That mysterious magnetism between men and women… what is it? What makes a woman attracted to one man over another? Even more, what makes her unable to resist him?
The ScienceNow science proves they weren’t so far off - though it’s really a super-powerful blend of hormonal chemistry and sexual biology.
Scientists have known for a long time that certain hormones, called pheromones, trigger strong sexual desire in animals - for instance, horse breeders who use artificial insemination will prepare a stud for semen collection by using “teaser” mares - that is, mares in heat. The stud doesn’t even have to see or touch them. He just has to be near enough to smell and react to their pheromones.
Since 1703, scientists have known about an organ in the nasal cavity known as the vomeronasal organ or VNO. They assumed it was an evolutionary relic - an organ that humans no longer used. However, in the last 25 years, scientists have discovered that the VNO is the receptor for pheromones. The VNO gives us a sort of "sixth sense": we can't see, smell, hear, or feel pheromones. As a matter of fact, we cannot consciously perceive pheromones at all, though experiments prove that they can work.
For example, it has been discovered that when the underarm sweat of women in different menstrual phases is placed under the noses of female subjects, the length of these subjects' own cycles is significantly altered. Underarm sweat has been shown to have a pheromone component - androstenol. This explains why females living in close quarters, such as college dormitories, often have synchronized cycles.
Men and women exposed to pheromones claimed that they felt self-confident, attractive, and romantic. In tests of pheromone effectiveness, it has been found that 74% of subjects testing a pheromone product experienced an "increase in hugging, kissing, and sexual intercourse." Also interesting, foods that have been known for centuries to have aphrodisiac qualities, such as truffles and oysters, have recently been found to chemically correspond to human pheromones.
If we have our own pheromones, why do we need a pheromone cologne?Because of our cultural habits... What do we do first thing in the morning, every morning? Take a shower. Then we apply deodorants and maybe lotions or aftershaves that further mask our real body chemistry. Next, we tend to dress from head to toe, thereby covering 90% of the very skin that releases pheromones into the air. Some studies have also shown that through evolution, our natural pheromone production has gradually decreased, as civilizations have turned to social customs and norms when choosing a mate.
When you put on a pheromone cologne, you're not only replacing pheromones you've washed off, covered up or lost, but adding a chemical miracle brew that will work on most women. By replenishing and even boosting your lost pheromones you can really "get back to nature," and re-establish chemical communication with people around you. People respond without even understanding why. They just know they like you.
In the NewsAn article printed in the Seattle Times reported on a study of "the human pheromone," synthesized from a chemical found in sweat.
The journalist states, "Like all animal pheromones, (the pheromone) is believed to stimulate response to the opposite sex." Thirty-eight men participated in this study testing the chemical. Seventeen used an aftershave to which a drop of the chemical was added, and twenty-one used untreated aftershave. The men were asked to document all sexual activities for the duration of the experiment.
Results indicated that all of the "pheromone" users "turned out to be busier sexually" than the twenty-one controls. Based on these results, the researchers concluded that, "Human pheromones caused a statistically significant and distinct increase in those romantic behaviors in which a woman plays a major role. Thus, human pheromones affect the sexual attractiveness of men to women."
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