Thursday, 28 July 2011

Potent Pheromones can act as powerful aphrodisiacs ... for you!

Seduction through pheromones Have you ever wondered how some people seem to get "lucky" more often than others? Or have you seen a couple just "hit it off" right away after meeting for the first time? Some people call it "great chemistry" but we know that part of what makes up this sensuous attraction to a member of the opposite sex is pheromones.

What are Pheromones?

Pheromones are chemicals that are secreted in our sweat (and other bodily fluids) that release neurotransmitters that are believed to directly modify the behavior of the opposite sex, such as triggering sexual excitement. Scientists have long hypothesized that these pheromones are natural sexual attractants that wield a powerful influence on their mating habits. In fact, many studies have shown that people who produce higher than average amounts of pheromones have greater success with members of the opposite sex.

Does that mean that when humans smell pheromones, we act like love-crazed tom-cats ready to pounce on any member of the opposite sex that happens to be nearby? Not exactly. The effects of pheromones on humans are more subtle, but nonetheless, powerful.  How powerful? Read below…

Pheromones act as natural sexual attractants

An article on WebMD cited a study which documented the sexual activity of men while using pheromones. The results of the study showed that users of pheromones had:

Pheromones can help sexually attract your date to you
  • increased frequency of dates
  • increased frequency of affectionate gestures
  • increased frequency of sleeping next to a romantic partner
  • increased frequency of foreplay
  • increased frequency of sexual intercourse



ABC’s 20/20 News recently tested the effectiveness of pheromones by sending a set of twins to a speed dating event and only giving pheromones to one twin in each set.  The results?  The twin wearing the pheromones received nearly twice as much interest and dates than the twin not wearing pheromones!

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