The best time of day for having sex with your partner depends on how old you are.
This fact was accepted by Dr. Kelley, a clinical research associate at Oxford University’s Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute.
She said: “Your body clock changes with age, when you feel like waking up. It actually controls every body system and controls every one of the trillion cells in your body. In most things we’ve got the timings right, but we haven’t accounted for these changes”.
So when is the optimal time for each age group to make love?
Twenties – 15:00. According to Dr. Kelley, while they can want sex at any time of the day, there is a peak of sexual energy at this point for the twenty-somethings.
Thirties – 8:20. A shift in body clock at this age shows that you wake up earlier. So having sex earlier (when sunlight boosts testosterone in both men and women) is a good idea.
Forties – 22:20. The older you get, you need to go to bed earlier. Dr. Kelley recommends sex after 10pm – before you go to sleep.
Fifties – 22:00. As bedtime gets earlier, time for making love does too.
Sixties – 20:00. An orgasm releases oxytocin, which is a wakefulness hormone. So as you go to bed earlier in your late age, you may want to have sex sometime before trying to sleep.
Seventies – 20:00. The same as above is true of 70-year-olds. They should rise earlier around 6:30am and will need to go to bed earlier too.
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