5. Both lovers’ heartbeats synchronize
This is a truly romantic side effect. When lovers are together, their heartbeats tend to synchronize, according to various scientific studies.
Is this corny or just really lovely? Couldn’t your reaction to this effect be influenced by the depth of your feelings?
6. You raise your voice.
Many people feel younger when they fall in love. Is this why their voices seem to get louder? That’s not entirely correct. According to research, lovers tend to imitate each other’s voices as a sign of affection, respect, and shared identity.
7. Love causes blindness
No matter how much “love is blind,” you will not go blind. Someone who is preoccupied with their significant other, on the other hand, unconsciously avoids people who are considered attractive. This phenomenon has even been given a name! It’s referred to as unconscious attention bias.
8. Your pupils dilated.
Science also shows that when we are in love, our pupils dilate. This phenomenon is linked to our current emotional state, which is quite intense. As a result, in the early stages of a relationship, our eyes truly do appear to be the windows to our soul, as people often say.
9. Love makes you braver… and more reckless.
Love causes us to have blind faith in the other person. According to studies, men, in particular, have a strong proclivity to take risks in order to win over or impress their significant other or potential lover.
Now you know some of the strange and fascinating side effects of falling in love. If you’re in love, go have fun! If not, you now have a better understanding of the changes you will face when it comes knocking.