Uncover the truth of women’s “love at first sight”

When a woman “falls in love at first sight” with a handsome and personable man, the emotion of “I can’t help falling in love with him” actually contains a multi-faceted and multi-stage physiological response. At this time, the brain will adjust the female desire to the most excited state. Recently, the American “Women’s Health” magazine introduced us to various physiological reactions that occur in women at different time periods.

0-5 seconds. She suddenly saw a Prince Charming who made her excited, and before he even greeted him, her brain had already been aware of the man’s voice, facial features, and pheromones (chemicals released from the male’s body that can affect the opposite sex). correlation behavior) were preprocessed. The stronger the male hormone smell, the easier it is for women to be sexually aroused. At this moment, the brain starts to release a lot of dopamine. This chemical gets people excited, creating a feeling similar to taking a sex drug. At the same time, the part of the brain that deals with negative emotions was suppressed, making it harder for women to detect some of the man’s other bad habits.

If a woman is ovulating, she is more likely to be attracted by the masculine features of men, such as a well-defined jaw and a deep voice; if she is in the menstrual period, a slightly more flexible temperament is more attractive to a woman.

In addition, the part responsible for memory deep in the female brain will record the man’s every move and facial features in detail, and secretly compare him with his past lover, and finally prompt: He looks like I Obsessed with the first man!

 5 minutes. At this point, the female brain asks the hormone control center to speed up, sending a lot of chemical signals to the ovaries – this man makes me horny; it also sends a signal to the adrenal glands to secrete adrenaline, causing the woman’s heart to pound and the palms of the hands to pound. Sweating, generating intense attention to the man. At the same time, testosterone is secreted, which is often associated with aggressive and risk-taking behavior. Compared with men, women are a little shy about sexual advances, and it is difficult to initiate flirting in the first place, so testosterone is needed for aphrodisiac.

 10 minutes. At this point, women will be captivated by the flood of potent adrenaline, dopamine and testosterone, and their brain will prompt the pituitary gland to secrete oxytocin, a hormone that promotes the union of the sexes.

several months. If a woman is completely obsessed with this man, her brain will speed up the production of nerve growth factor, a protein that enhances people’s mental capacity. Regrettably, however, nerve growth factor tapers off to normal levels a year after a woman’s gluey love affair with a man. The new passion that arises when we meet again after a long absence can also trigger the adrenal glands to secrete stress hormones, but this short-term stress hormone is different from the long-term chronic stress hormone secreted under normal conditions. It can make women feel more tender. Water and obsession, and increase libido.

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