When we fall in love, sex is incredible, but later sex becomes routine. Why? The answer is dopamine, the brain chemical that lights sexual fire. Dopamine levels soar when we fall madly in love, causing reactions like exhilaration, difficulty sleeping, and a pounding heart. As dopamine rises, so does testosterone which fuels sexual desire in men and women. Later, dopamine levels go back to normal and sex becomes routine. The good news is, you can tweak your dopamine and enjoy a “second honeymoon.” New activities, laughter, surprise, and making love all increase dopamine levels. A surprise date for your partner could be one way to get things re-started.

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