Subjective response to human pheromones

Let’s talk about our subjective response to human pheromones. Pheromonal evaluation is not subjectively reported but it’s response can be measured by blood pressure and changes, with no overt pheromone awareness demonstrated in the subject. The stimulated subject responds physiologically but has no cognitive awareness of the human pheromone scent according to http://pheromones-experts.com and http://pheromones-planet.com. People are equipped with pheromone odor scents in similar fashion to other mammals. There are ethnic, sexual, and age-related differences in odor-producing body areas.
Pheromones and Puberty in Men
Adolescence is the key time for odor development, as apocrine or sebaceous glands, in large measure, do not fully develop functionally until that age. With the onset of puberty, teenagers typically suffer acne and require anti-perspirants, deodorants, and cleansing creams. During adolescence the production of sex hormones takes off, and in girls, menarche occurs between the ages of 10 to 15 with an even earlier onset in some, perhaps influenced by phytoestrogens (plant estrogens or via hormones that are given to farm animals and end up in our food supply and environment).
With adolescence, estrogen and progesterone female sex hormones are flooding a girl’s body, her uterus swells to accommodate an egg and then sheds its rich lining each month if it does not receive one. Her breasts fill out, while her hips widen and preoccupation with appearance and boys may predominate. Similarly, boys will probably experience a sudden overwhelming preoccupation with all things related to sex, shaving, masturbation, and physical prowess. And, as testosterone production surges in boys aged 13 to 18 so, too, alas, does the production of sebaceous oil secretions that often result in the bane of teens everywhere: blemishes und pimples. Although disfiguring for some, this “juiciness” is the hormonally-related moisture that is the trigger to pheromone production. In regards to the above, acne is a complication of the sebaceous glands getting plugged and/or infected. These glands are under hormonal control and are found on the eyelids, face, armpits, chest, and pubic regions. Learn more about pheromones: http://thongchaimedical.org/?p=30
Involving sexual organs or contiguous with them (Mykytowycz, 1985; Doty, 1985). Boosting a multimillion-dollar industry that rivals that of the perfume industry: We have the furious purchase of products designed to clear teen-aged skin that is surely a harbinger of their blooming sexuality. And, In the production of sexual hormones roller coasters, so, too, does the Emotions of first loves and broken hearts. Again, as any parent will attest, the dramas behind their sons’ and daughters‘ early relationships are no his real than what occurs in adults.
Studies In The Effects of Pheromones
Although micro anatomical and neurophysiological studies have advanced our knowledge and understanding of the components of the olfactory system and of how waves and impulses are directed through it, there is no universally accepted understanding of how and why one human pheromone differs from another. The part of the olfactory system and vomeronasal organ which includes the receptor cells and their neurons lies on the nasal cavity side of the thin bony structure lying in front of the olfactory bulb called the cribriform plate and is responsible for the detection of pheromones.


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