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posted by jessica.sooknanan in Health

The love drug

February 12, 2013

Love on the brain?  According to ASAP Science, your brain on love is a lot like your brain on drugs. 

Being in love lowers the threshold of your pleasure sensors, making you happier all the time.  Love also makes you more motivated, so learning becomes more enjoyable. Love birds have symptoms similar to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, which is why people in love are constantly thinking about their significant other. 

Too much information? 

Have you experienced the drug-like symptoms of love? 

Do you actively avoid the love for these very reasons?

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