If sex is on your mind, keep it there.

On this week's "How To," we tell you why foreplay is not just about jumping under the sheets, but also about keeping foreplay on your mind before sex.

A 2009 survey found that Canadians spend an average of 37 minutes on foreplay and intercourse per sex session, at least two minutes more than Americans do, according to Macleans.ca.

Even with all this time, who says you can't use a little push? The video below lays out seven steps on how to increase foreplay while keeping your partner in mind. It also shares tips on how to spice things up in the bedroom (or wherever you choose) with ice cubes and hot towels.

But will this video help you reach the 'big O' -- even though Canadian women could use some help in this department? Probably not. The video explains intercourse can lead to more orgasms as opposed to relying solely on foreplay.

Looking for a tastier way to get in the mood? Check out these top 10 aphrodisiac food and wine pairings by The Wine Sisters:

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  • Asparagus

    Because of its phallic shape, asparagus fall under the law of similarities. That in addition to its ability to <a href="http://www.alternet.org/health/132846" target="_hplink">boost histamine production</a>, necessary for orgasm, means is considered a powerful motivator for romance. Authors throughout time have given it a shoutout for its sensual properties. <strong>Pair with:</strong> New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc Photo credit: Forest & Kim Starr

  • Avocado

    The Aztecs referred to the avocado tree as “Ahuacuati” which means “testicle tree.” ‘Nuff said. <strong>Pair with</strong> Austrian Grüner Veltliner

  • Basil

    Sweet basil has been used to stimulate sex drive for centuries. Women used to <a href="http://science.howstuffworks.com/aphrodisiac3.htm" target="_hplink">stop their men from straying</a> into the arms of another by powdering their bosom with dried basil -- apparently it drove the guys wild. <strong>Pair with</strong> Ontario Unoaked Chardonnay Photo credit: Rob Cardillo

  • Chocolate

    Um, duh. Scientifically speaking, chocolate contains chemicals that affect neurotransmitters in the brain and make you want to, ahem, study chemistry. <strong>Pair with</strong> French Banyuls Photo credit: Chocolate Reviews, Flickr

  • Figs

    For those with one-track minds, the insides of figs are said to resemble female sex organs, and a man breaking one open and eating it in front of his female lover is considered a strongly erotic act. <strong>Pair with</strong> Italian Vin Santo

  • Honey

    In ancient Egypt, honey-based medicines were used to cure sterility & impotence. In modern day porn, it’s a useful edible prop. <strong>Pair with</strong> Alsatian Off-dry Pinot Gris Photo credit:Waugsberg

  • Oysters

    Leave it to the Italians, but oysters' aphrodisiac properties were documented by the Romans as far back as the second century A.D. <strong>Pair with</strong> French Muscadet

  • Pine nuts

    A libido stimulant since Medieval times, pine nuts have been a key ingredient in love potions through out the ages. <strong>Pair with</strong> French Chardonnay (Burgundy) Photo credit: Paul Goyette

  • Truffles

    Again, this is an Italian discovery. The heady scent of the rare truffle is rumoured to heighten skin’s sensitivity to touch. <strong>Pair with</strong> Italian Barolo

  • Wine

    Wine in itself is an aphrodisiac. It relaxes us, loosens us up. Just make sure you pace yourself, as <em>Girls Gone Wild</em> is not exactly the picture of romance. Unless that's your thing. Then give 'er.