Fire up the beats for more heat between the sheets.
In a study carried out for music streaming company Sonos, 30 couples were monitored over two weeks. In week one they were told to go about their lives as usual. But in the second week they were told to listen to music at home, and on average reported having 67 per cent more sex.
Our brains release oxytocin when listening to music, which is “responsible for helping us feel connected with people”, says neuroscientist Daniel Levitin.
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