RANDY Brits will get ticking in the bedroom as they take advantage of the clocks moving forward from today, The Sun on Sunday can reveal.
Boffins say the extra hour of daylight will give a massive boost to our love lives as energy levels rise and couples make the most of the lighter evenings.
Brits said they are 30 per cent more likely to have sex during lighter evenings, a Love Honey survey revealed.
Sex expert Dr Pam Spurr said: “The clocks going forward tends to put people in a better mood and make them more relaxed.
“The extra hour can make for a sensual Sunday morning while a longer evening can be a key difference when it comes to feeling up for it.
“Couples up and down the country will be having much more sex.”
SUNSHINE IMPROVES OUR MOOD
The clocks always go forward by one hour on the last Sunday in March and this happened at 1am this morning.
British Summer Time started 1916 during the First World War to reduce the amount of energy we used at night.
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Previous studies have shown that sunshine boosts serotonin levels in our brains and improves our mood and alertness.
It is said to fight childhood obesity as it encourages kids to get out and play. The lighter evenings are also credited with reducing the number of road traffic accidents and combating depression.
However, there is evidence the time switch disrupts sleep patterns and causes heart attacks in the two weeks following the change.
- WORKERS should be allowed to take a nap in their offices tomorrow to help them adjust to British Summer Time, said sleep expert Dr Nerina Ramlakhan.
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