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It can't be denied that we all have experienced jealousy at some points in our life. This phenomenon of jealousy is generally observed more in females as compared to the males.
Women easily get annoyed and jealous of other women, but why? There is a scientific reason behind this jealousy. Scroll down to know about it.
Though very few girls admit that they feel jealous of other girls, but this feeling is actually experienced by every woman in her life.
But, sometimes they don't give a damn about it. This phenomenon of jealousy is not related with moodswings, it's all about hormones.
A recent study published in the journal Biology Letters suggests that your jealous behavior is associated with hormones and not your possessiveness.
Women were showed two snaps of a girl who was clicked at different phases of her life. One picture was clicked at the time of ovulation while other was clicked when she was not ovulating.
The participants in the research were at peak estrogen levels in their monthly cycles and therefore, got easily jealous of the girl in the picture.
Higher levels of estrogen in the body are responsible for creating the feeling of jealousy in the women. Researchers noticed jealousy only when the participants were at a high hormonal point in their menstrual cycle.
This study also suggests that women look more attractive during ovulation which makes other women jealous of them. So, next time you feel jealous of other women; just think about where you are in your cycle.
Share this interesting information with every woman in your life.