I wanted to ask you volunteer a question because I wanted to have an accurate answer (by the way if you think I'm asking too much questions and get you running down on bandwith just tell me, I know Miz Scarlet said something about that once, not to me though)
Well, I've always been wondering about something. That seems to be mostly a myth but is it true that women have more energy after sex than men ? That having sex kinda give than energy ? And makes men more tired ?
Don't be shy to tell me I'm really wrong here.
Everytime I do something sexual like masturbation, after that, I can't sleep. It feels as if I just had cafeine or too much sugar or chocolate. You know, an energy rush. Before having sex, sometimes I'm tired and when I'm finished I'm not tired anymore. It feels as if I've just had a good night sleep. I have so much energy.
I was just wondering if it was typical for women ? And what causes that ? My guess would be that it is cause by an adrenaline release. Am I right ?
well from my experience, i feel more energized too, i dont know if every woman feels that way afterwards. But i tend to feel calm, and yeah: like i've just woken up from a good nights sleep.. interesting. Anyone else?
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I've never had vaginal sex, but after I orgasm I'm completely spent for a few minutes while my body calms down, but then there's a definite boost in energy...
It makes the study breaks I take during all-nighters a whole lot more enjoyable
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