By Dean S Jackson —
If you or your partner feel like breaking up a downhill relationship, it might be worth it to hold on a little longer. Why? Science has dug deep into the science of pheromones, and provides evidence to the reason why people lose attraction for each other over time.
A simple way to test this theory without having to get science degree, would be to honestly answer a question. Have you ever found someone who just seemed “magnetic” to you? That may have been the influence of pheromones at work.
But first, what are pheromones? Pheromones are produced by mammals (including humans) to subtly communicate characteristics of the producer. They can convey information such as fitness levels, gender, sociability, fear, and even arousal levels.
Humans don’t rely on them as much as other mammals do. In the animal kingdom, they could be used to ward off predators or even smell food pheromones for survival.
The way humans use them, are far more subtle – but at the same time, extremely powerful. The way we perceive people is largely influenced by their pheromones. If by now, you’re wondering “what does this have to do with my relationship?”, there is a way you can use them to your advantage.
While pheromone use is widely unknown by the general public, the use of pheromone colognes and perfumes are growing tremendously in online communities. Some communities offer “blind testing” – where a user will report on an unnamed pheromone molecule or combination product and test for social effects.
Once these effects have been reported, they are disclosed to the tester. The results of these types of experiments are astonishing. The results usually match up to what the test product was supposed to do, which rules out the possibility of “placebo” effects and expectations.
Combined with the breakthroughs science is making on the subject, this growing trend in pheromone use has spilled over into maintaining, improving, and repairing relationships between friends and romantic partners.
While originally designed to enhance the attractiveness of the wearer, pheromone products have evolved to be able to enhance communication, raise the perceived social status of the wearer, and even make them appear to be more dominant or masculine than they actually are. While pheromones aren’t magic, they can create an impression which will impress people – including your friends, partner, and other people you have important relationships with.
So before you jump out of a relationship, give pheromones a try and see if they work for you – it’s backed by science, and you have absolutely nothing to lose.
Dean Jackson is a serial entrepreneur, a writer, and a pheromone enthusiast. If you’d like to get in touch, or learn more about what pheromones are, pheromones and attraction, or just ask a question, visit his website at http://www.pheromonepro.com
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