A new research study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine backs up what women have been sharing with other women throughout the ages: "When it concerns sex, use your head! The mind is your most erotic organ." The study asserts that 35% of women given a placebo pill as opposed to Cialis improved across the board from desire and arousal to orgasm. Dr. Andrea Bradford one of the study's authors explains the reasoning behind the surprising results that thinking about sex, scheduling and doing it will improve satisfaction. In other words, success breeds success.
Female sexuality is complex. Basically women do not get anatomically dysfunctional the way a man does and so a pill can help him physiologically, but not be effective for her unless she believes it will make her sexy. For women stress is the libido killer. With a woman's to-do list growing while the number of hours in a day remain the same, her stress levels are surging. When a woman is depleted, unhappy, overwhelmed and angry, sex isn't going to happen. It's as though there is a self-fulfilling prophecy, "I'm not in the mood and it won't be any good." However, in this study there was a "magic pill" releasing a more positive, confident mindset. The body responds to imagined realities the way it does to realities.
Here is what you can do to create your own placebo effect:
* Don't censor your erotic imagination- give your mind permission to travel. Fuel it by reading a juicy novel, watching a romantic, sensual movie or talking to your girlfriends to stimulate your sensuality.
* Clothes make the woman - wear something which makes you feel sexy.
* Create a new energy in the bedroom with fresh flowers, a fragrance or a light bulb of a different color.
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