Will a man be more dominant, aggressive, and therefore, more attractive to the female, doesn’t depend only on his intellect, intent or decision, but also on few chemicals that affect his brain. The most important among them is testosterone. This hormone affect us whether we have him in big or small amounts. Thanks to testosterone men have bigger sexual potential. Sexual potential involves attraction, sexual drive, the frequency and duration of the sexual act.
Every man very early, no later than at the start of puberty, sees how much of sexual potential he has and how the surrounding is reacting on that – with sympathy, indifferently or repulsive.
A man with more of this hormone discovers increased the need for sex when he starts to masturbate. Because of the awareness on how often he is turned on, he instinctively knows that he will be able to satisfy a woman.
That awareness will boost his self-confidence in dealing with potential female partners. By man confidence, a woman often concludes how strong his libido is.
Women can also smell how much your libido is strong. Men are secreting hormones through the endocrine system, and they appear on the skin so that females can sense those pheromones. These pheromones are detected by us through the nose in the Vomeronasal Organ. This organ has receptors that are extremely sensitive to pheromones in the air.
It’s important to notice that pheromones don’t have a discernable scent, and still, we feel attraction to persons that have a high level of opposite genders hormone, even if their visage isn’t perfect.
Testosterone is not just affecting our sexual potential and chemical structure of pheromones, but our external appearance. This potent androgenic hormone is one of many factors involved in the development of muscle bulk and strength. It increases neurotransmitters, which encourage tissue growth. It also interacts with nuclear receptors in DNA, which causes protein synthesis. That makes exercise more likely to build muscle.
During puberty, testosterone is responsible for the development of male attributes like a deeper voice, beard, and body hair. It also promotes muscle mass and sex drive. Its production surges during adolescence and peaks in the late teens or early 20s. After age 30, it’s natural for testosterone levels to drop by about one percent each year.
What else do we know?
-Testosterone is increased after sports activities, especially if you get good results at it, for example, if you defeat your opponent. Interestingly, an increase of this hormone is noticed in fans when their team is winning but decreases if their team is losing. *
-Sexual stimulation and sexual activity cause this hormone of aggression levels to rise. Testosterone levels can drop during a long period of sexual inactivity. Low testosterone can also result in erectile dysfunction.
-Married men have a lower standard of testosterone since they aren’t in “hunting” mode anymore. Recently divorced men have a higher level.
-The concentration of testosterone in the blood of a healthy man varies during the day. It’s on the highest level around 8 AM (that’s why you sometimes wake up with an erection). But when you’re about to sleep, that amount is halved.