Struggling to get to sleep? You need to have sex before ni-nighs

sex 18/12/2017

If you're struggling to get a good night sleep, science has your answer - and no it's not counting sheep, turning off your phone or having a chamomile tea - finally, we've got a good one. You just need to bone. 

Yes, a survey conducted by Central Queensland University's Appleton Institute for Behavioral Science in Adelaide, Australia, found that two thirds of people slept better after they'd gone to poundtown. 

The most important aspect is orgasm. Unfortunate for those ladies who can never seem to reach it...  

Researcher Michelle Lastella explains: "The project is based on some preliminary research evidence that, after humans have sex and achieve orgasm, we have a massive release of a hormone called oxytocin,"

"This hormone among many other feel-good hormones has been said to act as a sedative to reduce the time it takes to fall asleep."

Read her full statement here.