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Sex boost for commuters

A NEW study by the RAC Foundation has claimed that commuting can improve your sex life.

According to research carried out by the foundation's consultant psychologist, Conrad King, the results of spending 10 to 15 minutes a day in quiet contemplation or meditation when driving are an increase in energy levels, greater creativity, higher sexual potency and the willingness to strive to meet challenges.

Commuting can also help in terms of building up a plan for the work day ahead or de-stressing on the way home.

King said: 'The type of thought that occurs when driving is actually very similar to the type of brain activity that takes place during meditation. If drivers get into the right frame of mind, they can actually finish their journeys in a more serene state than when they began them.'

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