Teda nevím, kde pořád tyhle články berou, ale některé mi jako testy na angličtinu připadají celkem zábavné. Ještě tak přemýšlím, jestli na tom je něco pravdy. Vědeckým pokusům moc nevěřím, proč by ale zrovna tenhle nemohl odhalit pravdu.? Zní celkem věrohodně. Stejně si ale myslím, že teorie je víc než často jiná než praxe.. ať se týká čehokoliv.
Italian scientists have discovered that a chemical in the brain responsible for romantic love fades in intensity over the course of a year. This perhaps explains why that giddy, euphoric, head-over-heels-in-love feeling that takes our breath away at the start of a relationship diminishes over time. Researchers from the University of Pavia determined that levels of a protein called Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) greatly increase when a person first falls in love. Raised NGF levels spring from the rush of adrenalin, renewed vigor and confidence and lust for life that occur when new love blossoms. Levels of NGF greatly decrease over a year or so as security within the relationship sets in. There is then less urgency to constantly woo a potential partner to ensure they are yours.
Research leader Dr. Enzo Emanuele reported: „We have demonstrated for the first time that circulating levels of NGF are elevated among subjects in love, suggesting an important role for this molecule in the social chemistry of human beings.“ His research team analyzed the protein balance in the bloodstream of 58 volunteers aged between 18 and 31. All of the participants had recently started a new relationship and had that starry look in their eyes. The researchers compared the levels of NGF in the starry-eyed group with those in 58 people who were single or in steady relationships. The increased prevalence of the molecule in the new romantics caused sweaty palms and butterflies in stomachs. It may also induce young men to buy red roses and candlelit dinners.