(AscendHealthy.com) – Are you looking for ways to turn up the heat with your partner? There are a myriad of tips, tricks and pieces of advice on how to go from ice cold to red hot in the bedroom, but there may be a clearer, simpler solution that’s a lot less work. Head to the chocolate aisle at your favorite store. Read on to find out how a little chocolate can spice up your bedroom life.
Grab Some Chocolate for the Ultimate Aphrodisiac.
What Exactly is Kisspeptin?
Generally made in the hypothalamus, kisspeptin is a hormone that provokes the release of other hormones. Since it was founded in Hershey, Pennsylvania, the hormone was named after Hershey’s chocolate kisses.
Kisspeptin enters into receptor sites in the pituitary gland and then releases neurotransmitters, triggering the luteinizing hormone. This hormone controls different parts of the reproductive system. Because kisspeptin helps with hormonal stimulation, it may boost sex drive in both men and women.
How Can It Help You
If you hope to turn up the heat or just get in the mood for love, the release of kisspeptin in the body may help. While production and release of the hormone occurs naturally, most often around puberty, we can trick it at any time. Chocolate is one food item that contains kisspeptin. It may alter our brains to a higher state of sexual arousal.
Keep Some Chocolate on Hand
Eating chocolate may be a safe and possibly effective way to bring lovers more satisfaction in the bedroom. There are no unwanted side effects in moderation, and indulging in good chocolate brings pleasure on its own. The good news is, you can choose what type of chocolate treat you want to try. Experiment with different types and flavors to see what works best for you.
Don’t Go Overboard
Even if your sex drive is relatively low at the moment, that doesn’t mean you should overindulge in chocolates or sweets. How much chocolate is enough to start feeling a certain type of way? Start with one serving size and go from there. Avoid more than one serving size because it might lead to high glucose levels or a crash from too much sugar.
Although Valentine’s Day is all about chocolate and flowers, anytime is a good time for chocolate! Besides, maybe we can learn something from the infamous day of romance. For example, giving your sweet some sweets may set off some fireworks. No matter how you express your affection, it starts with tuning into your partner. Of course, a box of chocolates can’t hurt either.
~Here’s to Your Healthy Ascension
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