BRITS are romping less as they keep phones in their bedrooms, an expert says.
Lovers are unknowingly distracted by the thought of their mobiles ringing while in the throes of passion, according to Dr Stuart Farrimond.
The health and science whiz said: “When we have our phone, it is like basically a door on the outside world — it is like having sex by the front door.
“We need to be relaxed so we can engage with our emotions and with the other person.
“When this little door bell, this little piece of technology at our bedside, when that buzzes it fires this watching network.
“That, ‘Oh my gosh, a tiger has just come across my vision — I need to pay attention’, that completely breaks the magic.
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“So even just the presence of a phone will make you less empathetic and less caring. Put them in another room.”
Dr Farrimond who has appeared on BBC and ITV, also told Chris Evans on his How to Wow podcast the best time for sex is before breakfast.
He added: “Sex once a week compared to once a month gives a similar boost in life satisfaction to getting a £40,000 pay increase.”
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