Researchers from the University of Washington, the Oregon State University and the University of Oregon conducted a study of 159 employed, married adults. For two weeks, the participants were asked to keep a daily diary based on survey questions provided to them. Studies found that having more sex not only increase the relationship satisfaction, but it also leads to a better career.
You can also experience the beneficial effects of sex in your daily life. Employees that have sex the night before came into the office in great spirits, and were thus more engaged and performed better. Researchers get that adults who reported a more active sex life at home were more likely to report greater satisfaction and performance at work. A healthy sex life plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy relationship among worker’s personal and professional life.
Here’s what the study found:
- Effects Can Last Up to 24 Hours
The performance enhancing and mood-boosting effects of sex lasted for up to 24 hours in some people. Both men and women experienced these effects, regardless of the amount of sleep they had the night before and marital satisfaction.
- Bringing Your Work Stress Home Can Kill The Mood
In certain situations, the research found that bringing work-related stress back home reduces the chances of having sex that night. So it’s very important to leave work at the office and just be relaxed when you get home. The main objective of research highlights are the importance of finding the work-life balance. No matter how much you love your job, it’s also very important to have something else outside of that. This research definitely makes a good argument for why you should have more weekday sex. There are so many benefits to orgasming, it’s great to see job performance and satisfaction being added to that list.
Sex has emotional, social, and physiological benefits.
The results revealed that sexual engagement is associated with more positive moods the next day. The participants who reported better moods as a result of having sex the previous day also reported greater job satisfaction and increased engagement during their workday.
According to the research, their findings are a “reminder that sex has emotional, social, and physiological benefits. It is very important to make it a priority. The study results also reveal the negative impact that a work-home conflict can have for sexual engagement, after finding that the adults who brought their work into their home environment were less likely to have sex. This, in turn, it leads to poorer productivity in the workplace.
The study notes that the widespread use of smartphones and other devices has fueled the expectation that employees are contactable and will respond to emails and other work demands outside of working hours. Technology offers a temptation to stay plugged in with the task, but it’s advisable to unplug it if you can. And the employers should encourage and motivate their employees to completely avoid work after office hours. Sex is known as one of the best remedies for treating many types of men’s and women’s health problems.