) also showed that people who had sex before a major achievement were less stressed and therefore performed better.
Having a healthy sex life has been linked to less stress overall. While many view sex as primarily a physical, intimate act, research suggests that it has psychological benefits too. For example, increased oxytocin and endorphins are released when having sex, which can boost mood and reduce cortisol levels, the hormone responsible for activating our “fight-or-flight” responses in the presence of stress. Clearly, regular sex is beneficial in lessening the impact of stress on our bodies and minds. Moreover, there is evidence that it may even increase relationship satisfaction among couples due to its potential for creating emotional intimacy. In this way, engaging with your partner in healthy sexual activity can be seen as an effective tool for relieving or preventing stress.
Since the testosterone level in men has reached its peak in the morning, according to various studies it would be better to have sex in the morning. This is because testosterone plays a crucial role in male physiology; it helps to regulate hormone balance and metabolic processes, enabling muscle growth and boosts libido. The higher testosterone levels can help men cope better with stress during intense activities like physical exercise or work pressure. Additionally, the surge of testosterone can increase energy and alertness, allowing for better productivity or heightened focus during this period of enhanced testosterone production.
However, this women works just a little differently…
Do you feel a flu coming on? Then it’s time to crawl into bed… With your (bed) partner or sex date. According to science, sex gives a huge boost to your immune system.
Though it may sound like an old wives’ tale, a recent study suggests that having frequent sex could cure the flu. The study, conducted by researchers at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania, examined the sexual habits of student volunteers and compared them to those who tested positive for the flu. It was discovered that those students who had sex twice or three times a week were significantly less likely to have contracted the virus compared to those who did not engage in regular sexual activity. Though this study has yet to be independently corroborated, it strongly suggests that having regular sex may be able to cure the flu.
By the way, it doesn’t matter who you have sex with. Whether this is your partner, an acquaintance, date or even sex worker. Sex cures flu. This is evident from the above study.
No, we’re not quoting a Christmas carol here: we’re talking about the 14th day of a her menstrual cycle. According to Women’s Health, by the 14th day of your cycle, your clitoris is 20% larger and swells sooner. In other words: there is no greater chance of having a (great) orgasm.
Calculating your cycle and ovulation can be an important step in understanding what your body needs. Knowing the length of your cycle will help you figure out when you are likely to be most fertile, which is important for anyone who is trying to conceive or wants to avoid getting pregnant. A cycle typically lasts around 28 days, though it can range from 24-35 days in different people and may vary from month to month. To calculate cycle and ovulation, track the first day of bleeding during each cycle, count the number of days until the next period begins, and note any changes in cycle length. In addition to tracking cycle length, you can also track readiness for ovulation by noting signs like changes in cervical mucus and a rise in body temperature. Taking these steps can help ensure that you are able to accurately time activities such as intercourse in order to increase the chances of conception or avoidance thereof.
Our advice: keep some energy left after exercise! If you have worked up a sweat in the gym, it is also advisable to work up a sweat between the sheets. For example, the blood flow to your vagina is said to be as much as 169% higher after exercise. One hundred and sixty-nine percent. OMG!
If you have watched a scary movie with your sweetheart, we strongly recommend ending the evening and to have sex. Why? When you’re scared, your blood flows faster through your body, which makes you more excited (thank you, adrenaline). And honestly: it’s also just very nice to lie in his arms after such a scary movie.
After sex, many men succumb to tiredness and experience an especially heavy sleep cycle. This is believed to be the result of a number of physiological reactions related to post-coital relaxation, most notably the release of hormones such as prolactin and oxytocin. Prolactin is thought to play a part in satiating sexual desire and helping men reach a calm state – both mentally and physically – while oxytocin far surpasses its role in the reproductive system and aids in feelings of contentment and relaxation. This feeling of intense calm has been linked with increased likelihood for sleep, thus reinforcing why men tend to slip asleep after intimacy with their partners.
It’s healthy to have sex and now you know the best times to have sex. By following these tips, you can lower your blood pressure, avoid stress and colds and live a healthier life. And for more interesting articles like this one, be sure to check out the links below.