Some men are very conscious about how long they last in the bedroom when it comes to sex.
However, health experts Yasmin Harisha and Claire Dunwell have said that a quickie can actually be good for your health.
The revelation comes as the duo have shared easy ways that you can cheer yourself up this January in just 30 seconds.
Talking about having a flighty bedroom encounter, the pair told The Sun: "Orgasms are a half-minute mood booster because they flood the brain with health-boosting, feel-good endorphins.
"The average male and female orgasm lasts ten to 35 seconds and regular sex means more orgasms – a quick and surefire way of warding off the winter blues."
As well as getting some action in between the sheets, there were also tons of other recommendation from the pair to boost your mood.
One of these is eating a banana, as they said the fruit is high in the hormone serotonin - which helps to improve mood and reduce anxiety.
Taking a sip of tea is recommended as theanine in the drink mixed with caffeine boosts brain activity, mood and gives a sense of relaxation and well-being.
Smelling coffee is also another tip from the pair, as they said the aroma improves wellbeing for 90% of people.
Lighting a candle is also another suggestion, as it sends calming signals to the brain.
Other suggestions including chewing gum, sining the chorus of your favourite song and stroking a pet, as well as making eye contact with strangers, and making a 'victory list' of things you have achieved.
This list comes ahead of Blue Monday on January 17th, which is is supposedly the saddest day of the year due to a combination of bad weather, long dark nights and the lingering aftermath of the festive period.