As March draws to a close, so too will the cold weather and the seasonal change in our pheromones could cause our animal instincts to kick in, according to new research.
It seems that as the long, gloomy winter comes to an end and the sun starts to shine, so too do most people's moods.
Some 65 per cent of women and 53 per cent of men feel more attractive in the spring than they do throughout the winter, according to a survey by Durex.
Moreover, love is good for boosting our health and our overall mood.
Making love helps to relieve stress and tension, keep your heart healthy, boost your immune system and keep you trim, the Daily Express reports.
Kathleen Doheny, of internet health advice website WebMD, said: "When you're in the mood, it's a sure bet that the last thing on your mind is boosting your immune system or maintaining a healthy weight."
Yet these are the exact benefits that being in the mood for love can bring, she says.
Why not make the most of your new-found spring energy and search for your perfect date!
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