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  • Why are women more likely to fall asleep first after sex?

    This will happen after she hears that you love her "very, very, very much"

    You can talk about sex forever. That is why scientists, psychologists, and sociologists are not tired of making interesting discoveries in this area and surprising us with the results. Forget about the myth that men fall asleep immediately after sex because it turned out quite the opposite.

    New studies prove that sexual intercourse has more sedative properties for women than for men.

    The sample for the study, which was conducted in New York, included 128 women and 98 men. The survey found that women fall asleep more often before their partner falls asleep immediately after sex. It turns out that nature itself affects these processes. At least, this is the conclusion the authors of the study came to.

    Drowsiness comes in line with an evolutionary adaptive mechanism that promotes sperm retention in a woman’s body.

    Logically, keeping sperm inside by lying is much more convenient.

    #sex #exolover #women #sperm #sleep
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  • An unexpected way to improve sex and relationships.

    Although, it is not for everyone.

    A recent survey conducted by American scientists among two thousand couples showed that sleeping in separate beds can have a positive effect on married life. At least, more than one third of respondents said that the decision not to spend the whole night next to each other had a beneficial effect on relationships and sex.

    Many couples suffer from the fact that they prevent each other from getting enough sleep at night. One of the spouses may snore, toss and turn at night, or simply wake up a partner earlier. In this situation, some resort to "sleep divorce" and spend most of their nights on different beds.

    The survey showed that 34 percent of couples who decided to sleep separately felt that the quality of their sex life improved, and 38 percent reported an improvement in relationships in general. The authors of the survey tend to associate this with the fact that good sleep contributes the improving one’s well-being, mental state, and mood, which, in turn, can have a beneficial effect on relationships with a partner and give strength in the intimate field.

    However, experts emphasize that the relationship within each couple is individual so that sleeping in different beds can hardly be called a universal recipe for improving any relationship. Moreover, the survey shows that often the improvement in the quality of sex was accompanied by a decrease in its quantity while they had “sleep divorce” because sleeping in different beds gave less “reasons” for them to have it.

    #sex #exolover #improvement #sleep #together #divorce #relationship #love
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