What is love? Depending on the social and emotional perspective, there can be many answers. But according to medical science, love is a neurological condition.
A cocktail of few hormones and chemicals in the brain that can lead a person on the path of finding true love and on this journey love is a chemistry that is interesting to learn.
The famous anthropologist Helen Fisher explains this neurological condition in three steps. Desire: This is the first step according to Helen when a man and woman tend to be more attracted and lewd towards each other due to the presence of sex hormones, testosterone and estrogen.
The attractions are the second step which is an amazing neurological condition. At this stage, a person begins to feel more than lust and sexual desire.
According to scientists, the three main neurotransmitters linked to it are adrenaline, dopamine and serotonin. On the way to love, a person's stress level can increase dramatically, which leads to an increase in the amount of adrenaline and cortisol in the blood.
In this state, a person experiences strange reasons for anxiety, and his mind begins to develop unconditional love for someone special. Often in these cases the problems encountered are an increased heartbeat and a dry mouth.
Helen recounts dopamine, people who love someone have difficulty sleeping at night, loss of appetite, lack of interest in work, and a feeling of happiness when repetitively thinking about small things related to the person they love.
According to research conducted by Helen, where she studied the brains of a few couples. She found the level of dopamine in their blood to be important. This chemical worsens the satisfaction of desires and its effect on the brain is similar to the effect of cocaine.
Serotonin is also an important chemical for producing love, due to this chemical a loved one becomes an integral part of a person's thought process.
It also connects two people by their likes and dislikes. Affection is the third and final stage of love and provides the strength in a relationship to carry it on for the long haul.
A journey of life with every moment they would like to spend together and will not give up their trust until the end. Scientists believe that two hormones are responsible for this behavior: oxytocin and vasopressin.
Oxytocin plays a vital role in cases of love and relationships and deepens feelings of love and care towards partners and thanks to this hormone two people start to feel the closest to each other. 'other.
This hormone is also responsible for the development of the relationship between a mother and a child.
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