Let's face it: Sex is one of the first things to go in a long-term relationship, even before couples quit saying "excuse me" after belching and picking up their smelly socks. It's not that it doesn't start out all moonlight and fireworks, but somewhere between paying the bills and emptying the dishwasher, making lunches and catching up on Facebook, sex slips many notches down the totem pole of daily priorities. But what if What if we applied the same dedication to sex as we do to showing up at work every morning or making dinner every night? Would the intimacy bring us closer? Would the fires reignite?
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Like the pressure most young men feel when they need to ejaculate. Most women need a reason to have sex. Otherwise, they might go for a long time without feeling desire. Men need a reason to have sex, too. But for most men, the reason can be as simple as your partner taking off their shirt.
The best time of day for having sex with your partner depends on how old you are, according to a sleep and body expert. Rather than sex being a spontaneous act, there are in fact times of the day when libido is higher depending on whether someone is in their twenties, fifties or seventies according to Dr Paul Kelley. Dr Kelley, a clinical research associate at Oxford University's Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute, said body clocks change over each decade, according to some research he originally carried out for the Daily Mail. It actually controls every body system and controls every one of the trillion cells in your body," Dr Kelley told the Telegraph.