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What is chemistry of love??????????

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Asked by ashok kumar, 02 Apr '10 02:26 pm
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The chemistry of love is nothing but blending of mental harmony and physical affinity between different sexes and the chemistry changes a little.... that is blending of mental harmony and affection in case same sexes.
Answered by Gautam Das, 02 Apr '10 07:18 pm

 
  
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Hi, When 2 Minds blend well, without any precipitation and if the product is Bliss,means the Chemistry of their love is fantastic......!!!
Answered by Rachana, 02 Apr '10 02:45 pm

 
  
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Love is love chemistry me jaoge to gum jaoge mere dost
Answered by Shiva, 02 Apr '10 02:39 pm

 
  
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Throughout history, mankind has deemed the heart the center of love. But scientists say that love is all in your mind, which is fueled by chemicals and chemistry. Actually when you have chemistry with someone, it's not exactly flattering. What it shows is that there's a whole lot going on beyond the conscious mind, beyond conscious decision-making, when you find yourself drawn to another person and attracted to another person...!
Answered by Dil Se, 02 Apr '10 02:37 pm

 
  
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I don't think there are any magic love potions that you can use to make someone fall in love, but chemistry does play an important role in how a relationship progresses. First, there's attraction. Nonverbal communication plays a big part in initial attraction and some of this communication may involve pheromones, a form of chemical communication.
The sweaty palms and pounding heart of infatuation are caused by higher than normal levels of norepinepherine. Meanwhile, the 'high' of being in love is due to a rush of phenylethylamine and dopamine. All is not lost once the honeymoon is over. Lasting love confers chemical benefits in the form of stabilized production of serotonin and oxytocin. Can infidelity be blamed on chemistry? Perhaps in part. Researchers have found that suppression of vasopressin can cause males (voles, anyway) to abandon their love nest and seek new mates.
Answered by jakir hussain, 02 Apr '10 02:36 pm

 
  
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