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Here’s when we want sex the most

05 September 2014, 12:21

Abuja - Ladies, have you ever woken up feeling like a tent pole is being jammed against your spine? That’s because men wake up with the vibe.

According to the Mirror, cruel science has made it so men and women want sex at completely different times of the day.

Even before a man wakes up, his testosterone levels are peaking as the parts of his brain telling his body to produce it was switched on overnight. That’s why guys wake up with erections two or three times a week.

Women, on the other hand, wake up feeling super unsexy as their sex hormones increase as the day goes by.

But it’s not that simple. For a woman to be turned on, she needs to feel attractive, researchers say. If she feels unattractive, her bad vibe overrides all her raging sex hormones and her frisky man will probably not get lucky after waiting all day.

That's if he could stay awake long enough anyway.

Read more at the Mirror.

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