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THE NUM­BER OF HOURS YOU’LL EX­PE­RI­ENCE A RE­LA­TION­SHIP-BOOST­ING AF­TER­GLOW AF­TER HAV­ING SEX.

Men's Health (South Africa) - - BULLETINS / SEX -

WORK OR WAIT?

Still cross­ing your fin­gers and hop­ing for the one? Bad idea. A study pub­lished in the Jour­nal of Per­son­al­ity and So­cial Psy­chol­ogy sug­gested that peo­ple who be­lieve in the idea of a “soul­mate” have worse sex than those work­shop­ping in­ter­course in the bed­room. Re­searchers found that on days when par­tic­i­pants be­lieved that sex­ual sat­is­fac­tion re­quired work, and wasn’t some sort of pre­or­dained be­stowal of com­pat­i­bil­ity, they re­ported more pos­i­tive sex­ual ex­pe­ri­ences and higher re­la­tion­ship qual­ity.

STAY IN THE RED

Red wine has fu­elled count­less nights of naked de­bauch­ery. And there’s a good rea­son for it. Re­searchers have dis­cov­ered that scar­let vino can im­prove your sex life. The study, pub­lished in the Jour­nal of Sex Medicine, found that men who drank two glasses of red wine per day had higher testos­terone lev­els than guys who steered clear of the Mer­lot. But it’s not just guys who ex­pe­ri­ence height­ened li­bido – the fruit of the vine also in­creases blood flow to her eroge­nous zones, in­creas­ing arousal and sen­si­tiv­ity.

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