Though men and women tend to view morning sex differently, according to Rowan, the potential benefits are equivalent for both sexes. Sex releases endorphins, or “feel good” hormones that help boost mental function, reduce pain, and produce an overall feeling of emotional wellbeing and general wellness.
Couples who have sex in the morning consistently report living happier and healthier lives, according to Rowan. This is at least in part due to a chemical called oxytocin, which promotes a feeling of bonded and loving commitment between partners. Additionally, sex causes the release of IgA, an antibody which plays a critical function in the body’s immune reaction. Orgasms result in increased levels of oestrogen, a substance that improves skin and hair texture and tone, ultimately improving a person’s overall appearance.
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