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Having sex is already a wonderful experience, but science shows that making love in a hotel room makes the process even more enjoyable.
According to AOL Travel, new research indicates that people who have sex in hotel rooms have heightened levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine, which activates the chemicals that control the senses of pleasure and excitement.
(Increases in dopamine are also attributed to consuming chocolate or alcohol, listening to music or using stimulants.)
Another contributing factor to the improved enjoyment of sexual activity is the fact that people associate hotels with relaxation. With guests not being forced to worry about the daily grind they deal with at home, it results in less stress and anxiety, which makes it easier for people to get aroused.
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In addition, Psychotherapist Ian Kerner and psychologist Amy Muise told TravelandLeisure.com that the clean rooms, fresh sheets and friendly employees at hotels also play a factor into relaxation, which also improves intimacy.
Less stress equals more sex, so enjoy your next hotel stay.
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