What’s the best time to have sex in the day?

Morning nookie? Afternoon delight? Go for it! While we may be used to having sex in the evening, there is scientifically-backed evidence of the benefits of having sex at different times of the day.

Morning sex

Morning sex may have its challenges – dragon breath, possible hangover, the alarm clock ringing in the background – but it’s actually really good for your body and your sex life! Testosterone levels are at its highest in the morning, and you have more energy to go at it. This will help you last longer in bed, and send you and your lover into your respective workdays riding on the waves of the best endorphin rush in the world.
The endorphins are also better than any pill you could possibly pop. They naturally lower blood pressure and stress levels and can raise your antibody levels and boost your immune system. You also can’t fake an afterglow: climaxes raise estrogen and testosterone, which make your skin and hair look amazing.

Afternoon quickie

It sucks to look at your watch and realize it’s only noon on a Wednesday. But there’s a quick fix for that: sneak off for some hot afternoon sex, which has the added enjoyment of knowing that you’re playing hooky to get extra sensual secret sex. Many escorts have two-hour bookings available (just schedule your appointment ahead). Feeling spontaneous? Drop by a brothel, and you have both beautiful sexy ladies and a comfortable Jacuzzi and bed waiting for you. When you get back into your office, you’ll have a huge grin on your face and a spring in your step.

Goodnight kiss (and more)

Sex is possibly the best way to have a good night’s sleep. During orgasm, you release oxytocin and endorphins, which not only make you feel good but tend to have a sedating, relaxing effect. It’s also a great form of stress relief, in and of itself: stop thinking about work, focus on the intimacy and pleasure of each other’s touch, and know that even if a lot of things went wrong that day, you’re ending it with a bang.