How Your #SexLife May Influence #WorkPerformance

officeassholeI’m pretty sure your potential employer cannot ask you about your sex life but according to the study, it might forecast whether or not you’d be an asset to the organization.  Researchers found that people who had a good sex life tended to perform well in their job capacity. It is believed that a regular orgasm floods the brain with dopamine, the neurotransmitter that tickles the reward center in the brain. Furthermore it releases oxytocin. Together the two create a special cocktail that encourages bonding. The combination of the two makes for a much more pleasant work experience for all. The key to most everything in life is balance. As stressful as your day can be at work, when you get home it should be a sanctuary free of work related stress. Decompressing, relaxing, and creatively constructing ways to enjoy your time away from work is job #1. Do yourself and your coworkers a favor – when you get home from work, do a hard reboot and reset the system.

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