3 Ways To Keep Your Relationship Hot This Summer

Go on an adventure

Speaking of trying new things, making one of them something adventurous and that gets your adrenaline going is a good move, too. “Adrenaline and the neurotransmitter norepinephrine are associated with high levels of arousal,” explains Dr. Kellogg Spadt. Not necessarily sexual arousal, but that excited, on-the-edge of your seat feeling, a feeling that can subside when you’ve been with someone for a long time. Don’t worry, though, it doesn’t have to be sky diving or bungee diving — even something as simple as an outdoor hike or killer workout will do the trick.