Sex Pheromones - Human Pheromones
People have long debated how much influence scent has on sexual attraction. I'm not talking about the newest hot scent that gets sprayed on you by attractive young women when you visit an upmarket department store, rather it's the virtually unnoticeable smells we all produce normally, human pheromones. .
- Some people produce more pheromones at different times of the year and some, especially women, produce more during ovulation.
- This is nature's way of ensuring the survival of the species by securing a mate to fertilize those eggs.
- Every animal, including humans, have a unique aroma that they give off in order to attract a suitable mate.
- Can you remember the last time you found yourself strangely attracted to someone but you couldn't figure out why?
- They weren't the sort of person you were usually attracted to, but you WERE attracted - very attracted in a sexual sense.
This Happens to Everyone and It's Definitely Pheromones At WorkFor reasons that can not yet be explained, some people produce more human pheromones than others and guess what? - they're the ones who are always out on a date and never alone when they don't want to be. Someone always wants to be with them.
Recent study was carried out with couples and twins put in the same position at bars as a social experiment. The overwhelming result of the experiment was that the men and women who applied human pheromones before they went out were approached much more often and the couples who participated hugged, kissed and had sex more often. In the twins experiment, the twin that applied the human pheromones received double the attention and people approaching than the twin that didn't apply pheromones.
We all know of or have experienced the phenomenon of a group of women who live together usually have their monthly menstrual periods at the same time. The pheromones the women produce influence each other. Again, nobody knows yet why this happens but research is continuing.