This is why I harp on creating happy feelings, as well as creating a range of emotions in my article about the “fallout effect” (or sparking romantic interest in you).
Ever notice how sometimes it can get difficult to keep your cool around someone you are very interested in?
There are a myriad of chemical combinations that are happening in the brain to make you feel a certain way about someone.
Once we’ve discussed all this, we can then start talking about how “love pheromones” (or pheromones that can foster, maintain, and maybe even spark “love”) later on in the article.
In a moment, I’ll talk about some of my specific findings when it comes to figuring out how much the scent of pheromones actually have to do with “love”.
Before we begin, I think its important to understand that there are different ways of understanding whether “love pheromones” really exist or not.
For now, we know there are several different categories of pheromones. you will experience love differently, when it comes to different people.
It’s usually a mixture of excitement, nervousness, anxiety – all part of the uncertainty of whether you’ll be able to reel in the target you really want.
In this stage of a romantic relationship, your brain sends signals to the adrenal gland to pump out the chemicals adrenaline, epinephrine, and norepinephrine, giving you those “shaky knees”, sweaty palms, and butterflies in the stomach.
Many of these chemicals are also released when people take certain drugs for example, which is why the “withdrawal” period can be so severe for addicts.
It’s also the reason why “breakups” can be particularly painful if you had a truly deep attachment to your ex-partner…There are about 6 stages before forming an extremely powerful, Sometimes people develop an extremely powerful attraction for eachother long after they’ve first met.