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What are some physical effects of love?

Sheri Van Dijk
Psychiatry
When you experience the feeling of love, you'll likely experience a general increase in positive emotions: you feel excited about seeing someone; you enjoy things more; you feel more secure, relaxed, and at peace. If you love a person, you might also notice an increase in your energy level and find that you want to be with this person more often. Your thoughts will often be about this person, making plans for the future, thinking about the times you've spent together, and so on.
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