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Adrenaline Rush

Adrenaline Rush

Love is like a roller coaster, but is a roller coaster an impetus for love?

British author Richard Robinson told scientists at the British Association's Festival of Science in Liverpool that during high intensity activities such as riding roller coasters, bungee jumping or eating at the $9.99 Chinese food buffet will produce a hormone called phenylethylamine.

"Phenylethylamine is secreted when you see someone across the room that you really, really fancy," he said. "It is the hormone of euphoria, it is the hormone of joy and ecstasy."

Ok, so if you're trying to woo your next romance, we've got the perfect date planned for you.

Step 1: Lunch at a nice restaurant overlooking your local shooting range.
Step 2: A jaunt to your local amusement park for a round of roller coaster rides.
Step 3: Take in a Quentin Tarantino movie and hold hands over your popcorn. Throw some jalapeños in for good measure.

How do you keep that feeling of euphoria in a new relationship? [The Daily Mail]

Posted: 9/15/08
LauraLee311

It's easy to keep the thrill going in a new relationship when it's new. The trick is keeping the thrill when it's been years and years. My biggest piece of advice is to show love and appreciation to your partner every day.