FOR many busy couples, balancing sex and sleep is a problem. The most common time for people to have sex is at night before we go to sleep, or in the morning just after waking. But by the time you’ve had a long day and finally put your head on the pillow, do you really want to have sex? Even if you do muster up a bit of sexual energy before bed, the quality of sex might not be that satisfying as either both or one person is tired and “that moment” can be easily lost or hurried along in the bid to get to sleep. Then there is morning sex, when you often wake up with just enough time to get ready and out the door. Even if you are a morning person and can wake up feeling fresh, there is also exercise and other morning routines to consider….