Infidelity is a sensitive subject and a phenomenon that has existed for centuries. We all know that it is bad to deceive a loved one, and yet we discover that some couples continue to do so in secret. Since it is not clear whether your partner is cheating on you, here is the science. The latter has in fact determined several types of people who are the most unfaithful. Explanations.
Infidelity in France:
According to statistics in France, nearly 1/3 of women deceive their spouse at least once in their life. The figure is increasing, but remains proportionally lower than the trend of men who have already been unfaithful, which is almost 50% all the same.
Infidelity according to science:
Science now seems to know the people who cheat the most and who are most likely to be unfaithful.
Can size, age or first name be decisive points to show how your partner is likely to deceive you?
The only way to know for sure is not to assume depending on the time he or she spends on Twitter, but it is to catch him in the act. Here are some factors that can help you understand if your partner can fool you or not.
A scientific study was conducted on the couple behavior of animals and it proved that only 3% of females are monogamous which means that they stay with one partner all their life. The same study says that humans fall into this category and that polygamy has become quite common. The reasons? Here they are :
1 – Dopamine plays a key role in infidelity in men and women it is also called ” happiness hormone ” that helps to find motivation and gives a feeling of pleasure when the goal is achieved. This has an influence on fidelity.
Excitement releases the hormone of dopamine in some parts of the brain. When it becomes weak and therefore less intense, the man takes less pleasure and then seeks to change more often partner in bed.
2- The presence of the dopamine receptor gene: A study shows that 50% of people carrying the gene called ” long allele ” are unfaithful, compared to 22% who have the allele short and are therefore more faithful.
3- The vasopressin hormone is closely related to oxytocin, called “hugging hormone”, since a simple hug can increase the level of oxytocin in the body. It can affect trust empathy and sociability. A decrease in vasopressin in monogamous men can make them polygamous.
A study also showed that the habit of living with the same partner throughout life was determined by the level of oxytocin and vasopressin.
4- People with autism have a lower level of vasopressin, which means they are less loyal and have difficulty communicating with and adapting to others.
5 – Money can also be a determining factor: more than women, men who earn very well their lives are likely to deceive. Only when both partners receive the same level of pay does the risk of infidelity decrease significantly.
6- Age: The oldest and wealthiest men are distinguished by a greater experimentation of extra-marital behavior.
7- Blondes: According to a serious study, women with dark hair are much more faithful than blondes since 11% of them would deceive their spouse, while 42% of blond women are infidels.
8- The men of big size: The men of 1m77 are twice as likely to deceive their partner, It is what reveals the site of extra-conjugal meetings IllicitEncounters.com.
9- Men working in Information and Communication Technologies and Teachers: According to a study by AshleyMadison (a Canadian online dating site), the men who deceive the most work in the technologies of information, while female teachers are the ones who will see more elsewhere when they are in a relationship.
10- Other factors such as emotional complexes, heavy burdens some people have in their past, alcohol dependence can also be one of the main causes of infidelity.