The Civil Writer Magazine

The brain releases four 'feelgood' chemicals after eating – endorphin, oxytocin, serotonin, and dopamine. Sex releases six 'feelgood' chemicals norepinephrine, serotonin, oxytocin, vasopressin, nitric oxide (NO), and the hormone prolactin; feelgood chemicals and not brain chemicals. Dopamine a brain chemical is involved in focus and concentration, it is also a major player in the reward circuitry of the brain and for this reason is important in all forms of addiction. During sex if a woman ask a man do you love me the answer will be an abundantly clear yes. Once a man gets something to quench his food hunger and you then ask him the same question, the answer can likely change after a meal to an astonishing no. The chemical Dopamine that is involved in focus and concentration, will develop only during a meal but absent during sex to exercise your thinking to whether you want to make a life with that sex partner. A sexual encounter will produce a pregnancy in weeks but a man's resolve will come only in days as to whether to stay with her well before a pregnancy is known. That is why there are so many millions of babies with no daddies because the after sex afterthoughts didn't generate an emotional connection with the mother.