Scientists: love at first sight does not exist

A group of scientists from the UK have tested mechanisms in memory of the volunteers and proved that love is formed under the direct influence of the imagination. Those emotions that a person experiences during the first meeting, are not objective and real. Simply speaking, no such thing as love at first sight simply does not exist.

The first meeting often causes euphoria, which has nothing to do with love. Scientists say: love is formed over time, and its strength is affected by the nature of the relationship and their intensity. However, the memory stores a first date, though in a distorted form. That is why the man admits that he "fell in love" at first sight.

A famous proverb says - "love is a figment of the imagination". British scientists have confirmed that "spark" is just a fiction lovers. Usually the process of forming a relationship runs smoothly and takes time.

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