Is Your Brain Hardwired For Romance?

By on February 4, 2020
Romance

A staggering 23% of women over 50 aren’t happy in their relationships! It’s no wonder nearly half of all marriages today end in divorce. However, why are so many women over 50 unhappy in their relationships? When you strip away the baggage of life, we all want to be loved and love someone. Where does this innate desire for romance originate and come from?
 
In the modern romance and dating world, the changing face of modern romance has led to some pretty depressing stats. A recent survey found that more than 50% of sexually active individuals are dissatisfied with their sex lives; only 30% of Internet daters are in search of true love as opposed to hookups.

Brainwaves vs Romance

According to Neurosciences, there is a fascinating link between brainwaves and romance. We can’t see it, but brains hum with these waves of electrical activity. At the root of all our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors is the communication between neurons within our brains. Changing our brainwaves has a dramatic effect on our physical, mental, and emotional health.

Brainwave training has been found to help people who struggle with stress, anxiety, difficulty sleeping, fatigue – all of which are extremely important factors when it comes to romance and relationships…”

Sleep and Romance

According to research, sleep plays a major role in relationships. When we sleep poorly, the parts of our brain devoted to emotional empathy don’t function as well. Sleep loss causes social withdrawal and loneliness. We all know that a tired and rundown person is often angry and aggressive. They also display traits of anxiety and stress. Being stressed and tired is not a great combination for a healthy life, add in anxiety and you have a recipe for disastrous decisions and actions. These lead to inappropriate suspiciousness or paranoia about the partner. Overthinking, being indecisive, and an unhealthy need for reassurance and support. These behavioral actions will drain any relationship of any romance and passion.

Braintapping

Though there are several methods of brainwave entrainment, one of the most effective is “braintapping” which uses auditory and visual stimulation to synchronize and balance brainwaves. As the light and sound frequency changes, so does the frequency in the brain. Brainwave training stabilizes the limbic system which is involved in motivation, emotion, learning, and memory. The goal and achievements of braintapping is a calmed body and mind. Braintapping helps you control your breathing as it becomes more rhythmic. Through the braintapping session your hands warm, and your muscles relax. 

Wine Shop“The light and sound stimulation boost brain levels of serotonin, beta-endorphins, and norepinephrine. These same chemicals are released during attraction and make us giddy, energetic, and euphoric.”

Brainwave training and biohacking have made tremendous advances in improving symptoms of mental health conditions which are closely tied to relationships. Although in the past, brainwave training and biohacking have received criticism for being unregulated, biohackers argue that’s exactly why it needs to be studied and have close attention by the public.

There is a fascinating link between brainwave training and its impact on romance and emotional health and he can also explain why balancing brainwaves may improve your love life. If anything is can explain the scientific reasoning as to why we feel emotions and how to gain greater control over them.

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Is Your Brain Hardwired For Romance?