Your Silence Isn’t Golden | Men's Health Magazine Australia

Your Silence Isn’t Golden

Your best friend in the bedroom turns out to be your tongue. Settle down – we mean using it to talk with. In a Medical University of Vienna study that examined female sexual dysfunction, women who discussed sexual matters with their partner and took the hormone oxytocin – dubbed “female Viagra” – before sex reported […]

Your best friend in the bedroom turns out to be your tongue. Settle down – we mean using it to talk with.

In a Medical University of Vienna study that examined female sexual dysfunction, women who discussed sexual matters with their partner and took the hormone oxytocin – dubbed “female Viagra” – before sex reported significant improvement in sexual satisfaction.

However, the researchers report, another group who also discussed their sex lives but only received a placebo dose of the hormone saw similar improvements. Silence is clearly not golden.

FAST FACT

11.21

The time of night when, on average, women most feel like having sex. (For men, it’s 7.45 – in the morning.)

Source: survey of 2300 adults by lovehoney.com.au

By Mens Health Staff

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