Is it Just You, Or Is Sex Actually Better in Hotels Than at Home? Here's What Science Says

Is it Just You, Or Is Sex Actually Better in Hotels Than at Home? Here's What Science Says

Go figure!

By Alesandra Dubin

If you've ever had a night in a hotel room with your partner that felt like a revolution compared to endless nights in your boring old home, you might have wondered if hotels had some kind of magical powers.

It turns out, they do!

Or not magic, exactly — but science, which proves it's actually not just you, but sex in hotel rooms actually is better than the sex you have at your ho-hum house. As Aol reports, research indicates that hotel sex leads to an increased rush of dopamine, and that makes us feel happier when it activates the pleasure centers in our brains — a feeling not unlike when you eat something delicious, or watch your favorite show.

So how does it manage to do that?

Well, first of all, there's the novelty itself of simply being in a hotel room. But secondly, people who are in hotel rooms tend to be there in search of some relaxation away from work or other obligations, another factor that can contribute to better sex.

Obviously, a nice, clean, luxurious set of sheets and pleasing, tidy decor — uncluttered with the trappings of your daily life — don't hurt either when it comes to amping up the passion factor in a hotel environment.

Overall, the idea is that reduced level of anxiety leads to better sex, especially for women whose arousal is more easily affected by that factor.

In short, it's time you got to booking — you owe it to your relationship!

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