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Have 'Sex' To Perform Well In World Cup

by Bidita Debnath on July 3, 2014 at 9:38 PM
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Have 'Sex' To Perform Well In World Cup

As per a new survey by website Quartz, sex could be the reason for the soccer teams' powerful performances in the World Cup.

Pamela Supple, who's a sex and relationship counselor from Sex Therapy Australia, explained that being intimate helps men connect and relax by letting loose a lot of "feel-good" hormones and chemicals, News.com.au reported.


But it should be kept to a half-hour or an hour time period, which is apt for a sportsperson's body to rejuvenate and feel fresh, followed by 8-9 hours sleep, as overdoing the activity could leave one very tired, she added.

It should be noted that while all the eight teams that remain in the battle of 2014 FIFA World Cup, have permitted intimate contact between players and their partners to some extent, the teams namely Russia, Chile, Mexico and Bosnia and Herzegovina, which have been eliminated had clearly banned sex.

Source: ANI

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