13 Interesting And Fun Facts About Love

    13 Interesting And Fun Facts About Love
    Music, literature, visual arts - all kinds of contemporary art undertake countless attempts to understand and describe what happens between a couple of lovers in the surge of passion when they first meet and fall in love with each other or how someone comes to this feeling slowly, over time, only inflaming the heat of passion. Most people, one way or another, at some time of their lives pass through the same range of feelings and emotions, including everything from fear and anxiety to joyful euphoria. Nevertheless, all people react to love, passion and romance in different ways. Now we will tell you some fun facts about love, which you probably didn’t know.
    The wedding rings in many countries of the world are worn on the fourth finger of the left hand since the ancient Greeks claimed that it’s there that the vein "amoris" or "the vein of love" passes directly from the finger to the heart.
    Researchers studying the influence of love on the body found that the reaction of the brain to love is similar to what a person experiences after consuming a dose of cocaine. When the chemistry of love works, the brain releases a whole range of neurochemical substances, such as norepinephrine, dopamine, adrenaline, and oxytocin. As a result, we experience an irresistible sense of euphoria and prosperity. These chemicals are absorbed simultaneously by twelve parts of our brain, which makes this process an incredibly powerful and complex neurological phenomenon.
    The European man subconsciously draws attention to women whose waist circumference is one-third smaller than the hips. Beautiful women, depicted in the paintings of the Middle Ages, had exactly such proportions of the body.
    Studies show that if a man and a woman meet for the first time in an extreme situation, then the probability of love occurrence increases.
    Women all over the world are more likely to fall in love with educated, wealthy, and respected men with a sense of humor. During ovulation, women become more interested in healthy, hairy and strong men.
    The maple leaf is a symbol of love in China, Japan, and North America, it was often engraved on the beds of the first settlers. And in ancient Greece, the symbol of love was an apple.
    The wedding rings in many countries of the world are worn on the fourth finger of the left hand since the ancient Greeks claimed that it’s there that the vein "amoris" or "the vein of love" passes directly from the finger to the heart.
    An unusual fact, romantic love lasts just over a year, perhaps because the brain can’t maintain a state of romantic bliss, accompanied by special chemical changes in the body.
    Mexican ruler Montezuma considered chocolate "a love drug." He drank 50 cups of chocolate a day and then visited his harem with six hundred wives.
    Optimal relations (the highest satisfaction with marriage, conflict-free distribution of roles) are formed in those unions where a husband is a sanguine person, and a wife is a melancholic person. But couples with such a temperament arrangement are only 10%.
    Love is one of the most underestimated painkillers in the world. When people embrace one another, increases the level of oxytocin, resulting in reduced sensitivity to pain. Another study showed that when lovers hold hands, their levels of pain and stress drop significantly. Moreover, sometimes to enjoy the anesthetic power of pure love, the presence of another person isn’t necessary. Scientists conducted an experiment during which the participants were simply shown photos of their loved ones, after which the level of pain experienced by them was significantly reduced.
    It’s proved that husbands, who kiss their wives while leaving for work, live for 5 years longer than those who don’t kiss their loved ones. Do you want to find a lovely woman to kiss her all the time? Try dating in Ukraine and you will definitely find your loved one.
    Love prolongs life. Psychologists from the Northumbria University (England) found that men, who rhythmically and beautifully move during the dance, are more attractive for women as sexual objects.
    Love lulls negative emotions. German scientist Andreas Barthel argues that the zones of negative emotions and rational decisions in the brain of a man in love usually "sleep." That is, people in love are foolish and imprudent.