Men have always been perceived as giving priority to sex over other matters. However, Professor Terri Fisher, a psychologist at the Ohio State University has conducted a study showing that men think more about food and sleep more than sex.
A total of 163 students, both male and female, were asked to record the number of times, they thought about food, sex and sleep each day. The results showed that on average, men thought about food and sleep more often than they thought about sex, but they thought about all three more often than women did. However, behavioural psychologist Jo Hemmings has postulated the explanation that men are more preoccupied with their stomachs as the sights and smells of food are more commonplace.