How Do Pheromones Operates to Human Mind?

angelnjuly By angelnjuly, 16th Dec 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Simply true, humans appear to have an active pheromones and is read by a cell tissue in our brain--the most important organ involved associated with behavior.

How Do Pheromones Operates to Human Mind?

Pheromones are chemical signals first discovered as a sex attractant in insects. Science recorded several study regarding a particular chemical excreted by an insect that triggers a social response from the members of the same species.

But do pheromones operate the same way in mammals.? Accordingly, reproductively relevant social-environmental odor cues may interact with the genetic substrates of mammalian behavior. Simply true, humans also appear to have have an active pheromones and is read by a cell tissue in our brain--the most important organ involved associated with behavior.

How does pheromones function to humans? Pheromones function in the selection of a partner and even in dealing with the people surrounding a person that aggregates pheromones. This has been found strongly with the famous Cleopatra who is said to slept with hundreds of men a night.

Nowadays, there are few perfume and cologne products which are said to have the chemicals needed to attract the opposite sex. But there's this truth that I want to tell you. We have enough chemicals in our body that attracts the man who is suited for the pheromones we possess.

Truly love is a mystery. There are thousands of reasons and explanations of why a man falls in love to woman. But what ever is true. We all know that human beings as we are, are capable of falling not just with the superficial.

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Attractions, Chemical, Functions, Mind, Perfumes And Colognes, Pheromones

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author avatar Jane Langdon
21st Dec 2010 (#)

https://pheromones4you.wordpress.com/2010/12/16/pheromones-scientific-facts/

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