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Here's WHY it is better to be a 'coke addict', rather than in love!

Web Desk 12:54 PM | 13 Jan, 2017
Here's WHY it is better to be a 'coke addict', rather than in love!

Contributed By: Nayab Khan

Studies have revealed that falling in love stimulates the same parts of the brain as using 'DRUGS'. Love emotions intervene in your brain cells and gives you the same kick as coke, and now we finally know why love gives us such a "high".

But love hurts - often times harder than any drug. It can be a force for good, and change your life around, but losing the one you love can hurt so much that you finally begin to understand why people use the term "heartbroken". Here's why sipping a coke is so much better.

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Why do people develop an addiction? It activates those parts and neurons of the brain which makes you 'FEEL GOOD' - and that's exactly what love does too. And even after the initial high is over and you begin to crash, you still end up doing it all over again, even when you promise yourself you won't - the same way that you fall in love again after a breakup.

If we talk about intense romance, the first thing you notice is that happy lovers demonstrate the same characteristics that addicts do: that of ADDICTION. Now, how can love be an addiction?

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Men and women desire passionate emotional and physical interaction with their loved ones. This feeling is a focal part of all addictions. Lovers feel the immediate need of their partners when thinking about him or her, this stage is called as 'inebriation or Intoxication'. When their obsession in love gradually builds, they feel like meeting their loved ones again and again, this stage of love is called as 'Intensification'. And when love birds obsessively and madly start thinking about their partners then they begin to exhibit behaviors similar to those of a drug dependency. How intensely do we crave coke if we haven't had any in a while, huh?

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Lovers also alter their daily priorities and needs to accommodate their partners, and frequently do improper, perilous, or outrageous things to impress their loved ones. This final stage is like an 'intense drug addiction'. In intense drug addiction, a person can do anything to get his/her drug. Many of the things you end up doing border on downright dangerous, as you lose all inhibitions and stop caring about the consequences. When did coke ever make you take crazy risks?

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There are some lovers who risk their lives and end up dying, all to impress for their beloved. This is the extreme stage in love and is similar to when a drug addict cannot access his drug. This stage is known as 'Separation anxiety'.

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Nowadays, many people don't get involved in serious relationships. Being in an unrequited relationship often leads to a 'mental disturbance' which affects the routines of life. There is certainly no harm in being in 'love', but don't say you love someone when you don't. And for those of you who fall for someone who can't give two hoots about you, we have this advice: if you fail to find a long smooth journey of love then move on. It's better to be hurt a little bit temporarily instead of falling in love and harm yourself emotionally, mentally and physically over the long run. Or better still: why not just sip a coke!

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The writer does not represent the views of this publication, and works freelance.

Disclaimer: This article is intended to be satire, and should not be taken as advice. Daily Pakistan takes a very firm stance against substance use and abuse, and does not endorse or promote drug usage, nor does it advise or encourage its readers to use drugs. We are not responsible for any consequences that may arise from using any of the substances mentioned in this article. 

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Today's currency exchange rates in Pakistan - Dollar, Euro, Pound, Riyal rates on March 22, 2023

KARACHI - Following are the foreign currency exchange rates for US Dollar, Saudi Riyal, UK Pound Sterling, U.A.E. Dirham, European Euro, and other foreign currencies in Pakistan open market on March 22, 2023 (Wednesday).

Source: Forex Association of Pakistan. (last update 09:00 AM)

Currency Symbol Buying Selling
US Dollar ‎USD 283.6 286.65
Euro EUR 301 304
UK Pound Sterling GBP 344.5 348
U.A.E Dirham AED 77.2 78
Saudi Riyal SAR 75.4 76.2
Australian Dollar AUD 187 189.4
Bahrain Dinar BHD 749.75 757.76
Canadian Dollar CAD 207.5 209.7
China Yuan CNY 40.91 41.31
Danish Krone DKK 40.59 40.99
Hong Kong Dollar HKD 35.9 36.25
Indian Rupee INR 3.41 3.52
Japanese Yen JPY 2.06 2.11
Kuwaiti Dinar KWD 919.58 928.58
Malaysian Ringgit MYR 62.85 63.45
New Zealand Dollar NZD 176.66 178.66
Norwegians Krone NOK 26.33 26.61
Omani Riyal OMR 732.14 740.14
Qatari Riyal ‎QAR 77.42 78.12
Singapore Dollar SGD 208 210
Swedish Korona SEK 26.5 26.8
Swiss Franc CHF 304.1 306.6
Thai Bhat THB 8.26 8.41

Today's gold rates in Pakistan – 22 March 2023

KARACHI - The price of a single tola of 24-karat gold in Pakistan is Rs 202,400 on Wednesday. The price of 10 grams of 24k gold was recorded at Rs173,500.   

Likewise, 10 grams of 22k gold were being traded for Rs163,624 while a single tola of 22-karat gold was being sold at Rs 190,880.

Note: The gold rate in Pakistan is fluctuating according to the international market so the price is never been fixed. The below rates are provided by local gold markets and Sarafa Markets of different cities.

City Gold Silver
Lahore PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Karachi PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Islamabad PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Peshawar PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Quetta PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Sialkot PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Attock PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Gujranwala PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Jehlum PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Multan PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Bahawalpur PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Gujrat PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Nawabshah PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Chakwal PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Hyderabad PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Nowshehra PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Sargodha PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Faisalabad PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375
Mirpur PKR 202,400 PKR 2,375

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