alexa This is your Brain on Break-ups

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This is your Brain on Break-ups

Humans are wired for social interactions; our very health depends on making and maintaining healthy relationships. When we are close to a partner, our reward system activates, secreting powerfully rewarding neurotransmitters that make being close to our partners an immensely rewarding human experience. When you experience feelings of love, the brain's reward system triggers the release of dopamine in the caudate nucleus and ventral tegmental areas.

There is evidence that healthy social relationships even contribute to longer life expectancy. Given our dependence on relationships for good health, it makes sense that the pathways linked to social attachment are also responsible for physical pain. Loss is undeniably painful, and now there is physiological evidence to support this.

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