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Khajuraho sculptures; Photo No: 2

A freeze from the Foundation ( South Side ) of Lakshmana Temple, Western group of Temple, Khajuraho.

നെല്ലുകുത്തലും രതിക്രീഡകളും ഒരേ സ്വാഭാവികതയോടെ കൊത്തിവെക്കാന്‍ കഴിയുക എളുപ്പമല്ലതന്നെ.

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY SELECT

There are a lot of chemicals racing around your brain and body when you’re in love. Researchers are gradually learning more and more about the roles they play both when we are falling in love and when we’re in long-term relationships. Of course, estrogen and testosterone play a role in the sex drive area . Without them, we might never venture into the “real love” arena.

That initial giddiness that comes when we’re first falling in love includes a racing heart, flushed skin and sweaty palms. Researchers say this is due to the dopamine, norepinephrine and phenylethylamine we’re releasing. Dopamine is thought to be the “pleasure chemical,” producing a feeling of bliss. Norepinephrine is similar to adrenaline and produces the racing heart and excitement. According to Helen Fisher, anthropologist and well-known love researcher from Rutgers University, together these two chemicals produce elation, intense energy, sleeplessness, craving, loss of appetite and…

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