It’s not a myth: seafood helps
Yes, everyone thought it was just a clever marketing ploy, but it really works. When we try to imagine what research in this area looked like, a picture immediately appears before our inner eye of people eating sushi from the naked bodies of the experiment participants. Believe it or not, research tells us that “the most common seafood consumption is directly related to the frequency of sexual intercourse.”
The study we’re talking about involved 500 couples who noted when they ate seafood and had sex. And on the days when partners got a piece of octopus or a tender oyster, the chance increased by 39% that they would have sex after that. Scientists attribute this to “improved sperm quality, menstrual cycle and … embryo quality.” Future.
More music in your hearts
It turns out that if you listen to loud music,
you’ll go deaf ensure you have regular sex. The study was conducted by Sonos and Apple Music and verified by neuroscientists. According to the data, people who regularly listened to music had sex 67% more often. The reason neuroscientists called the natural reaction of our brain to musical harmony: we produce dopamine, and we are looking for more pleasure, and oxytocin pushes us to find solace in someone’s arms.
Scientists at McGill University explained that the brain’s response to music is the same as the response to sex, drugs, or delicious food. When scientists artificially blocked opioid receptors in the subjects’ brains, the subjects admitted that although they knew they were listening to their favorite song, it seemed to feel wrong.
Who goes to bed late – he has cool sex
Growing up, we knew that the coolest things happen at night: there are intriguing shows on TV, food at night is tastier, and games are more fun. But parents should have their games too, remember?
A new study from the University of Chicago found that women who stay up late are more likely to engage in risk-taking behavior than their daytime counterparts. Men generally have higher levels of testosterone and cortisol than women. But female “owls” have the same set of these two hormones. High cortisol levels are always high stress levels, which means increased energy, cognition, and arousal.
One downside: early risers are more likely to end up in stable relationships.
More emoji = more sex
So, the strangest numbers that you could see in this article. Emoji were used by 54% of sexually active men and women compared to 31% of singles without sex. Seems like a trifle?
The study was done by Match.com, which took it seriously: they drew a graph from “I never use emoji” to “I use more than one emoji per message.” In general, the amount of emoji is some kind of strange cargo cult for those who want to have sex. You know what to do. 🙂
Laughter for no reason
A sense of humor not only prolongs life, it will also provide you with a much higher quality of sex (and its frequency). Those people who admitted that they can easily laugh at themselves and will not be offended if someone else does, have a much better chance of success, because this means that you are more comfortable with yourself. By the way, men who easily make women laugh also give them more orgasms.