How Sleeping Disorders Affect Your Sexual Life

No matter what your age is, both sex and sleep are important components of your physical health and emotional well-being. Having a good relationship with both increases your overall satisfaction with life.

What is often overlooked by couples is the relationship between sex and sleep. What experts are now learning is that quality sleep is important for the development and maintenance of a healthy sex life. Equally, if you improve your sex life, you will likely sleep better.

So in the hustle and bustle of work, social obligations, raising children, housework, and exercise, how do you manage to get the sleep you need to have a positive impact on your sex life?  Let's take a look at how the combination of lack of sleep and your sexual desire work together and what you can do to improve this area of your life.

What is quality sleep? | Does Less Sleep Mean Less Sex?

The fact is we all probably think we could use more sleep. It’s hard to effectively go through daily functions and have energy left for relationships if we are stretching ourselves too thin. To effectively recharge your body, the average adult needs between 7-9 hours of sleep each night.

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