Question: Is it scientifically possible to fall in love at first sight?

Yes, love at first sight can be an overwhelming sensation that feels like love but it isnt, according to Robirosa. It is actually caused by a chemical reaction. “Basically, its a good match of endorphins between two people and in essence, it is an indication of strong physical attraction,” she says.

What does brain science say about love at first sight?

But what does science have to say about the notion of love at first sight? Researchers have shown that when a person falls in love a dozen different parts of the brain work together to release chemicals that trigger feelings of euphoria, bonding and excitement.

How fast can you scientifically fall in love?

How long it takes to fall in love. Men take an average of 88 days (about three months) to tell their partner they love them, whereas women take an average of 134 days (four and a half months), according to a 2013 survey conducted by YouGov and eHarmony.

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