Why are we so horny? A look at the science of how our bodies are wired for pleasure

By now, you’ve probably heard that the body is wired for orgasm.

The pleasure hormone dopamine, known as the brain’s “happy hormone,” makes the brain feel good about itself.

When we feel pleasure, we experience a feeling of connectedness, which in turn gives us pleasure.

But what if you don’t feel pleasure?

What if you’re not getting off to sex, but instead feel nothing at all?

That’s the question that scientists are now trying to answer.

That’s because, according to new research, our brains are wired to only experience pleasure when the brain has a lot of dopamine.

The brain has an internal “pleasure center,” and when it feels a lot more dopamine, it feels good, says James H. Miller, an associate professor of psychology at New York University.

“Our brains are actually designed to only get off to the most pleasurable, most intense things, not to the boring, the boring stuff,” Miller says.

So the question is, how do we make our brains do what they’re designed to do?

“There are several different ways we can improve our ability to have sexual pleasure,” Miller explains.

For example, a research team at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas, found that they could use a pill called Nootropic, which is made from an artificial compound that blocks dopamine receptors in the brain.

The researchers found that when given to a group of women, Nootripic had a greater effect than the placebo.

The same group of volunteers were given an alternative treatment—a gel that was the same as the Nootrapic.

Then, they watched videos of sex and were given the option of either getting off or watching the videos.

In one experiment, participants got off watching sex videos.

The gel did nothing for the men, but the women felt much better.

And then the women were given another pill.

The group that took the gel showed a greater desire to get off than the group that got off with the placebo, suggesting that the gel was acting on dopamine receptors and making the brain think it was experiencing pleasure.

What’s more, the gel caused the men to feel less desire for sex.

“It does a lot to increase the pleasure response in the women and it does a very significant thing to decrease the desire response in men,” says Miller.

So, the team thinks that Nootrops could be a way to help women feel more pleasure in bed and reduce the desire for a more boring sex life.

“What I think is important is the fact that this is an interesting treatment option for women,” Miller adds.

The study, which will be published in the Journal of Sex Research, found a clear effect of Nootrolic on men’s desire to have sex, as well as women’s desire for it.

“The men who received Nootracol were more willing to engage in more sexual activity,” Miller concludes.

“There was no change in the level of sexual activity after Nootrotics, but after one week the women who received the gel increased their sex activity and decreased their desire for intercourse.”

Miller also says that Nooppic, or Nootrosol, could be used in the future to help men who are sexually dissatisfied.

“We are in the early stages of understanding how to use Nootrogenic to treat sexual dysfunctions,” he says.

“I think it could potentially be used to treat other dysfunction in men, including the erectile dysfunction, or erectile disorders.”

The study is the first to look at how the Noopperies effect on men and women’s sexual function.

So far, Miller says, the Nootsol gel has shown to be a safe, effective treatment for men and a non-drug, non-intrusive option for both women and men.

“One thing that is important to note about the gel is that it has been well-tested and has shown positive effects on men in both the lab and the field,” Miller said.

“That makes it a good option for the treatment of men’s sexual dysfunction.”