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Jan 07, 2014

Don't Let the Cold Ruin Your Sex Life!

This polar vortex may have many in America freezing their cocks off. BUT DON'T! Because there are ways to heat up your sex life even in these frigid months.

And here's how!

  The problem: you are biologically programmed to lose your sex drive in cold weather.

You can thank our ancestors’ hibernation patterns for your winter libido drop, a University of Tasmania study found. “Hibernation caused their metabolisms to slow and sex drives to wane, as they increased their kilojoule load and slept more,” says the study’s co-author, Dr Margaret Austen. Thanks a lot, Darwin! The solution: trick your body into thinking it’s still summer by investing in the correct light bulb. Although Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is rare, the grey weather and early darkness can make your home gloomy and depressing, helping bring on the winter blues. While splashing out on a pricey light-therapy box is one way of upping your mood, we can’t help but think that sitting in front of a light box isn’t the best way of creating an uplifting vibe between you and your girl. Instead, fit your house with full-spectrum energy-saving light bulbs. In a study of SAD patients by Dr Norman E. Rosenthal, clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown Medical School in the US and the author of Winter Blues, participants who spent time under full-spectrum light felt considerably better, while those exposed to normal artificial light showed no improvement. The bulbs ($48.50) are also environmentally friendly and cut your electricity bill, giving you two more reasons to smile.

For a boost on the go, slap the BluWave application on your iPhone. Studies in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism found simple blue light is twice as effective as white light at treating light disorders. Don’t: cheer yourself up with alcohol. Studies published in the American Journal of Physiology have found that drinking alcohol effects your body’s “master clock” and disrupts your energy levels further.

The problem: cold weather dulls sexual sensations. Lower body temperatures dampen arousal for both men and women. “If your skin is warmer, it’s more sensitive,” says Dr Ian Kerner, sexual therapist and the author of She Comes First. “Most men will notice that when they get cold, their penis will shrink,” says Kerner. See, you’re not the only one. The solution: it’s a great excuse to take off someone else’s clothes. Nothing heats you up faster than someone else’s body heat, according to University of Illinois studies. “Plus, skin-to-skin contact boosts the levels of oxytocin – the feel-good hormone, so acts as an aphrodisiac,” says Kerner. Bonus points: nude sleeping means no struggling with her bra clasp. Don’t: take her socks off. Women are 30 per cent more likely to orgasm if they keep their feet warm, discovered Dutch scientists from the University of Groningen.    
The problem: winter weight gain saps your sex drive.

There’s a biological reason why your summer six-pack is buried under winter’s spare tire. Studies by researchers at Indiana University have found that men pile on a minimum of one kilogram over winter because cold weather makes you want to eat more. Unfortunately for you, a study by Duke University showed that gaining weight kills libido and makes men and women less sexually adventurous. The solution: boost levels of happiness and sex hormones with pizza. Studies published in medical journal The Lancet have shown that levels of mood-boosting chemical serotonin are lowest in winter and highest on bright, sunny days. However, according to University of North Carolina studies, it’s possible to replicate the summer serotonin boost by eating smarter. The scientists found that serotonin is manufactured from protein-rich foods and its release is triggered by carbohydrates. And that smells to us like a meat-feast pizza. Don’t forget the plonk: Italian scientists from the University of Florence reported that women who drank wine with their meals had higher sex drives and reported stronger orgasms.

Don’t: try to give your libido a boost by eating chocolate. Although a few squares of quality 70 per cent cocoa chocolate can have a positive effect on mood, the cheaper sugary stuff will work against you. Scientists from St. Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin found that eating a sugary snack can temporarily lower testosterone levels, which, in turn, can sap your sex drive, whatever your sex.

The problem: you produce fewer sex hormones in winter.Testosterone takes a nosedive in the winter and early spring, according to the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. One of the reasons behind this could be because babies conceived at this time would be born in autumn when, historically, food rations were low.The solution: get more sleep. Sleeping for longer allows the body to produce more testosterone. If you can’t sleep more, sleep smarter. If your alarm wakes you in a deep-sleep cycle, you’ll feel sluggish for hours, so invest in the Philips Wake-Up Light alarm clock with iPod dock, which gently increases light for a natural awakening. Don’t: resort to an energy drink. Scientists at the Sleep Research Centre in the UK found men who supped an energy drink were significantly more lethargic and had more trouble concentrating an hour later.

-Men's Health

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