Your Body Clock Says THIS Is The Best Time To Have Sex

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Best time to have sex

Wake up! It's time for sex.

Some people wake up in the morning, fresh as a daisy. They don't have an urgent need to brush their teeth or take a shower — they're bursting with enthusiasm for anything that the day will bring.

Then there's the rest of us. Our hair is a mess, our breath a disaster, and the not-so-fresh feeling hovers around us.

You may not feel at your hottest, but your body internal clock thinks that 5:48 AM is the best time to have sex. You see, it's the small window of time when both men and women are synced up, sexually speaking. 

Sex therapist, Geraldine Myers said in an interview with Daily Mail, "Testosterone levels in men and women are highest in the morning. The energy levels of both are highest, too. Mentally, they are less occupied with life's demands, so it's the perfect time." 

Sunlight boosts testosterone levels, too, so the sun rising helps get everybody in the mood.

There's a reason that men are more than ready for some sexual fun after a nights sleep. Dr. Harry Fisch, author of Size Matters: The Hard Facts About Male Sexuality That Every Woman Should Know says, "That's when the testosterone levels peak, and testosterone is a leading contributor in sexual feelings in men."

Morning sex can really give the standard night time sex a run for its money, especially since no one is exhausted by a day's work.

5:48 is pretty early, but think about what a great start to your day sex is, and how good sex is for you.

"Morning sex can strengthen you immune system for the day by enhancing your levels of IgA that protects against infection," Dr. Fisch said in an article in Maxim. And because of the boost in testosterone levels, the tone and texture of your skin and hair improve.

Your body (and his body) says the best time to have sex at 5:48 AM, so the least you could do is listen to it, RIGHT? 



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