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10 Interesting Facts About Love You Probably Don’t Know According To Science..!!(love alarm)

10 Interesting Facts About Love You Probably Don’t Know According To Science..!!(love alarm)


when you think about love you probably
picture couples holding hands or driving off into the sunset together falling in
love is exciting colors seem brighter obstacles seem to vanish the whole world
is a more beautiful place because of our newfound lover although this may seem
true at the moment some of those strong feelings are occurring due to chemicals
released in the brain although the science behind love isn’t extremely
romantic it is quite fascinating to realize the complexity of our body 1
both males and females must have adequate testosterone for sexual
attraction yes even women have small amounts of testosterone testosterone
creates desire as well as aggressive behavior which may push you to pursue
the person who is creating this desire to weaken sense and are attracted to a
person with a different immune system this finding came about during a study
conducted by Claude wedeck End of the University of Switzerland apparently the
same findings were discovered in rodents free falling in love is as addicting as
cocaine or nicotine dopamine a chemical that is released during the initial
attraction stage of the relationship is also activated when using cocaine and
nicotine it gives you that rush of pleasure and happiness that makes those
drugs so addicting it also enhances the release of testosterone which is stated
above as essential for attraction for love can literally make you crazy
something you may or may not know about love is that it can lead to serious
infatuation the same levels of serotonin that bring about the infatuation are
found in those with obsessive compulsive disorder which is an anxiety disorder 5
love needs to be blind for survival it does not seem to matter what others say
to a new lover he or she is always perfect in our eyes 6 your nerve cells
work better during the first year of love
a protein in our bodies called nerve growth factor ng F that is important for
the functions of certain sympathetic and sensory nerve cells seems to thrive
during the first year of being in love seven romantic love and the love between
a mother and child share a similar chemical connection the hormone oxytocin
is released during childbirth and when a child nurses as well as during orgasm
oxytocin is thought to help long-term bonding
eight when you take away one of the key bonding hormones the attachment will
disappear nine we are attracted to those who look and/or smell similar to one of
our parents as creepy as this sounds a partner who looks similar to one of our
parents is found to be comforting if you are a female in your father were certain
cologne it is a familiar and comforting scent this makes sense but let’s not
bring Freud into this 10 we also tend to fall in love with someone who looks like
ourselves aside from facial features hair color and eye color we also tend to
be attracted to those with the same lung volumes earlobe links and metabolic
rates although we might not want to think about these things when we are
falling head-over-heels it might be necessary to remind ourselves to not
completely lose our heads in the chemical love spell we are surely under
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