As she leans forward, soft and tanned flesh appears between the off white buttons of her shirt. A long lock of dark hair nestles on her outstretched arm. The ice gently tinkles against the side of the glass as she fills it, unaware that her curved flesh is making the human heart race.
The amydgala is activated.
FMRI’s (functional magnetic resonance imaging) produce evidence that blood flow is increased by heightened levels of neural firing.
The thalamus works in conjunction with the amydgala to regulate and focus attention.
An involuntary thickening of the throat prompts an immediate grab for the freshly poured water.