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Pheromone Studies and Introduction to Human Pheromones
« on: July 25, 2016, 02:43:46 pm »
Pheromone Studies - Introduction to Human Pheromones
Pheromones are chemicals that the body release naturally that allow a form of silent communication between living creatures.  Human pheromones are related to the gender of a person.  Males have a set of pheromones and females have a set of pheromones.  Humans only respond to the pheromones from other humans.  The exact effect of human pheromones is not known, but studies have proven they are effective. :D.

Human Pheromones are Something We All Have
They impact our lives even though we are probably not aware of how they do so.  Pheromones are known to be strong and important, and it cannot hurt to experiment for yourself to see if you notice any difference. If you find anything extra mentioning about Pheromones, do inform us. It is only through the exchange of views and information will we learn more about Pheromones.

Everyone Has Likely Responded to a Pheromone
There are pheromones that signal the flight or fight sense.  When someone is scared it is the pheromones that cause others to run too.  Pheromones can be very strong, especially human pheromones signaling attraction.


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Human Pheromones are What Trigger Attraction Between the Two Sexes
They are thought to have been directly related to the days before spoken communication and language.  The pheromones would signal to males that females were ready to breed, just as they do in animal and insect species.  Today, though, human pheromones have been bottled and sold as the sure proof way to get a date. Get more familiar with Pheromones once you finish reading this article. Only then will you realize the importance of Pheromones in your day to day life.

  • Many companies have latched onto the idea of selling synthetic pheromones in the form of perfumes and colognes.
  • There is not conclusive scientific proof regarding human pheromones, but many customers swear by these products and repeatedly buy them.
  • Naturally, it takes more than simply a smell to attract a date.
  • We wish to stress on the importance and the necessity of Pheromones through this article.
  • This is because we see the need of propagating its necessity and importance!
  • Most of the findings are linked to the sex pheromones as they are the easiest to determine and watch.
  • There have been tests to see the response pheromones cause in the human body.
  • We have gone through extensive research and reading to produce this article on Pheromones.
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Pheromones and Sexual Attraction
Research has shown that humans are highly skilled at "sniffing out" compatible sexual partners. Scientists have shown that natural body scent plays a key role in determining whether we find somebody attractive.

How Pheromones and Sexual Attraction are Related
Pheromones work on a subconscious level and effect social behavior.  The studied suggested that the testosterone androsterone and the androstenol as potential pheromones. A total of 36 heterosexual men and women, and gay men were asked to smell samples of androsterone and androstenol, and ordinary odors such as lavender, while their brains were scanned.

The scientists from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, found that andrsotenol activated a part of the brain called the hypothalamus in homosexual men and heterosexual women, but not in heterosexual men. The title of this composition could be rightly be Pheromones. This is because what is mentioned here is mostly about Pheromones.

  • The research was published by the Philadelphia's Monell Chemical Senses Center in the journal Psychological Science.
  • Brain scans revealed that male sweat containing pheromones stimulated the brains of heterosexual women.
  • We hope you develop a better understanding of Pheromones on completion of this article on Pheromones.
  • Only if the article is understood is it's benefit reached.
Androstenol -- There are Two Types of Androstenol
The alpha and beta isomers, which each giving a slightly different effect. The alpha and beta have nothing to do with the pheromone projecting an alpha aura. Both seem to cause chattiness and friendliness. It can also increase sexual attractiveness as well and it is commonly referred to as an "icebreaker" pheromone. The alpha isomer produces a friendly atmosphere, which makes the user more approachable for women. It seems to be more of a neurotic chatty pheromone than the beta isomer, touching more on empathy and romantic feelings. Androstenol also creates an aura of youth and health, which can help to create an impression of reproductive fitness, which is attractive. The primary reported response to Androstenol or Androstenone containing products has been an increase in chattiness and friendliness from both sexes, but as mentioned above it can increase sexual attractiveness as well. It has been referred to as an "ice-breaker" pheromone. Saying that all that is written here is all there is on Pheromones would be an understatement. Very much more has to be learnt and propagated bout Pheromones.

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