Susan Bratton, the Dear Abby of sex, joins us again with six essentials for connected sex. Tune in to understand herb cycling and supplementation to support our sexual health against health issues that impact our sexuality, especially as we age. Susan also helps us be better communicators in and out of the bedroom. Something we can all use!
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Susan is a champion and advocate for all who desire passionate relationships. Considered the Dear Abby of sex, Susan’s fresh approach and original ideas have helped millions of people of all ages and across the gender spectrum transform sex into passion. Married to her husband, Tim, since 1993, Susan is an author, award-winning speaker, and serial entrepreneur, who teaches passionate lovemaking techniques to her fans around the world.
Susan has been featured in the New York Times and on CNBC and The Today Show, as well as appearing on ABC, CBS, The CW, Fox, and on NBC as the Marriage Magician. Susan is the Chair Emeritus of The AdTech Conference. She was both CMO and a member of the board of directors for an Anthony Robbins tech startup, as well as serving on numerous boards throughout her career.
In 2009, Susan was honored as a Silicon Valley Woman of Influence by the Business Journal, and as a top 10 internet pioneer by Ad Age Magazine. In 2010, was bestowed the Lifetime Industry Achievement Award by DMG World Media.
Susan talks about, after 25 years of marriage, “I know from experience that deep passionate intimacy with my partner is priceless, a priority that tops my list of must-haves, alongside good health and the love of family and friends. I have made it my mission to aide anyone who wants the kind of lovemaking that improves with age.”
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Your Libido Is Your…
Sex drive Creativity Passion Lust for live Vitality
What Health Issues Impact Your Sexuality?
Diabetes/Pre-Diabetes Neuropathy Loss of sensation Anorgasmia Heart disease Plaque in your arteries/veins Not enough blood flow to your penis
It took you this long to get sick, you’re not going to get healthy in a matter of days. We’re always working on our health because we’re always trying to reverse anti-aging, we’re trying to do anti-aging, we’re trying to reverse atrophy. Everything external is a reflection of internal, including our genitalia.
Adaptogens/plant-based botanicals Support hormones Lower cortisol Increase testosterone Increase estrogen Manage aromatase expression of over-estrogen in men Supporting herbs Maca – libido support Cacao – polyphenols Nitric oxide precursors Citrulline L-arginine Arugula, dill, beets, spinach, cabbage Supplements Tribulus Terrestris Fenugreek Tongkat Ali Give it 90 days to build in body. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy Some hormones actually help you with things like hearing, like aldosterone. DHEA is a precursor to testosterone and estrogen. Typically, men feel good in the 700-1000 mg/dl. For women Combination of estrogen, bioidentical estrogen, as well as progesterone. Testosterone in coconut cream (used intravaginally)
Over time, your body actually adjusts to having herbal formulas, and then, they’re not as effective. Each month use a different herb to see what works for you best.
It means being filled with blood. It means to nest. When we’re born, when we’re in utero, we all start out as female. And about 16 weeks in, we get a, depending on the XY chromosome, we get a hormonal bath that turns half of us into boys. But we start out with exactly the same genital material. And that genital material turns into a penis or a vulva, a penis and s*****m or a vulva. The two channels that run down the penis, the corpus cavernosum and the corpus spongiosum, those are erectile tissue. Those are the chambers that fill up