Family & Relationships The No. 1 Sign You're in Love, According to Experts
The Five Love Languages Might Seem Cliché. But, Damn, Are They Good for Your Marriage
It’s important to figure out how we express love to those closest to us. Because we may not be doing in a way that’s most advantageous. “Many times we are expressing love to the other person, but we’re doing it in a way that would make us feel loved if they expressed it to us,” says Dr. Chapman. “We’re not expressing in a way that would make them feel loved. So I think understanding that we do have different love languages, that there are different ways in which we perceive love emotionally, is important. So if I really want to be effective, then I’ll choose to speak the love language of the other person.”Dr.
Love is a mysterious feeling—and while many people know it well, they might not be able to put it into words. It can be hard to discern the moment your feelings shift from liking someone to . However, according to experts, there is a surefire sign you're in love: You're a better, happier version of yourself. Experts tell us that shift in your mood, outlook, and energy is enough to know that you're in love.Some experts suggest that you know you're in love when you would do anything for the other person, and while this may be true, you don't need to be a martyr to be in love. Instead, a shift in your personal attitude can be a more significant identifier of true love."The number one sign that you are in love is your increased energy for life," says transitional Randi Levin. "True love fits and aligns with you. It compliments the best you in this moment, and as a result, it stimulates and motivates positive action in your every day." If you find yourself giddier than usual, science says love could be to blame. "The number one sign you're in love is that you feel great! It's all that dopamine," says Ingrid Sthare.While there are many chemicals involved in the process of falling in love, Katherine Wu at Harvard University writes that . According to Wu, dopamine is released when we do things that feel good. Thinking about, being around, and with your partner causes your body to release dopamine when you're in love, which causes you to feel elated—and gives you that special glow."Being in love is feeling lit up both physically and emotionally," says Chris Pleines from DatingScout. "Studies show that a person's body releases a certain hormone [dopamine], which makes you feel good and cheerful when you are into someone. Even if that person is around or not, you feel wonderful just by knowing that you have them in your life."
Green tea: an ally against food allergies?
© wenn A new study suggests that drinking green tea may help people with food allergies. Researchers at the University of Shinshu in Japan have found that certain gut microbes can affect the way the immune system responds to certain allergens, and found that the number of flavonoids, a diverse group of phytonutrients, can positively improve bacteria. in the intestine.
The One Snack Food To Eat for a Longer Life .
This snack food may be small, but it's full of anti-aging properties that can help with longevity! Here's the one snack food to eat for a longer life.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!