Introduction To Human Pheromones
By Tisha Diaz
Pheromones are chemicals that the body release naturally that allow a form of silent communication between living creatures. Human are related to the gender of a person. Males have a set of and females have a set of pheromones. Humans only respond to the from other humans. The exact effect of human is not known, but studies have proven they are effective.
Human 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 would signal to males that females were ready to breed, just as they do in animal and insect species. Today, though, human have been bottled and sold as the sure proof way to get a date.
Everyone has likely responded to a pheromone. There are that signal the flight or fight sense. When someone is scared it is the that cause others to run too. can be very strong, especially human signaling attraction.
Many companies have latched onto the idea of selling synthetic 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.
Most of the work with has been studying how animals and insects use them. It
is more obvious in these species than in humans. Dogs mark their territory with pheromones. Insects make paths with pheromones. They are very important to an animal or insects daily life, where as humans, we rarely even think about how we are using ours.
Most of the findings are linked to the sex as they are the easiest to determine and watch. There have been tests to see the response cause in the human body.
Human are something we all have. They impact our lives even though we are probably not aware of how they do so. are known to be strong and important, and it cannot hurt to experiment for yourself to see if you notice any difference.