What are some psychological facts about love?

  1. The term "love" is taken from the Sanskrit 'lubhyati', which means "desire".

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  1. When a man finds a woman attractive, he may stuck his gut, flex his muscles, and take postures that make him appear taller and stronger.

3. Some extraordinary research has found that couples who are in love and bond in a romantic relationship synchronize their heart rates after gazing into each others’ eyes for three minutes.

4. The simple act of expressing gratitude towards people whom you love will generate an immediate spike in happiness.

5. Hugs that last over 20 seconds, release a chemical in your body, called "Oxytocin" that makes you trust someone more.

6. Falling In Love Has Neurological Effects Similar To Those Of Cocaine

7. If you hold hands with someone you love, this can help to alleviate physical pain as well as any feelings of stress and fear.

8. Cuddling Releases Natural Painkillers. Oxytocin, the so-called love or cuddle hormone, is produced during an embrace or cuddle.

9. You can't be angry at somebody you really love. Anger that lasts more than three days shows you're not in love.

10. Scientists suggest that most people will fall in love approximately seven times before marriage.

11. Men who kiss their wives in the morning are thought to live up to 5 years longer.

12. Women felt that men became more attractive if they saw other women smiling at them.

13. Expressing Gratitude Towards People You Love Causes An Immediate Spike In Your Happiness

14. Men are more attracted to women who possess a bone structure that resembles that of their mothers. This is known as “sexual imprinting”; which is a term coined by researchers.

15. The expression “keep your loved ones close” can have an even greater meaning, as one of the greatest predictors of love is proximity or physical closeness. Being close to another individual can contribute to increased emotion and feelings of want and desire.

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