Have you noticed how your sex drive changes at different times of the year? Fear not, you are not alone. While people are having sex, scientists are doing research: which month of the year is the most productive in terms of sex?
The first half of the month is not very suitable for sex, because the human body is heavy and lazy after the holiday. In the second half of January, things gradually improve in bed.
Quiet period: enthusiasm is there, but people tend to postpone extreme games to a more favorable period.
The first burst of spring. Whether this period will be filled with sex depends on the number of sunny days.
A month of experiments. People tend to go to nature, but it is still a little cold. But the blood is already boiling, so we find ourselves in bed with our loved one more and more often.
Fusion of bodies and nature. Picnics in the woods, passionate caresses…
Warm nights, the desire to shed all your clothes, many opportunities for romantic moments, and the natural “viagra” – strawberries – give June the title of the sexiest month. According to statistics, girls usually lose their virginity in June. Also, women are genetically programmed to get pregnant at the beginning of summer so that the baby is born in the spring and becomes stronger by winter.
A stormy level of testosterone in the blood is observed. The traditional resort romance time is somewhat dampened by the debilitating heat.
The thought of having to go back to work soon reduces sex drive. Housework and body preparation for winter are not fun either…
Oddly enough, September is a wedding season.
The last rays of heat… And the autumn breakthrough of carnal pleasures.
The lack of sunlight leads to melancholy and reflection on life. The body requires physical warmth and close understanding. Sex remains in the background. In the first place: “Maybe we’d better talk?”
Statistics show that sexual activity drops to a minimum in December. The stress accumulated in autumn and the exhausting preparation for the big holiday are to blame.