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Pheromones are naturally occurring molecules released by the bodies of every living being including, insects, plants, animals and humans. Research has shown that not only do they help individuals appear more attractive towards the opposite sex, but also provide a way to reduce stress and anxiety they face on a daily basis.
Improving Mood and Relieving Stress
While pheromones cannot be detected by human beings on a conscious level, studies have shown that they can play a vital role in overcoming anxiety and are a great way to reduce stress. Everyone is faced with different problems making our lives more stressful than ever. Tensions with partners, pressures at work, looking after the children are all contributors of stress, but who knew the answers to all this lay in the pheromones of human beings.
According to a research, when women are exposed to male pheromones, they instantly experience their mood being uplifted and feel stress free. The pheromones found in male perspiration have proven to show dramatic effects on a woman’s mind and body. Women are also likely to feel more relaxed. Evidence from a number of researches show that there is a direct relationship between pheromone exposure and a person’s mood. The same pheromone that was only thought to increase sexual appeal towards the opposite sex has now been found to be a way to reduce stress and decrease signs of depression.
Taking a Different Route
While many people dealing with stress and depression might want to get to the root cause of their problem by seeking the help of a psychiatrist, a possible solution for them lies in the use of pheromones that are sold commercially and are made from synthesized chemicals to replicate the effects of the secretions released by the human body.
The compound will increase people’s interest in the person using it, but besides that it will also make that person stress free. Individuals are likely to gain back the confidence they had lost at the hands of stress and anxiety and are able to get a hold onto their lives once again.
While there is no proof that pheromones can treat depression or anxiety on a long term basis, they can sure help individuals cope up with their lives on daily basis in a stress free manner. Research has also found that unlike drugs, that are addictive in nature, pheromones are safe and healthy to use.