Women's Health

Rise and Shine

If the term morning sex sounds like an oxymoron, then no offense, but you’re in need of a wake-up call. Don’t worry, though…it’s a fun one.

“Most couples habitually have sex at night, because that tends to be when it’s most convenient,” says Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist in San Francisco. “But our bodies are actually primed for stronger orgasms right after we wake up.” The a.m. brings surges of testosterone to both men and women, increasing libido and heightening

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