A Certain Smell That Can Boost Her Sexual Mood

A Certain Smell That Can Boost Her Sexual Mood

If you’re a guy reading this, there’s a chance that your armpits stink from time to time especially after having a vigorous workout at the gym or going for a run.

I don’t mean this as something offensive though. In fact, you will even find this sweaty situation rather beneficial to your sex life when you follow along…

Now while this may sound crazy right now, having stinky armpits may just help boost your chances of easily getting your lover in bed.

While browsing a medical journal the other day, I came across a study that reported there are natural chemicals in armpit sweat that have the ability to pick up the pace when it comes to making a woman sexually aroused.

According to scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, the sweat-producing apocrine glands in and around the armpits also release musky-smelling chemicals called androstadienone and androstenol, which induce a few significant hormonal changes in women when they get continuous whiffs of them.

Based on the data gathered by the researchers, the effects of androstadienone and androstenol in women commonly include a spike in breathing and heart rate as well as increased blood pressure levels.

Interestingly, these natural chemicals also cause a very unique effect that may just help you get your lover ready for sex faster. As it turns out, androstenol and androstadienone also speed up the production and release of the hormone called cortisol.

Although cortisol is known as a hormone that usually gets released during stressful situations, minimal amounts of it can stimulate the brain into making a woman feel more excited for sex. The University of California, Berkeley scientists even describe androstadienone and androstenol as perhaps the only “proven” natural pheromones given off by the male body.

However, there is just one key factor to keep in mind if you’re looking to make androstenol and androstadienone work for you the next time you want to get things hot in the bedroom with your lover…

Simply showing up with your armpits already soaking in sweat isn’t going to cut it. The biggest concentrations of these natural chemicals are in the first ten to fifteen minutes of perspiration, the time when sweat still isn’t completely contaminated with bacteria that makes it extra stinky.

Rather than getting your partner ready for action between the sheets, you will just end up ruining her sexual arousal because she’ll only think you smell bad.

The researchers share that the simplest way you can pull this off is by inviting your lover to share an activity where you can go sweating it out together like jogging or hiking. Hitting the gym with your partner works just as fine as well.


Leave a Reply