Excerpt: 'You: Being Beautiful' on the Biology of Sex

When it comes to sex, some women are as silent as a 1920s movie. They fear that they can't tell their men what they want in bed—maybe because they're shy, maybe because they're embarrassed, or maybe because their partner's ego is as delicate as a silk blouse.

But the best thing you can do with your mouth to improve your sex life has nothing to do with the X-rated thoughts crossing your mind right about now; it's talking.

Women need to teach, coach, and encourage their men to give them what they want—and how they want it. Believe us, it's much more of an ego boost for men to know they're pleasing their women than not to know something was wrong in the first place.

Keep It Pumping

Good sex isn't just about blindfolds and finger paints. It's really about good blood flow.

That ensures you're getting the right nutrients to your brain, as well as the right stimuli to your sex organs. So improving your sex life means avoiding the things that decrease blood flow (nicotine, drugs, saturated fat, trans fats, sugar, syrups, diabetes, high BP) and embracing the things that increase blood flow (exercise, avocados, fruits, vegetables, 100 percent whole grains, ginseng, ginkgo biloba, l-arginine, lemon, citriulline).

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