New love science

The current, most talked about movie in B Town “Kabir Singh” has received mixed review from viewers and critics.
Kabir Singh is just a guy deeply in love, who gets obsessive, aggressive, who would go to any extreme for his girl. But isn’t that how love works or rather love science functions.
Just the way, since the time Rihanna saw Zishaan playing his guitar and singing her favorite song, she couldn’t stop thinking about him. Whether she is sleeping or awake, Zishaan was in her mind.
Her daydreaming was getting worse and worse day by day, she failed to focus on smallest of things.
It happens to all of us when we are in that “in love” phase, it’s a unique stage. Sometimes we cannot string enough words to explain the experience called love, particularly new love. The world seems perfect and the heart skips a beat at everything beautiful, the air smells nice, the food tastes better and what not. But have you ever wondered what makes you feel so? Is it magic or is it just hormones?
When you're in love, you begin to think your beloved is unique and best. The belief is coupled with an inability to feel romantic passion for anyone else. According to Dr. Fisher, this single-mindedness results from elevated levels of central dopamine — a chemical involved in attention and focus — in your brain.
Also falling in love often leads to emotional and physiological instability. You bounce between exhilaration, euphoria, increased energy, sleeplessness, loss of appetite, trembling, a racing heart and accelerated breathing, as well as anxiety, panic and feelings of despair when your relationship suffers even the smallest setback. These mood swings parallel the behavior of drug addicts. And indeed, when in-love people are shown pictures of their loved ones, it fires up the same regions of the brain that activate when a drug addict takes a hit.
Being in love, researchers say, is a form of addiction.
People who are in love report that they spend, on average, more than 85 percent of their waking hours thoughtful over their "love object," according to Dr. Fisher.
Intrusive thinking, as this form of obsessive behavior, it may result from decreased levels of central serotonin in the brain, a condition that has been associated with obsessive behavior.
When one is deeply in love, experience sexual desire for their beloved, but there are strong emotional strings attached. The longing for sex is coupled with possessiveness, a desire for sexual exclusivity, and extreme jealousy.
We all know the difference between the first phase of being in love and the phase that comes much later—in a long-term relationship or being settled for life. According to a study published in the Journal of Neurophysiology, a team of scientists argued that romantic love is somewhat like the biological urge of hunger for food rather than just sexual needs.

Love is impossibly imperfect. Just like Kabir Singh is flawed but still most loved.
Love is not a substitute for reality, nor does it ask you to live in a more fantastic version of it because love lives real life. And in real life, love knows, there are good days and bad days. Love gets through all of them, sometimes with style and happiness, other times with angst and bitterness. But it gets through.
 Love is beautiful.


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