Somethings just go with the night, like pillow talk, a racing brain, and PJs. While something just go with morning – think bad breath, alarm clocks, and coffee.

While you'd likely prefer to get a head start on the day when your iPhone sounds, there's actually some serious benefits to hitting snooze – and enjoying another type of morning workout. In fact, according to research on the best time of day to have sex, an AM session is good for your health and maybe even career.

WHY WOMEN DON'T LIKE MORNING SEX
It seems morning sex is not as popular as it is projected to be. Although most romantic movies would show the lovers spending some intimate moments right after they wake up but it is far from the truth in reality. In fact, a study has come across some interesting findings about women who do not like to have morning sex

THE STUDY
Mattress Advisor, an online portal of reviews related to mattresses and bedding articles, surveyed around 1,000 people and asked them how frequently they had morning sex. Around 56 per cent participants who took part in this survey were women and 43 per cent were men.

AND THE FINDINGS
The participants were then divided into two groups based on their response. One group consisted of people who said they never have morning sex and the other group had participants who enjoyed having morning sex.

NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO NEVER HAD MORNING SEX
Around 63 per cent of women who took part in the survey admitted that they never had morning sex. On the other hand, the number of male participants who never had morning sex was around 37 per cent.

THE REASON FOR NOT HAVING MORNING SEX
The reason for not having morning sex ranged from lack of time to energy. According to 50.7 per cent women participants, they don’t have morning sex because they were ‘not in the mood’. While 35.6 per cent women cited lack of time as the reason, 32.9 per cent admitted they lacked the energy to have sex in the morning.

PEOPLE WHO HAD MORNING SEX
The group of participants who said they have morning sex, 51 per cent of men did it regularly while only 20 per cent of women agreed to do the same on a regular note.

SATISFACTION AND MORNING SEX
Interestingly, all the participants who were in a happy and satisfied relationship had more morning sex as compared to those who were in an unhappy relationship.


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