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Boring Bedroom Syndrome — It's Everywhere

Don't Forget to Brush! continued...

Flirt — Mercilessly

Kid with the mailman, the plumber, the salesclerk, and, yes, your husband. Don't hold back — according to scientists, flirting causes a woman's body to produce oxytocin, a feel-good hormone that plays a key role in encouraging romantic relationships. "Oxytocin is the body chemical that causes those tingling sensations when you're aroused," explains Dr. Hirsch. So go ahead — bat a few eyelashes, tell your sexiest joke. Hey, it's all in the name of science.

 

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