When a woman falls in love with a handsome and elegant man at first sight, this feeling of "uncontrollable love" actually involves multiple physiological reactions in multiple aspects and stages. At this point, the brain will adjust the female's desires to the most excited state. The article published by the American magazine "Women's Health" reveals the basis for various physiological reactions that occur in women's "love at first sight" at different times.
What are the reactions to love at first sight?
0-5 seconds: When she suddenly saw a prince charming who excited her, her brain had already preprocessed the man's voice, facial features and pheromones (chemicals released from the man's body surface can affect the related behavior of the opposite sex) before saying hello to him. The stronger the odor of male hormones emitted from the male body surface, the easier it is for women's sexual desire to be aroused. At that moment, the brain began to release a large amount of dopamine. This chemical substance makes people excited and produces a sensation similar to taking sex drugs. At the same time, the part of the brain that processes negative emotions is suppressed, making it difficult for women to detect the man's other bad habits.
If a woman is in the ovulation stage, she is more likely to be attracted to male characteristics such as a well-defined jaw and a deep voice; If you are in the menstrual period, a slightly more flexible and charming man will be more attractive to women.
In addition, the deep part of the female brain responsible for memory will record in detail the man's every move and facial features, and secretly compare him with his past lover, ultimately prompting: he looks like the first man I was infatuated with!
5 minutes: At this point, the female brain will request the hormone control center to accelerate its operation, sending a large number of chemical signals to the ovaries - this man makes me "desire" to burn; It also sends a signal to the adrenal gland to secrete adrenaline, causing the woman's heart to beat and her palms to sweat, generating strong attention to this man. At the same time, testosterone is secreted, which is usually associated with aggressive and adventurous behavior. Compared to men, women are slightly shy in sexual teasing and find it difficult to initiate flirtation first. Therefore, they need to use testosterone to induce sexual arousal.
10 minutes: At this point, women will be overwhelmed by the abundance of powerful adrenaline, dopamine, and testosterone in their bodies. Their brains will stimulate the pituitary gland to secrete oxytocin, a hormone that promotes sexual bonding.