Sunday, October 10, 2004

Things Found While Looking For Other Things

Health News India

Sniffing breastmilk increases a woman's sexual desire: Study:
[Health India]: Washington, Oct 7 : University of Chicago researchers have found that breastfeeding women and their infants produce a substance that increases sexual desire among other women.

According to the study, which was published in the latest issue of the journal 'Hormones and Behavior,' breastmilk has a substance called 'chemosignals,' when combined with babies saliva and perspiration has an impact on a woman's mood and menstrual cycles when absorbed through the nose.

The researchers found that after being exposed to the breastfeeding compounds for two months, women with regular partners experienced a 24 percent increase in sexual desire as reported on a standard psychological survey. Women without partners experienced a 17 percent increase in sexual fantasies after exposure. [...]