It turns out that having chilly feet can interfere with your sleep. Wearing socks to bed is an excellent way to keep your feet warm, and one of the easiest sleep hacks around. Read on to find out more about this trick. Not only does it help you sleep more soundly, but it also has some unexpected benefits, too. Our bodies are advanced, self-regulating organisms, and have all sorts of programs running in the background without realizing it.
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According to one study by the University of Groningen, couples who wore socks while getting, um, intimate were much more likely to achieve orgasm. And the Socks Versus Sockless disparity is real : the probability of reaching the orgasm soared to 80 percent from 50 percent. But why is this? But neuroscience professor Gert Holstege, who led the research, also found that sock and sex connection is especially important for women. Happy feet feels like a bad reference here, but you get the picture. That only leaves those single and dealing with new sexual prospects.
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As long as no one snores , everything should be OK. Most notably, it might help spice up your sex life — and not because socks are such sexy lingerie. According to Dr. Elizabeth Trattner A. DOM , keeping your feet warm greatly increases the likelihood of climaxing for women because they will be less tense. If you think about a warm bath, you relax, and in cold water, you tense up. Cold creates stagnation, which can also lead to pain. If you like to fall asleep as quickly as possible once you go to bed, then socks are definitely the way to go.
Somewhere between 20 and 30 percent of women don't orgasm during intercourse. That fucking sucks. But in addition to never faking it, asking for what you want in bed, and bringing a vibrator into the mix, there's something super simple you can do to up your chances of coming. Wear socks. A study from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands found that 80 percent of the women in the study orgasmed when they wore socks, compared with 50 percent of barefooted participants. Women, wrote the researchers, need to feel safe and comfy in order to come. The problem here is that no one feels super sexy in nothing but yellowed running socks or mid-calf black dress socks. So I enlisted Cosmopolitan.