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Decades of research finds that love’s reaction inside the brain models our basic needs for well-being
You can’t eat. You can’t sleep. Your stomach and heart flutter when this person contacts you or suggests spending time together. Sounds like all the telltale signs you may be falling in love.
But what happens in your brain when you begin to feel lovestruck? And how does the brain change over time when it comes to love?
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