Thr Connections of Neuroscience and Psychological of Love
How Psychological of Love Affects Your brain and Body
The neuroscience, and psychological of love
The desire to fall in love is a universal characteristic. Unfortunately, myriad obstacles frequently hinder or otherwise disrupt the underlying neurochemical pathways necessary for emotional intimacy and romantic attachment.
As a consequence, adverse love physiological and psychological symptoms frequently manifest, resulting in progressive, often debilitating mental health issues that subjugate amorous feelings. This inability to experience passion, warmth and excitement not only prevents the development of meaningful relationships, but the inability to experience love often becomes a circular obstacle in itself.
Although stress is unlikely to be the sole driving factor, it can increase vulnerability to maladaptive psychological disorders, resulting in side effects such as diminished pleasure, enjoyment and the need for developing interpersonal connections. Further, these disruptive behaviors are often accompanied by cognitive impairments and alterations in perceptual processing. Though many studies have established an important link between emotional intimacy and anxiety, treatment options have been limited due to several key drawbacks. Despite increasing prevalence, pharmacological agents have primarily addressed physiological symptoms, often targeting isolated transmitters, while neglecting the more abstract, psychological components.
In line with this research, certain nootropics are widely gaining acceptance for not only promoting cognitive enhancement but also for advancing feelings of emotional well-being. Specifically, aniracetam, a synthetic derivative of one of the earliest nootropics, piracetam, has been shown to increase situational awareness (Harvey & Shahid, 2012) and decrease levels of anxiety (Lugo, 2014). Long-term use has also been associated with improved perceptual processing and learning-induced neuroplasticity.
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