Beautiful, but more than that, it was just hers. Suddenly he felt someone pulling him like a magnet. Just reading his eyes, I feel a love in myself. He can be stuck in love like an addict. And with that came a realization that he was not hers. He wanted to cry. He felt a kind of restlessness and instability inside himself. And this is the feeling of falling in love at first sight.
When someone falls in love, their brain produces large amounts of ‘dopamine’ and ‘norepinephrine’, which makes them feel intoxicated.
This is true not only of humans but also of other animals. Giving an example will make the matter clearer. For example, when the female prairie volley smells of male prairie volley urine, the levels of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain of the female prairie vol increase.
Another study found that showing a male sheep a picture of a male sheep during the breeding season increased levels of norepinephrine in his brain. In the case of animals, this change does not last long. But in the case of human beings it remains month after month, year after year.
Scientists now agree that falling in love at first sight really happens. Scientists working in this field believe that in societies where there is no instability, no risk of war and death, the chances of falling in love are relatively high. And the initial condition of such a possibility is that such a favorable belief will hold that society.
We see its reflection in the recently published Vanity Fair survey. The survey was conducted from November 18-19, 2012. One thousand 100 adults participated in it by telephone.
CBS News.com published the results of the survey on January 2, 2013. According to CBS, 56% of Americans believe in falling in love at first sight. However, the number of people who are married and in a relationship is relatively high among those who believe.
Researchers at Tinetree College Dublin scanned the brain and found that different parts of the brain, such as the medial pre-frontal cortex, were involved in snap judgment. The results of their study were published in the Journal of Neuroscience in November.
They see that within a few milliseconds of meeting someone, their physical beauty is assessed through the para-singlet cortex. His social ability is assessed through the rostomidial pre-frontal cortex.
Professor Ryamirez is a researcher at Ohio State University. He said that as soon as you meet someone, people can understand through snap judgment what kind of relationship is going to be with him.
Scanning the brain through functional magnetic resonance imaging, Andreas Bartel and Semier Jackie found that there were differences in brain responses between dear friends and loved ones.
The image of the premaspad activates the medial insula on both sides of the brain, the anterior cingulate cortex, the cadet nucleus, and the putamen. Inactivation is seen in the posterior cingulate gyrus, amygdala, and in the pre-frontal, parietal, and middle-temporal cortex on the right side.
Brain scans also show that the excited part of the brain is the same as the excited part of those who love crazy and the excited part of cocaine addicts. That is, in both cases the same place in the brain is stimulated.
Falling in love is the beginning of a beautiful relationship when both parties are together. Otherwise, a difficult life begins for the one who falls in love. Love is a big disease.
Psychologist Dorothy Tinov calls this type of emotional reaction a luminous reaction. The person who has this feeling, that is, the person he falls in love with, is named Limerant Object. Intrusive thoughts about luminous objects keep coming. Intrusive thinking is thinking against the mind. As a result, it makes him inattentive. It is difficult to concentrate on studies and work. Sometimes fails.
The intense feeling that the feeling that is going on in him is also happening in the luminous object. He is very happy if he sees even the slightest reaction in a luminous object. All his thoughts, feelings, actions continue to aim at the luminous object.
Even other important people in his life are gradually left out. A kind of bias works in him. He does not see the negative aspects of the luminous object. As a result of a misconception at the dilution stage, he believes that the luminous object also loves him. This is the scientific characteristic of luminant reaction or falling in love.
So falling in love can lead to many anxiety problems, such as generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder. If left unmanaged, they can be left astray and lose the right path. Some also suffer from adjustment disorders.
Love is beautiful, eternal. Love frees people from gross sexuality. People are pure by burning in the fire of love. Today, some ideas about love have been given so that one can overcome illness and love in a beautiful and beautiful way.