There is evidence that having sex makes you smarter!
I’ve been doing a lot of research on sex and the brain for my new book, NeuroLoveology: The Power to Mindful Love and Sex and I discovered ways for us to grow our brain cells while growing a romantic relationship and even growing our business.
If you are single, you can get someone hooked on you using the secrets of NeuroLoveology. Most people would guess that sight is the most important sense when it comes to attraction, and they are right as far as igniting that initial spark. But you maybe surprised, to learn that the sense of smell is 10,000 times stronger than taste and the most important sense when it comes to creating long-term romance.
To get a new person hooked on you, you need to trigger desire that will release addictive forming chemicals such as dopamine and noradrenaline. That means seducing them with an aroma that turns them on. So, your opening line when flirting should be “What’s your favorite fragrance, flower or food.” Then tell him or her that is also your favorite and make sure to use it on your first date.
If you want to be a better communicator in the bedroom or in the boardroom, NeuroLoveology offers many insights to keep partners happy mentally, physically and sexually. We all have left and right brain hemispheres and while both sides are utilized in nearly every activity, the left side of the brain manages the tools of language and works in a logical and sequential order while the right side is more visual, holistic and creative. Understanding your own, as well as your partner’s, preferred brain hemisphere sets the foundation for greater communication and more compatibility. So you can give instructions verbally to a left-brained partner and visually to a right-brain partner for a meeting of the minds.