As far as the seasons and sex drives go, one might assume that summer takes the cake. I was born in August, and it just so happens that all of my besties are summer-fall babies, too. All it takes is some very simple math to subtract nine months and realize that means we were all conceived from late fall into winter.
Published: January 15, According to a new study published on the popular blog The Psychology of Human Sexuality, men want more sex during the winter. In this new study, men were asked to rate the attractiveness of several women, over the course of the year.
Winter sex is more likely to produce naturally skinny individuals who never have to worry about their weight, a study suggests. On the other hand, babies conceived in the heat of summer may face a life-long struggle to stay slim. Scientists have linked cold weather conception to larger amounts of calorie-burning brown fat in both mice and humans.
Too cold to shed your clothes and get intimate? But for some couples, their sex lives take a nosedive the minute temperatures drop — snuggling under a blanket is always welcome, but the effort it can take to warm up and get in the mood for intimacy is sometimes arduous and not worth the trouble. Lucky for us, there are certain sex tricks that were made for winter loving. So, brew some tea, grab a pair of knee-high socks, and get ready to embark on the most exciting and sexy season of your life.
Weather always affects your sex drive because it changes the pattern of the hormones produced in your body. The change in production of sex stimulant hormones to sex dampeners explains the effect of weather on sex drive. Every type of weather has a distinct influence on your sex drive.
Right when the leaves turned from bright green to brilliant oranges and reds and suddenly everyone began wearing flannel, I started dreaming of having winter sex. But wintertime means bundling up in the bed together. It means cuddling and making out and building forts out of blankets and then having sex inside of them.
Just like our moods change with the transition from one season to another, so do our sex drives. In fact, many experts say couples tend to have more sex in the wintertime than other months, both based on desire, availability, and well, boredom cabin fever, anyone? Psychotherapist Kelley Kitley says during the Winter, couples have fewer distractions that keep them from getting it on.
In the northern hemisphere, the months between December and March can be a source of torment: you constantly have dry skin, chapped lips, icy toes, and a body that looks like a potato swaddled in clothing. The days are shorter, and the act of leaving the house becomes more of a thing you do out of necessity rather than desire. Sounds sexy, right?
So ever wondered why there are longer nights in winter season? Well, turns out it is because the throes of frost nights could be the real throes of passion as well. With the passing of summer's skimpy outfits and sweaty bodies, winters come with bundle of woolens and flannels on.
But as the frost sets in you should think about heating things up in the bedroom because having sex during winter has a range of surprising benefits. We spoke to sexual health expert Samantha Evans, co-owner of Jo Divineabout how getting frisky during the big freeze can banish winter blues, help you sleep better and even stave off a pesky cold. During the winter months we are generally more susceptible to becoming sick due to being surrounded by other people who cough and sneeze over us in the office, in shops or on public transport. Having sex once or twice a week has been linked with higher levels of an antibody called immunoglobulin A or IgA, which can protect you from getting colds and other infections.