According to CBS News
, a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine
has found that each additional hour of sleep increased the likelihood that a woman would engage in sexual activity the next day by 14 percent. Over one hundred college aged females kept sleep diaries for two weeks and reported whether they engaged in any sexual activity the next day. Longer sleep time correlated to greater sexual desire the next day, and women who slept longer reported better genital arousal than other women. The findings suggest that doctors may want to look at the sleep habits of female patients who have sexual complaints, since poor sleep habits may be leading to sexual issues.
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Read the study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.