Food, alcohol, sex, coffee, certain drugs, any pleasure or immediate source of gratification causes the release of dopamine. This can create a very intense beginning to a romantic relationship and is often described as “falling hard” for someone.
Dopamine can be really high in the beginning of a new romantic relationship and makes you giddy, and causes the fireworks of love. The problem with dopamine is that the effect doesn’t last, and a feeling of love that is due to dopamine fades away, especially in men.
When you first fall in love, there are two chemicals in the brain that are responsible for the euphoria you feel: Dopamine and oxytocin.
Dopamine is a chemical that is released in the brain in response to pleasurable experiences.
It is a chemical released in the brains of men and women through intimate, loving interactions.
Oxytocin has a calming effect on the brain and decreases the need for more and more dopamine.
There are certain lifestyle changes and simple ways of relating that can help couples avoid developing a tolerance to each other from the perspective of dopamine, and increase the amount of oxytocin released in day to day interactions.
However, educating yourself with a little knowledge in the area of brain science and love can be helpful to enhance the satisfaction you experience in and the longevity of your relationship.
According to research in the area of brain science, after four years of a dopamine driven love the man develops a tolerance to his partner and is no longer attracted to her.
The only way to renew the sexual interest of a man at this point is to introduce a new female partner.
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