Your mind and body will always thank you for spending more time getting it on, but they're not the only ones. Surprisingly, your wallet will, too.
And no, we're not talking about prostitution.
A new study from Anglia Ruskin University in the U.K. found that those who get it on two or three times a week earn 4.5% more than their less frisky colleagues. The researchers also found that that men who aren't having sex earn 1.3% less that those who are.
Dr. Nick Drydakis and his team analyzed data from 7,500 Greek citizens, paying close attention to the association between sexual activity and wages. They uncovered a strong correlation between the two areas: "Contemporary social analysis suggests that health, cognitive and non-cognitive skills and personality are important factors that affect wage level," they write.
To clarify, Drydakis writes: