Neurologist Rebecca Saxe presented the most beautiful ′′ photo ′′ of the year. In fact, the image of a magnetic resonance captured when a mother kisses her only two months old son. The lips placed on the little man's head immediately trigger a reaction in his brain. Dopamine is released, the one that gives us the feeling of good, but also oxytocin, baptized ′′ love hormone ", because it is responsible to the affection and attachment. Kissing causes a chemical reaction in the little one's brain. An ′′ explosion ′′ of oxytocin called ′′ love hormone ′′ triggers. It reduces fear and increases confidence, sparks feelings of affection and attachment, a sign that the baby understood that he is protected. Dopamine is also released, which makes us feel good and vasopressin, the ′′ glue ′′ that connects mothers to babies in their first months of life. The presence of serotonin was also signaled, the one that regulates our mood. ~ Olivia Butnariu

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