I have cortisol issues. Sleep helps. Sex is relaxing. So, which is more important? I'm not in realtionship, so times there are sex are random and unpredictable. But, on those nights, I generally get little sleep before having to go to work. Is it better for my body to get my 7-8 hours in of sleep, and be sexually frustrated (which just adds to stress), or not be sexually frustrated and have some sleepless nights here and there?
i have a three year old and a one year old who wake up at five thirty every. damn. morning.
SLEEP. ill have sex when im dead.
love yourself. often. now and again get someone else to do it too if they're lucky.
taking yourself to dinner/a movie/the bar and chatting yourself up is wholly optional.
or you could just start seeing someone who prefers to have sex in the afternoon.
I would always pick the sex! I can make up the sleep another time. I do okay on less sleep, though, so for me it's a no brainer.
I am utterly certain that mastrubation is historic and paleo, and a much better choice than watching tv as a way to relax before bedtime.
If you have a partner, friend, or lover who is willing to trade closeness and orgasms, that is even sweeter balm to the soul.
Your love life may vary.
Sleep. I'm single, and I personally don't believe in casual sex - I refuse to put my health in the hands of a stranger.
You have to understand, though, that I'm a loner, and I've never really experienced sexual frustration. I love sex as much as the next person, but I don't feel deprived without it. What works for me probably doesn't work for the average Joe or Jane.
I suspect that if you consistently choose sleep over sex in a relationship, you won't be having much of a relationship for long. Besides, what are you, Sting? It doesn't take that long... :P
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