Being in-love, it can brings the best out of a person. The feeling of having butterflies in your stomach and constantly sporting a smile wherever you go. It’s a powerful feeling that gives you an explainable euphoria. But there are people who aren’t always sure if they’re already in-love with someone or just eagerly admire a person. Because of that, here are 10 scientific signs that you may be in-love:
You would think that there could be no scientific reason behind wanting to be with someone all the time or being absolutely “clingy” with the person you’re in-love with. But according to Dr. Lucy Brown, a neuroscientist and clinical professor in the Einstein College of Medicine, our brain has an activation part which is called the ventral tegmental area. In that area, there is a reward and drive system. If you’re in-love with someone, your drive system is the one that influences and sends messages to your brain that you want to be with someone specific or constantly spend time with them.