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Is the sex in your relationship lacking? You and your partner might benefit from more laughing!
The Doctors discuss how research has shown that couples who laugh more together tend to have sex more often. Clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho notes that 1 study examined 3000 married couples and found the relationships which had at least 1 humorous partner tended to be more satisfying sexually.
It turns out laughter can also boost the quality of someone's sex life as well. The Doctors note that another study found that women who had a humorous partner had sex more often, had more frequent and stronger orgasms, and initiated sex more often.
Maybe it's time you consider cracking a few jokes in the bedroom! Check out even more great tips and suggestions on sex and relationships seen on The Doctors.