What Happens To Your Body During A Breakup
*upbeat synth music* if you’re going through a breakup your heartbreak may feel like physical pain and you’re probably right the sensation of heartbreak might be a result of your body’s instinct to simultaneously speed up and slow down your heartbeat. One study examined the brains of people who were recently broken up with the subjects were shown pictures of their exes the fMRI revealed that the sadness they felt while looking at the photos.
Induced activity in the part of the brain that also registers physical pain. This is because emotional and physical pain share neural pathways in the brain. Going through a breakup might also create sleeplessness, weight gain, and overall decreased critical thinking. This is due to the steady release of the stress hormone, cortisol. If it feels difficult to let go of your ex it might be because they were like a drug to your brain. You became accustomed to.
Your ex being in your life. Now that they’re gone, your neural circuits must readjust to the new circumstances. Going through a breakup sucks, but it won’t last forever. With time your body’s chemistry will revert back to normal and you’ll be stronger than you ever thought you could be. *upbeat synth music*.