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Science Explains The Reasons For Infidelity

A group of researchers has been given the task of discovering the reasons that lead a person to look for an alternative relationship to the formal one.

Science Explains The Reasons For Infidelity


When a betrayal occurs in a couple's relationship there are many doubts that arise as a result of this unpleasant event, why it is the most common. That is why now several scientific studies have been given the task of finding the reasons why a person is unfaithful.

Science has tried to find an explanation for infidelity, since it is one of the most common causes why a couple ends a relationship even when there is love. For researchers, if your partner betrays you, it could be because of his or her genes.

Since various scientific studies have shown that infidelity could be caused by genetic inheritance, hormones, etc.. Next I will show you the most popular.

Infidelity and the Science of Cheating


HORMONAL PROBLEM

One of the main causes of infidelity could be vasopressin, an antiduretic hormone. According to a study by the University of Queensland, women who had alterations in their receptor gene tend to get involved with other people while in a formal relationship.

RUNS THROUGH YOUR VEINS

The Daily Mail surveyed 2,000 Britons and found that half of the men who cheated on someone knew about the same behavior in their families.

GENETIC

People who are more likely to have an alternative relationship to the formal one have a variant of the DRD4 gene, according to a study by Binghamton University.

However, many people claim that infidelity, far from being linked to genes or hormones, has to do with the commitment you have with your partner.

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