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- Meeting someone who makes you feel butterflies in your stomach and who you fall deeply in love with can bring numerous benefits for your health. Find out why
Meeting someone who makes you feel butterflies in your stomach and who you fall deeply in love with can bring numerous benefits for your health. Find out why
If you have been in love, you know that your spirit is not the only one that transforms, your whole body seems a hotbed, you walk as if you were floating on a cloud and everything around you takes on a new dimension. Well, those sensations are more scientific than you imagine: researchers have shown that the effects of falling in love are favorable for your health.
Strengthens the heart. A study by the University of Pittsburgh concluded that women who enjoy a happy marriage have less risk of cardiovascular disease.
Extends life. Love beautifies existence, but also extends it. A mortality study that has been underway since 1979 shows that married couples live longer and have less pneumonia than singles.
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Lowers blood pressure. Doctors at the University of North Carolina observed that hugging lowers blood pressure and increases oxytocin levels. The more hugs, the better. Oxytocin also increases during orgasm, and while a direct relationship between sex and women's health has not been shown, it doesn't hurt to try.
Fight cancer. Ovarian cancer patients who had strong and successful relationships were found to have more powerful white blood cells to kill cancer tumors in research from the University of Iowa.
Also, according to a Syracuse University study, when a person falls in love, 12 areas of the brain begin to work together to release dopamine, oxytocin, adrenaline, and vasopressin - the substances of love. If you are in love, you know, at the same time you are taking care of your health.