Rapid heart rate, obsessive thinking, energy, focus and motivation are all symptoms of being in love. Most often wonder why this is happening.
Scientists have found the answer to that question.
Although the physiology of romantic love has not been extensively studied, scientists can track the causes of the symptoms of being in love.
The cause heart palpitations brain, which sends signals to the adrenal glands and secrete epinephrine, norepinephrine and epinephrine. They cause rapid heartbeat.
Kneeling knee causes norepinephrine, which is secreted during stressful situations. Decrease in the level of serotonin has been associated with obsessive thinking.
It’s funny how falling in love can actually be dangerous for people with heart problems. Specifically, when the heart beats, the heart uses more oxygen, which can be risky for older people with clogged blood vessels. Then spas provide drugs that can restrain the secretion of adrenaline.
So, for all occurrences during infatuation is responsible brain because he body sends signals that cause the secretion of various substances and thus different moods.