According To Hormone Expert, This Is The Best Time To Have Sex
We know that you would love to have sex 24/7 but sadly, not all of us have the luxury of time to do that. If you have a tight schedule, smart sex scheduling is the best way for you to make the most out of your sex life. But to do that, you need to know when is the best time to have sex.
Do you know when is the best time to have sex? We bet you don’t but we do! And we would love to share it with you! Take a look at the information we have below.
A day before you get your period.
During this day, your blood has already accumulated in your uterus, making contractions more perceptible and clitoris and labial tissue more sensitive. So try to convince yourself to have sex with your partner even if you are struggling with PMS and rest assured; you will experience the best orgasm of your life!
Two weeks into your cycle.
According to studies, during the 14th day of your cycle, the size of your clitoris expands by 20%, making it more sensitive to orgasms.
After a workout session.
There is more to exercise benefits than just the post-workout glow. Studies show that the blood flow to your genital area is about 169% higher after your workout so you can enjoy sex better. In addition to that, the better body image that you have after a workout will make you feel more confident to experiment with your positions.
At 5:48 am.
Italian researchers have concluded that the testosterone levels of both men and women are at its highest in the morning, meaning they will be both in the mood for sex. Not only that, their energy levels are its highest too so they will be both ready to get it on.
During Christmas or New Year.
During the holidays, you have no work to think about, and there will be less pressure so you and your partner can enjoy unhurried sex that will last longer. Plus, you will have time to cuddle afterwards!
During your period.
This may sound icky but having sex during your period has its benefits. For one, it can help reduce menstrual cramps. This is because orgasms can cause uterine contractions which may help ease the pain.
During the summer season.
For most countries, it would be during the months of July and August. Being exposed to sunshine can help boost the production of serotonin (happy hormone) in your brain, which will make you feel happy and you can enjoy sex more.
When you are sick.
This may seem like a stupid idea but studies have concluded that having sex can boost your immune system. So force yourself to be in the mood, even if you have a fever and rest assured; you will be feeling better (physically and mentally) afterwards.
By scheduling your sex sessions during these times, you can enjoy better orgasms and a more fulfilling sexual life!