There are many women who find the correlation between snoring in the bedroom and intimacy to be a nuisance. Even after a passionate encounter, many people are baffled as to why a man can fall asleep so easily.
In some cases, his unabashed slumber may cause you to believe that you are nothing more than an object of his desire. As a matter of fact, I would like to encourage you to see his sleepiness in a new light.
Intimacy is the reason why men go to sleep afterward.
It's not your personality or performance in the bedroom that causes men to feel so drowsy and exhausted after love making, even if the encounter was particularly passionate and energizing.
1. There are environmental considerations to be taken into account.
With the lights off in the bedroom, intimacy is commonplace and often occurs at night. It's only natural to feel sleepy in the bedroom because our brains associate it with bedtime.
It's possible to improve your chances of having a post-coital conversation by engaging in intimacy with the lights on or in the afternoon.
2. Discharge of Prolactin
Immediately following an orgasm, men's bodies produce a cocktail of brain chemicals known as Prolactin. Why does it take a guy so long to get back into the mood? (the "refractory period").
Dopamine, a brain chemical that aids in sleep maintenance, is also inhibited by prolactin. Prolactin levels increase by four times after sex, resulting in more serious side effects, according to research (i.e., fatigue).
3. Increased levels of oxytocin
Sleep is also linked to the release of oxytocin and vasopressin, two other orgasmic chemicals. The release of melatonin, the primary hormone that regulates our body clocks, is frequently accompanied by their release. Oxytocin may also help with stress reduction. These three hormones all work together to produce a sense of calm and sleepiness.
Is it just men who have this problem?
It isn't just men who are affected. After initmacy, both partners go to sleep. Women's bodies, on the other hand, respond differently. The orgasmic sensations are a stimulus for them. Because of this, they may be more open to a rematch.
After a night of love making, how can you keep your man from falling asleep?
1. Make an effort to have initmacy before you eat breakfast or dinner.
2. Stay away from the traditional intimacy at the end of a long day.
If you want to talk to your husband after initmacy, but he doesn't want to talk, try talking to him about something you know he's interested in first. Once you've gotten him interested, you can start talking about something interesting.
As a result, don't be offended if your partner falls asleep during initmacy because it's not an insult. Post-orgasm chemicals can cause tiredness and relaxation in the body of a person who has recently had a intimacy experience.
After making love, both oxytocin and prolactin will be released, which are the primary causes of a man's exhaustion.
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