Love is useful for blood pressure and allergies

Love is useful for blood pressure and allergies

It turns out that love is useful for blood pressure, when dealing with pain and even allergic reactions. When a person falls in love, it is the result of activity in 12 areas of the brain that work together.

When we’re in love, the world seems an excellent place to live, and now found that love is still very useful for health. In a science there is increasing evidence that this romance improves the condition in a number of disorders, ranging from hypertension and pain and to allergic reactions. Love is a result of the activity of the 12 regions of the brain working together, as found by researchers from West Virginia University. They say that the first changes in brain activity begin within 0.02 seconds from the moment when we fall in love.

We are talking about the splash of chemicals, such as dopamine, which helps regulate emotional responses, and oxytocin or the “cuddle hormone”, which we have produced a sense of trust and reduces anxiety. This may explain the findings of other scientists that have proven that people in love have reduced blood pressure. There is an opinion that when touching a loved one in the body to produce specific hormones. And the skin is the centers of touches associated with the brain via the vagus nerve.

Major life events like falling in love have a strong physiological effect along with the emotional. Immune system, hormones, many other factors are likely actively involved in these processes. In addition, love has an impact on our ability to resist infections. A study of 50 women showed that after two years of love the fair sex had the genetic change associated with a higher concentration of components that attack the viruses. (READ MORE)