Falling in Love Is Good For Your Anxiety, Blood Pressure, and More
November 14, 2018 8:39AM PST
If 287 Hallmark original movies have taught me anything, it’s that THIS is the time of year when people fall in love. And most of the time they fall in love with Lacey Chabert.
And that’s good news . . . because a new study found some new ways that falling in love is GREAT for you.
The researchers found that when you fall in love, it’s the result of TWELVE different parts of your brain working together. And with that much of your brain involved, it’s going to be releasing lots of good chemicals, which leads to these results . . .
1. Less anxiety.
2. Lower blood pressure.
3. A better immune system and ability to fight off infections.
4. A higher pain threshold.
5. And milder allergic reactions.