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So much for the mile high club! Yale Doctor Claims Too Much Flying Is Ruining Your Sex Life

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So much for the mile-high club… A Yale-trained doctor claims flying too often can ruin your SEX LIFE, warning stress from travel lowers your natural libido (especially if you’re in a coach!)

  • Dr. Florence Comite, of Brooklyn, New York, advised people to take care of their flying habits — or possibly watch their sex lives suffer
  • dr. Committee explained how the anticipation, fear and worry surrounding lack of space – often associated with travel – can lower one’s libido
  • According to doctor, flying on a plane can release the ‘flight-or-fight mechanism’ in your brain, which lowers testosterone and affects sexual function
  • To avoid this, she suggested flying in business or first class, getting enough sleep, and planning the trip far in advance to avoid getting stressed.

A Yale Medical-trained doctor has argued that flying too often can ruin your sex life, warning that the stress caused by regular travel can lower a person’s natural libido.

Dr. Florence Comite, of Brooklyn, New York, advised people to be careful about their flying habits — or potentially see their sex lives suffer.

dr. Committee, who was trained at the Ivy League college Yale Medical School, explained how the anticipation, anxiety, claustrophobia, and space concerns — often associated with being on an airplane, especially if you’re sitting in cramped economy seats — can lower libido.

According to the doctor, who started her own health app Groq Health, travel can release the “flight-or-fight” mechanism in your brain, which releases hormones that lower testosterone and affect your sexual function.

A doctor trained at Ivy League college Yale Medical School has claimed that flying too often can ruin your sex life

Dr. Florence Comite, of Brooklyn, New York, advised people to take care of their flying habits — or possibly watch their sex lives suffer

Dr. Florence Comite, of Brooklyn, New York, advised people to take care of their flying habits — or possibly watch their sex lives suffer

How Flying Too Often Can Ruin Your Sex Life

According to Dr. Commitment triggers stress and anxiety caused by regular travel, and by enduring up close on a tightly packed airplane, the body’s natural “fight-or-flight” mechanism.

This, in turn, causes hormones in the brain to rise, including norepinephrine and epinephrine, which lower your testosterone.

A lack of testosterone has an adverse effect on libido and sexual function.

†[The anticipation of] when you get on a plane you lower your sex drive because it creates anxiety, we don’t know what’s going to happen and it’s a tight space,” said Dr. Florence Committee to Jam Press.

“It powers your flight-or-fight mechanism. So hormones that rise in the brain, such as noradrenaline and epinephrine, lower testosterone and that has a direct effect on libido and even sexual function.’

dr. Comite, who lives in the Big Apple with her husband Marc, their three sons, a daughter and rescue dog Olive, believes that business class — or even first-class, if you have the money to splurge — might be a better choice.

She continued: ‘If you can travel in a more spacious place, if you can get a drink before the plane takes off, going in business class will be totally better than on a bus. [or economy]†

“It will relax your mind, you will be more at ease, so you won’t get a hard blow to your brain.

‘Testosterone is really the weakest link; once we’re overwhelmed, once we don’t get enough sleep, jet lag, it’s all going to affect our way of thinking. Business class or first class makes it better.’

dr.  Committee explained how the anticipation, fear, claustrophobia and concerns about space constraints - often associated with plane travel - can lower one's libido

dr.  Committee explained how the anticipation, fear, claustrophobia and concerns about space constraints - often associated with plane travel - can lower one's libido

dr. Committee explained how the anticipation, fear, claustrophobia and concerns about space constraints – often associated with plane travel – can lower one’s libido

The doctor (pictured left with her colleagues) said flying in business or first class will

The doctor (pictured left with her colleagues) said flying in business or first class will “relax your mind” and make you “more comfortable” — which won’t affect your libido as much

dr. Committee also suggested that those who want to avoid low libido should plan their trip as far in advance as possible, to avoid feeling stressed when it comes time to travel.

Some of her other tips were to make sure all urgent chores are done and you’re getting enough sleep.

She recommended getting between six and eight hours of sleep a night, and no less than four.

She also suggested avoiding early morning flights, which require you to be at the airport at the crack of dawn to check in.

The doctor said: ‘Meditation also switches off the genes that lead to an increase in the hormones, by lowering some of them you keep testosterone where you should be. And it’s a great way to make you travel better and feel better.”

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