5 Science tips to win the loved one
There is a lot of research on what can help you conquest of the beloved. Here is a list of some of the most interesting findings:
A study conducted by the Harvard (United States), Liverpool (England), Aberdeen and St. Andrews (Scotland) universities found that smiling makes a person look more attractive in the eyes of the other.
Keep flowers around
If you want to win a woman it's worth investing in flowers. A study by the University of Southern Brittany (France) has found that women are more attracted to men who are in front of a flower shop than those close to other places such as a cake shop or shoe store.
If your goal is to win over a man, a research from Indiana University (United States) found that acting kindly helps a lot. This is because men value more affectionate displays than women.
Another study at Bucknell University (USA) concluded that getting too proud is not good if your goal is to win over a man. They would prefer you to show their interest soon.
Eyes in the eyes
A study by Clark University in the United States analyzed two cases: one in which the duo spent two minutes looking into one another's eyes and secondly, the doubles stared at each other's hands. The doubles who looked into each other's eyes were drawn to each other more than those who looked at their hands. So if you want to win someone invest in the eye.
A certain melancholy invades the environment and youthful thoughts about the illusions of an enchanted world that dreamed of having in adult life come out of nowhere. The phone rings and, without having time to enjoy the sadness that has come, I do not know from where, the reality awakens the Balkan princess who, in the real world, needs to be a hero to deal with all the obligations that modern life imposes.
Have felt that feeling that your body continues to "sleep", even after some awake time. However, a Stanford University study found that this is not just an impression: part of your brain sleeps, even when you are awake. Scientists explain that when we sleep, areas of the brain display a certain alertness, and this makes these areas have cycles that are independent of our routine, and can wake and fall asleep in alternating periods compared to the rest of the body.