Several people have emailed me asking about whether increasing your natural pheromones is really worth the effort.Yes, it is in my opinion... sure, it can be a lot of work in the beginning when you're just getting started... there's a lot of preparation and lifestyle changes that need to be accounted for when you start really taking care of how you treat your body, how you eat, and how you approach life in general.
Boosting your natural pheromone production and testosterone is a very worthwhile endeavor, for several different reasons:
- Because it makes your happier overall, and increases your sense of wellbeing.
- Improves your confidence and assertiveness
- Makes you more attractive
- Striving for success and achieving goals (even small ones), has a positive impact on your mood and energy levels.
- It improves your social and romantic life. Keeping your mind and body busy makes you feel more "in the moment" (which reduces anxiety, negative feelings, and helps you stay positive - which also just happens to be very attractive to both men and women).
- The list goes on
Whether that glow is because your body language is much more attractive, your natural pheromones are higher quality, or whether you just have way more confidence, it is all a part of the big picture.
Here are a few snippets with links so you can research further:(or view the complete human pheromones summary with sources).
- “Men were rated more attractive when assessed by women who had been exposed to androstadienone. An effect that was seen in two out of three studies. The results suggest that androstadienone can influence women’s attraction to men, and also that research into the modulatory effects of androstadienone should be made within ecologically valid contexts.” [LINK]
- "Previous research has revealed that natural and synthetic pheromones can enhance ratings of opposite sex attractiveness." [LINK]
- "The most intensively studied is 4,16-androstadien-3-one, a chemical which is known to modulate mood and have activational effects in the sympathetic nervous system" [LINK]