Study: single men are stronger smell

Study: single men are stronger smell

And it is to their advantage.

Scientists from the Macquarie University in Australia found that single men the body has a more intense smell than those who is in a relationship.

The study involved young people aged 18 to 35 years. They were asked to perform physical exercises. Then the women’s group of 82 people were asked to rate the “aroma” sweaty t-shirt on a 6-point scale. Found a few men received an average of 3 points out of 6, but lonely is 3.5.

The smell of the male body is affected by the level of testosterone — the main sex hormone of men. Single men have it above, the scientists explain in an article published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology.

More intense the smell alone of men to the benefit, according to the 2013 study. It showed that men who have higher levels of testosterone, more attractive to the opposite sex, but not always, and only during ovulation.

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