‘Sex hormone’ boosts arousal & romantic love, UK scientists discover
Scientists are trialing a hormone linked to feelings of sexiness and romance as a potential cure for psychological sexual problems.
Researchers at Imperial College London believe an injection of the hormone, called ‘kisspeptin,’ could stimulate sexual arousal and romance in the brain after early-stage trials yielded positive results.
They speculate the naturally occurring hormone, which is essential to the body’s reproductive system, could help people overcome psychosexual problems in the future.
Scientists gave kisspeptin injections to 29 healthy young men and found the hormone increased the brain’s response to pictures of couples in romantic or sexual situations.
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— RT UK (@RTUKnews) October 2, 2016