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Having Sex Right Before Bed Will Help You Sleep

You've tried a white noise machine, sleep mask, and blackout curtains. But if you still can't seem to drift off at night, here's a much more appealing option: having sex. New research suggests that a sex session right before bedtime might be the key to falling and staying asleep.

The findings come from a study conducted at CQUniversity in Australia. Researchers polled 460 adults between ages 18 and 70, and they reported that 64% of the respondents said sex helped them sleep better. It wasn't just any kind of sex that did the trick but sex that resulted in an orgasm.

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