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Acting the Part

Acting the Part

Whether you’re a fireman, an accountant or professional crocodile hunter, sometimes it gets tiring being the same person day after day. This can be especially true when it comes to trying to improve your sex life. The good news is that while it may not be entirely appropriate to pretend you’re a naughty schoolgirl at the office or the firehouse, doing so in the bedroom can win you praise and some pretty exciting sex.

Scott Hazelman, M.D. tells Men’s Health that the appeal of role playing is that a couple is able to escape the stressful minutiae of every day life. He also suggests that after growing accustomed to sex with your partner, livening things up with role play can help increase levels of dopamine – a chemical similar to adrenalin produced in the brain during sex.

Have you ever tried role play? What kinds of fantasies really get your mojo flowing? [Men's Health]

Posted: 5/16/08