What time is best for sex, according to the sex o’clock?
According to one study, men are horniest at exactly 7:54am in the morning and women at 11:21pm at night. The study, from UK sex toy company Lovehoney calculated the times people said they felt most like doing it.
One of the most common complaints couples have in sex therapist’s offices, whether hetero or same sex, it that one person never wants to do it when the other person does.
Women said they were most in the mood between 11pm and 2am, most likely due to finally relaxing their minds and not focusing on stressful events from the day. Men said they had boner problems first thing in the morning, from 6am to 9am.
Here is the “sex chart” if you want to calculate when you most like sexy time.
THE TIME OF DAY MEN AND WOMEN DESIRE SEX
6am-9am 28% 11%
9am-1pm 10% 9%
1pm-4pm 5% 8%
4pm-6pm 3% 4%
7pm-8pm 5% 6%
8pm-9pm 10% 9%
9pm-11pm 18% 22%
11pm-2am 16% 25%
2am-6am 3% 3%
Another study claims that 3pm is the ideal time for sexy time, when most people are at work. This is due to a woman’s cortisol levels and energy at their highest. Hormone expert Alisa Vitti told the Daily Mail it was “the perfect compromise for both sexes’ satisfaction, with men giving women the ‘emotional support’ they crave while still getting plenty of enjoyment.”
So for those of you not at work, we encourage trying a little “afternoon delight.”