In this short video, Stanford neuroscience professor Andrew Huberman and urologist Rena Malik discuss why the brain is the “most important sexual organ.” Sexual arousal, sexual satiety and habituation are all reflections of neurochemical events.

Orgasm triggers satiety and habituation, which helps explain why partners typically lose interest in each other over time. Indirectly, this information supports the wisdom of “hacking” our biology by avoiding satiety during lovemaking.

You’ll also learn about the Coolidge Effect.