A Mistake That Will Annoy Your Date

A Mistake That Will Annoy Your Date

During my extensive research into the female psychology, I discovered one simple mistake that can easily ruin your chances of acing a date. And it’s not giving your teeth and gums the attention they deserve.

I know this sounds crazy right now, but not paying close attention to your oral health can give your dating career a dry spell, plus a whole lot of problems in the long run. Make sure you follow along to find out more…

According to a survey conducted by the Birmingham Institute of Sociological Research, one of the biggest dating pet peeves women have is going out with a guy who has bad breath. Based on the data gathered from the survey’s participants, having an unpleasant whiff of oral odor makes social interaction extremely difficult.

And unless you’re planning to spend your date not talking, this can be a very big problem.

This basically happens because of a chemical reaction that is triggered inside a woman’s body the moment her nostrils pick out the bad smell. Instead of releasing feel-good hormones like oxytocin, serotonin, ghrelin, dopamine as well as phenylethamine, her body produces adrenaline instead, which gives her a feeling of “fight or flight.”

Besides making it extremely difficult for your date to build trust, having too much amounts of adrenaline in a woman’s system also makes it hard for her to become physically attracted to a guy – no matter how good-looking he may be – since these hormones can also take her anxiety levels off the charts, which makes it really tough for your date to concentrate on your positive attributes.

Just when you think this is terrible, things can get even scarier…

Neglecting to give your oral health proper attention also leads to diseased teeth and gums, which opens up the blood vessels that are connected to them to bad bacteria. Apart from stiffening up the veins and arteries, these bacteria also disrupt normal blood flow, which can make it very difficult for erectile tissues in the penis to firm up and get you rock hard during sexual arousal.

However, unlike what a lot of men mistakenly think, keeping your oral health in great shape is not that complicated at all. You simply have to brush and floss at least twice a day as well as drop by your dentist’s clinic every six months or so.

So if you’re really looking to ace that date with the woman you’ve always had your eye on, make it a point to make oral health a priority. You won’t be at risk of experiencing the dreaded softie syndrome while at it as well.

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