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        好几天没出门了,院子里落满了树叶,2019年挺幸运的,3月遇到了W,收到了很多礼物,也收获了很多爱。


        面对TA的时候永远都不该有糟糕的心情。

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        据说恋爱的时候胃里会有舒服的感觉,国内尚无相关报道,国外20年前已有研究,称之为butterfly,大概就像是蝴蝶扑闪着翅膀的样子吧。

 

Why falling in love gives you butterflies




12:00AM BST 13 Jul 2000



RESEARCHERS are close to solving a great mysteries of romance - why falling in love is so often accompanied by butterflies in the stomach.

A team of British neurologists has identified four parts of the brain that react when someone is in love.

While three deal with conventional feelings of euphoria and excitement associated with love, one of the newly discovered zones is closely linked to churning feelings in the stomach.

The findings come from brain scans of people shown pictures of people they confessed to being "truly and madly" in love with.

The study was carried out by Andreas Bartels, a postgraduate student, and Prof Semir Zeki at University College London, who normally work on vision.

They advertised for volunteers who were in love. After sifting through the responses, three quarters of which came from women, they chose 11 women and six men in their mid twenties. All had fallen in love within the past six months to a year.

During the scans, the students were shown pictures of loved ones or a friend of the same sex and age as the object of their affections.

Seeing a lover prompted activity in four distinct brain regions that were not active when looking at pictures of the friend, New Scientist reported last week.

Two of the areas were deep in the cortex. One was a spot in the medial insula, the mysterious central lobe of the brain whose function is still a puzzle.

One of its roles appears to be in perception of the gut, raising the possibility that it is responsible for butterflies in the stomach. It has also been linked to the perception of pain.

"This could be something to do with butterflies", said Mr Bartels, who has just completed a Phd.

Another distinct spot was in the anterior cingulate, part of the brain that is active when people are asked to reflect on their own feelings and emotions.

Mr Bartels is confident that he was measuring brain activity associated with love - and not simply sexual attraction. "But of course, sexual attraction is part of it," he added.




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