Interesting facts about speed dating
Valentine's Day is coming and those hearts and cherubs need a break. In what part of the brain do we find the “Not tonight, honey" headache?
He may be a good lover but poor dad material, and yet you'll be attached to him and perhaps stick with the relationship longer than you should.”So if you hear Dionne Warwick when he walks into the room and your friends -- who didn’t share an oxytocin moment with him -- hiss like wet cats, you may be seeing the situation through oxytocin-colored glasses (I have so many if I buy another pair I get the next one free). From The Scientific American Book of Love, Sex and the Brain by Judith Horstman and Scientific American: “Jefferson University neuroscientist Andrew Newberg scanned the brains of praying Catholic nuns and meditating Buddhist monks and found some overlap between their neural activity and that of sexually aroused subjects (as seen in scans from other researchers). Just as sex involves a rhythmic activity so do religous practices such as chanting, dancing and repetition of a mantra.So you'll have to settle for the other G spot a little lower down. Wonderful though it is, it has its share of headaches and this certainly sounds like one.Oxytocin may keep us attached in ways we normally wouldn’t want to be, but testosterone has men doing things they don’t even know they’re doing, like getting erections.Medical Net says difference starts to show up when we’re about four years old. Linda Geddes of New Scientist quotes researcher Barry Komisaruk as saying, "When I tell my male neuroscientist colleagues about this, they say: 'Wow, that's an exception to the classical homunculus,'" he says. ' It may help explain why a lot of women claim that nipple stimulation is erotic, he adds.”Claim?
Anyway, those images are pretty spiffy, and they're ripe for a new line of greeting cards.“There is dopamine involved in that sort of lustful attraction,” a neurotransmitter associated with excitement, reward, desire, pleasure and in some case addiction.