It's a rare to find someone who doesn't want to find a way to ramp up his or her sex life.
We're here to help.
We broke down 10 recent scientific studies that found some surprising ways to improve life in the bedroom, from your liquor intake to your furniture color.
Wear red if you want to land a partner in the first place.
It takes two to tango, after all.
A University of Rochester psychologist's study showed that men rated women who wore a shade of crimson as more attractive. The hue of red helped alter the male perception of how attractive the female was, but it didn't change how they rated personality, intelligence, or competence.
"Men also were more likely to say they wanted to have sex with a woman and that they would be willing to spend more on a date if she were in red," according to the report in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Practice your downward-facing dog.
A study in India showed that men looking to prolong their orgasm saw improvements after practicing yoga for an hour each day.
The study showed that men were able to triple the amount of time they lasted in the sack after taking up yoga.
The research concluded that the stretching and isometric holds in yoga improved core strength and pelvic muscle control, which helped prolong the time until the male orgasmed.
Speak up in the bedroom.
People who speak up about what they want in bed were more satisfied in bed, a study in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships found.
Those who talked about sex while participating in the act were even more sexually satisfied, the study showed.
If you're afraid to verbalize exactly what you want, start with non-verbal cues to signal to your partner your desires.
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