Health - Wellness
Physical Signs That Might Mean Someone's
Into You
Dilated pupils
Eye contact is important in clear communication, but locking eyes doesn’t necessarily mean interest, but dilated pupils do. Oxytocin and dopamine, also called the “love hormones,” play a key role in determining the size of the pupils, and if dilated, it means the hormones are at work.
Researchers from the University of California Davis found that couples began breathing in and out at the same intervals simply by being in the same room. Science still can't explain this phenomenon, but it seems that there is trust when someone is in sync with another person.
When falling for someone, the brain releases all kinds of chemicals that make one feel happy and excited, and one of them is norepinephrine, which causes sweat. Unfortunately, men may find themselves sweatier than ladies when in love since their brains make more norepinephrine, which is also responsible for keeping their hearts pounding.
Open posture
According to clinical psychologist Carla Marie Manly, "When someone is ready to love and be loved, they'll be open in their heart space rather than close off." Opening the arms and stretching out the body indicate comfort, making the other person comfortable too.
Raised eyebrows
This is a familiar communicative gesture that shows interest and — perhaps more importantly — opens the eyes, which makes you look more inviting. Though this is an easily recognizable sign of attraction, "eyebrow flash" happens fast, and it only takes one-fifth of a single second to show this sign.