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What Happens to Your Brain When You’re in Love

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In Conclusion

Love is a crazy, beautiful, lovely thing, isn’t it? It’s highly addictive yet vital to our survival. Thanks to the work of dopamine, oxytocin, and vasopressin in conjunction with adrenaline and the shutdown of our amygdala, love makes you feel euphoric, connected, excited, and obsessed.

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