By Pax Shumway
The term pheromone comes from two Greek words: pherein ("to transfer") and hormon, which means "to stimulate". are aromatic chemical compounds released by one individual that affect the sexual physiology and behavior of another individual.
Since 1870 scientists have known about and recorded the effects of on mating in insects and other animal species. In 1986 the scientists proved the existence of human and began to document their effects on humans.
Humans cannot consciously detect another person's pheromones, i.e. we can't "smell" them in the traditional sense. But, if are undetectable by the human sense of smell, how can people be influenced by pheromones? The answer is that are detected by an organ inside the nose called the vomeronasal organ (VNO). The VNO passes the signals that send, on to the part of the brain which governs some basic human sensations, like love, hate, anger and, of course, sexual arousal.
Male play a role in maintaining the health of women, especially the health of the female reproductive system. Researchers have found that women who have sex with men at least once a week are more likely to have normal menstrual cycles, fewer infertility
troubles and a milder menopause than women who have sporadic sex.
If you're looking for the woman or man of your dreams, remember that in your body scent are playing a large role in mate attraction. People who use commercial pheromone products claim that the product (pheromone perfume, cologne or oil) they use increases their attractiveness to members of the opposite sex. But it's not just sexual attraction that is increased by wearing pheromones. Users of pheromone perfumes report that people pay more attention to them and are generally more friendly to them.