SEX FO­RUM Want bet­ter sex? Go back to sleep!

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WOMEN who sleep for longer have bet­ter SEX – and they’re more likely to feel horny in the morn­ing!

A new study re­veals that ev­ery ex­tra hour spent snooz­ing made women 14 per cent more likely to have it off the next day.

And the re­search also re­ported that par­tic­i­pants said that a good night’s sleep in­creased their “gen­i­tal arousal”. Dr David Kalm­bach, from the Uni­ver­sity of Michi­gan, said: “Our study showed that good sleep is im­por­tant for healthy sex­ual de­sire and arousal in women. “Some pre­vi­ous stud­ies have sug­gested that sleep can af­fect hor­mone lev­els, which may cause changes in de­sire and arousal.

“But I think, over­all, a lot more re­search is needed in this area to iden­tify all the un­der­ly­ing mech­a­nisms con­sid­er­ably more con­fi­dently. “The mes­sage is that sleep health is im­por­tant for many ar­eas of our

daily living.

“A good night’s sleep has in the past been shown to im­prove our mood, en­ergy, con­cen­tra­tion, over­all health, and now sex­ual de­sire and arousal.” Glam­our model Cait­lyn Klass, 24, reck­ons it’s a great bit of bed­room ad­vice for lads and babes, too!

The St. He­lens beauty says that she al­ways feels HORNY af­ter a proper night’s sleep.

The 34C babe said: “I much pre­fer hav­ing sex in the morn­ing. I’m of­ten tired at night. “There’s no bet­ter feel­ing than wak­ing up next to your part­ner and feel­ing to­tally re­freshed. You’re full of en­ergy and re­ally up for a romp. “It’s bet­ter than try­ing to have sex when you’re knack­ered – you won’t put in your best ef­fort!”

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