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8 Psychological Facts About Love

1. Sexual imprinting

 According to researchers men are more attracted to women who possess a bone structure that resembles their mothers. This is known as ”sexual imprinting”.

2. A sense of humour is attractive

Women are attracted to men who possess a strong sense of humour, it is generally associated with intelligence and honesty.

3. The power of love

 The act of falling in love is known to have a calming effect on a person’s body and mind. This, in turn, can raise levels of nerve growth for about a year.

4. Frustration attraction

If you get dumped or were a dumper; be careful. Being dumped could lead to ”frustration attraction”. Frustration attraction means that the individual who was dumped will love and lust the person who dumped them even more.

5. Euphoria

Falling in love is known to have the same neurological effects as certain drugs. Both falling in love and taking a dose of a strong drug will give your brain similar feelings and sensation. Falling in love produces several euphoria-inducing chemicals in your body that will stimulate 12 areas of your brain.

6. Physical appearance

People generally prefer an attractive face over an attractive body when it comes to long-term relationships. However, when people are looking for a fling, the body will win over the face on the basis of physical attraction.

7. Butterfly effect

The expression of having butterflies in your stomach is a real feeling that is caused by an adrenaline rush. When you fall for someone, it will probably be hard to avoid the feeling of butterflies dancing and fluttering around in your stomach. This happens as a body’s response to a fight-or-flight situation.

8. Happiness

Studies have shown that happiness is contagious. It is much harder for people to walk away from someone who is happy, or not love someone who is happy simply because they are so enjoyable to be around.