Dating falling in love
"As welcome as falling in love might be, evidence links the experience with higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol (Marazziti & Canale, 2004)," the article reads.
"By making the effort to become friendly with your S. We all have different preferences, and someone's little quirks can actually make us fall deeper in love with them (a weird phenomenon, we know.) So don't be afraid to show them off to your partner.
In fact, scientists have determined that falling in love is a real thing and your brain goes into a specific state when you're newly in love.
This means that scans of your brain look significantly different from those when you're not in love or when you're with a long-term partner.
Once you've fallen for someone, experts say that scent can be an important part of your attraction.
It's the reason why you like the way your sheets smell when they get up in the morning or you want to wear their old T-shirt to bed. Maybe it's because your stomach is filled with butterflies.