Many reckon it trivial; others get sleepy as the bubble busts. Results of a new study suggest however, pillow talk plays a vital role in happy relationship. So guys be careful and don’t think it’s a petty thing.
The online survey, which included 456 heterosexual people, revealed the women whose partners end a session of passion by nodding off and immediately turning over often had the feeling of insecurity and lack of affection from their partner. This sorta attitude makes them think their partner as a selfish lover who just cares of his own physical needs.
The participants of the survey were asked about their sleep patterns with their partner and it was quite astonishing that most couples had great similarity in their sleep patterns. Scientists from the University of Michigan believe that talking and holding each other after sex is an important issue for couples to show their commitment to each other.
Dr Daniel Kruger, the lead author of the study, said that women’s desire for communication, emotional bonding and affection is at peak when their partners fell asleep after having a passionate session of love. Though both men and women are accustomed to instantly fell asleep after sex, it’s a lot more common in men than women. The survey concluded what couples do after sex have more importance than what is done before or during the session.