Love. Specific yet vague term which we all have perceived and defined our own way.
Psychology says, love is a cognitive and social phenomenon that includes a strong sense of affection, attachment, and care. Multiple research and studies conducted about love, in the world of psychology have a lot to say about their findings.
Here I want to share some facts about Love and these are really going to surprise you.
#1 Holding hands with someone you love can pacify stress and even physical pain.
#2 Cuddling is a natural painkiller.
#3 Attachment to someone has more to do with their body language and tone, rather than what they say.
#4 Emotion of love and a dose of cocaine have similar neurological effects in the body.
#5 Just looking at a picture of someone you love could help you relieve pain.
#6 Person who suffers heartbreak experiences real physical pain in the heart which is called Broken Heart Syndrome. The symptoms are similar to those of heart attack.
#7 Simply looking at someone’s eyes, even of a stranger for a few seconds can make one fall in love with them.
#8 It only takes up to four minutes to decide if you love someone or not.
#9 We are usually attracted to the people we discover, less attracted to the people who pursue us.
#10 Love is both a long term state of mind and a temporary feeling.
#11 Women are more attracted to men wearing red, than in other colors.
#12 Two people who meet in a dangerous situation are more likely to fall in love than people who meet in normal circumstances.
#13 When two people stare at each other’s eyes, their heart rates start synchronizing.
#14 Women are most likely to fall in love with men who have a strong sense of humor.
#15 Love is not everyone’s cup of tea. Some people suffer Philophobia which is the fear of falling in love.
Share these interesting psychological facts about Love with the people you love.
PS: June is marked as LGBT Pride Month and I am sending lots of love to the LGBT community out there! Love is Beyond Everything, let’s say it loud and proud!
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