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Healthful tips | Women turned on by man’s natural scent

Published:Wednesday | January 31, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Man sweating

A study at the University of California in Berkeley, United States, found that women become aroused when exposed to a chemical called 4.16-androstadien-3-one (AND). The good news? AND occurs naturally in men's sweat, hair, and skin. It is said to boost hormone levels, increase blood pressure, and raise the rate of breathing in women. The study proved that AND improved women's moods and stimulated the secretion of 'luteinising hormone' - a chemical involved in triggering ovulation. But make sure the scent isn't foul, please, or she will definitely be turned off.