Romance! Romance is an unlimited passion for your partner. This passion is inevitably vital for nurturing happiness and joy in our relationship. Romance forms a fundamental base of our sexual life. Sex without romance is like body without a soul. Romance arises out of love for your partner.
The Romance is one of the most pleasurable and joyful feelings a person can experience in his life. The healthier ones romantic life, the better he or she will be satisfied in their relationship.
This will sprout out the bliss in to their life keeping their family joyful and fulfilling. But there are instances when the romance in our life gets fade. This causes all the happiness and pleasurable moments to dwindle away. One of the most common causes for this is “the stress” that we encounter in our daily life.
Hormones in our body play a vital role in our body in flourishing romance. These hormones are responsible for what we feel while we are in romance. There are two major hormones which plays a vital role in women that creates romance. The Oxytocin in women forces her to bond with her partner.
This hormones cause an increase in her commitment for her partner. Oxytocin takes birth when a woman is overcome by a sense of safety and warmth or when she is nurturing her ward Estrogen is the most vital hormone that takes her in to the mood.
This hormone generally spikes at the ovulation period. Estrogen is the hormone that evokes lust in women. While in Men, Testosterone is the most striking hormone that evokes lust in men.
This testosterone is released when there is a visual stimulation of opposite sex or when there is urgency for sex. Testosterone is released when the Men are overcome by a sense of urgency, sacrifice or is in the problem solving mode.
These hormones are inevitable in blooming romance in both sexes. Both estrogen and testosterone takes birth from a mother hormone known as DHEA!
But how does our daily life stress affect our romance? The stress hormone “the adrenaline” which steals the romance from our life also takes birth from the same mother hormone DHEA!
When we are in romance testosterone and estrogen will be produced in large quantities in our body. So the mother hormone DHEA is utilized completely for the production of these two romantic hormones. This makes DHEA least available for the production adrenaline “the stress hormone”.
As a result of this, we won’t experience any stress while we are in romance. This is the reason why romance wipes away our stress!
But when we are in stress, adrenaline is produced in large quantities in our body. So the mother hormone DHEA is completely utilized for the production of the stress hormones. This makes DHEA least available for the production of the two romantic hormones testosterone and oxytocin. As a result of this, we won’t experience any romance while we are in stress. This is the reason why stress wipes away our romance!
The male body requires 30 times more testosterone than the female oxytocin to be able to cope with a similar stress level. This 14is the reason why men loose romance faster than women.
So by increasing romance we will be able to wipe out stress away from our life. Let us have a look at the top 5 strategies and use them to increase our romance.
(1) Be sincere, open and frank, this opens up ones heart causing oxytocin to release to create bonding with the partner.
(2) Avoid unnecessary works that steals away the time to spare with you family and spend your time with your partner. This creates a sense of commitment in her causing to release more oxytocin. This creates more commitment.
(3) Have some trips and create some of the most memorable events in your life with your partner. This will cause to release more dopamine and serotonin. These events will later motivate you to spare more time with her.
(4) Practice mindfulness, it calms our mind and reduce our stress. This will shunt more of the DHEA to produce the romantic hormones.
(5)Be in romance, this will cut down the production of adrenaline!
Live your life in romance!
Originally published @ The Chemistry of Emotion: How Stress Affects Our Romance