Improve Sleep Quality to Improve Sex Quality
For most people, solving the sleeping problem helps to solve the sex problem.
There is no question that poor sleep is related to poor sexual function. In a Sleep and Sex Survey published September 2018, scientists found a “significant connection between insomnia severity and sexual function” and that doctors or “clinicians observing dysfunction in one area should routinely assess for dysfunction in the other.”
Both men and women need to improve sleep before they can improve their sex.
The Journal of the American Medical Association published a study (JAMA, June 1, 2011) showing that low testosterone occurs in men who got poor sleep, or in clinical terms, suffered some various forms of sleep deprivation. Less testosterone, less vigor…
The research indicated that testosterone decreased or fell more every day of sleep quality also fell. One of the authors, Professor Eve Van Cauter was widely quoted as saying, “Low testosterone levels are associated with reduced wellbeing and vigor, which may also occur as a consequence of sleep loss.” (She was being careful not to suggest sleep deprivation was the sole cause of lowered testosterone levels.)
Women, too, need sleep for better sex. David A. Kahlmbach, Ph.D., et al, in Impact of Sleep on Female Sexual Response and Behavior found that “obtaining sufficient sleep is important to the promotion of healthy sexual desire and genital response, as well as the likelihood of engaging in partnered sexual activity.”
If good health, and good sex, are important to you and your partner, investing in sleep quality is part of an effective solution.
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