Science-backed turn-ons and turn-offs
We're all different, but we have some things in common
When it comes to attraction, we all know that it’s quite a personal thing. Often what is a turn-on for one person can be the opposite for another. However, when considering turn-ons and turn-offs, we generally refer to how one organ is affected: the brain.
Causing dilated pupils and an increased heartbeat, physical arousal cues are triggered by chemicals being released in the brain. The big question is what causes these kinds of chemical reactions? Although some differ from person to person, others are common across the board for most of us.
To explore the science of turn-ons and turn-offs, click through this gallery.
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