What are Human Sex Pheromones?
Human sex pheromones are natural chemicals produced by the human body. When a member of the same species detects pheromones, they elicit a powerful
yet subconscious effect on behavior. For the longest time, pheromone production was no longer thought to exist in humans. It was thought that, due
to our complex system of social interaction for attracting a partner, pheromone production had gradually evolved out of the human genome. But science
has finally proven that humans do produce and do react to pheromones, and their effect on human behavior is far greater than ever imagined. If
you’ve ever had a “gut level” attraction to someone, your own pheromones and those of the woman have been at play!
Human Sex Pheromones and Sexual Attraction.
People produce a wide variety of sex pheromones that play a large roll in sexual attraction. Some human sex pheromones subconsciously communicate to
women that you are an alpha male. Women are biologically preprogrammed to seek out alpha males because they can provide and protect. Other human sex
pheromones help reduce anxiety levels, elevate mood, and can make you appear friendlier and more approachable. This subconsciously can trigger women
to approach you and initiate conversations. And still other human sex pheromones allow the wearer to project a sense of masculinity, youth, health,
and vitality, and these traits communicate the sexually attractive, biological trait of reproductive fitness.
As you can see, as complex as our social interactions have become in attracting a partner, so too are the pheromones we produce and their subconscious
effects in perception and sexual attraction!
Using Human Sex Pheromones.
When human sex pheromones are used in the right blend and concentration, their effects on women and those around you are quite powerful! Many people
today are combining human sex pheromones into a great, sexually attractive smelling cologne. As if the effects of human sex pheromones are not
powerful enough, science is also revealing that people are just as attracted to pleasing and arousing scents worn by others. So you can get the best
of both worlds, a great smelling cologne plus human sex pheromones all in one.
When a man sprays on cologne that has been enriched with the right blend and concentration of human sex pheromones, those pheromones are then
subconsciously detected by women through two mechanisms. The first is a tiny gland in the nose called the vomeronasal organ. This organ contains a
special receptor produced from a newly discovered pheromone receptor gene called V1RL1. The second detection mechanism is through our normal
olfactory system, also known as our sense of smell.
Human sex pheromones are a fascinating avenue of research today, documented widely throughout many medical journals and covered by many prestigious
media sources. Pheromone researchers are discovering that human sexual attraction is still largely influenced by this newly rediscovered, subconscious
system of sexual and social communication.
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