Almost a fifth of US women have admitted that the 'stress and worry' has been a total turn-off
If you're still reeling from yesterday's US Presidential Election result, we've got news of a whole other angle to give you even more food for thought.
A new study has found that the US election has had a truly far-reaching effect on people - even impacting our between-the-sheets action.
Yes, people: Trump-v-Clinton has had a negative impact on our sex lives.
In the run-up to this week's Election Day, a study by fertility app Kindara revealed that 19% of US women indicated that the stress and worry surrounding who would become the new US President had had a negative impact on their sex drives.
Of the 928 app users who were quizzed, a further 18% said that bad economic news had a negative impact on their sex lives, whilst 4% said they would delay getting pregnant depending on the result of who won.
It seems that Democrats have felt it the hardest, with a quarter saying they were looking forward to having sex more than voting - compared to 45% of Republicans.
Obviously the numbers aren't to be taken too seriously - with a very niche pool of people quizzed - but hopefully now that the results are in, normal service between the sheets can resume.