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Update Date: Jun 03, 2014 06:28 PM EDT
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Having TV in your bedroom is usually frowned upon, but a new study reveals that it may seriously boost your sex life.

Researchers found that people with television sets in their rooms have on average twice as much sex as those who don't.

The latest survey revealed that 74 percent of people have television sets in their bedrooms.

Participants were asked to report how many times a week they had sex with their partner.

After analyzing the results, researchers found that people who had a TV in their bedroom had sex, on average, twice per week. However, couples without a TV in their bedroom have sex only once a week.

Furthermore, 67 percent of respondents believed that having a television in their bedroom ramps up their sex life. The survey also found that 47 percent of participants said they had sex with their partner while watching television.

"We're a little surprised that Britons who have a TV in their bedroom have a more active sex life than those who don't, but it makes more sense when you look at the possible reasons why," said a spokesperson for VoucherCodesPro.co.uk, which sponsored the survey, according to Daily Mail.

"Also, I suppose those who don't have a TV in their bedroom use their bedroom mainly for the purpose of sleeping and don't want to be distracted too often.

'However, we'd suggest that if they were wondering how to improve their sex lives, they could do so simply by purchasing a TV for their bedroom," he added.

"Technology is becoming such a pivotal part of everyday life and it's becoming much more common to have a TV in your bedroom than to not. Whilst it's much better for your health to use your bedroom as a place to sleep and your living room as a place to watch TV, it seems that the addition of a plasma could spice things up between the sheets!" the spokesman concluded.

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