Friday, December 21, 2012

When Looks, Charm, & Confidence Still Aren't Enough: Why Bad Breath Could Be The Secret Hidden Cause of Virtually All Your Past Dating Failures!

By Tomas Caomhanach

Imagine this: You're a handsome, charming guy. And you're in a bar, chatting up a beautiful girl.

To the casual observer, you seem to have it all: great looks, great hair, great body, and great personality; you seem confident and sure of yourself, saying and doing all the right things. It seems like a slam-dunk; you're definitely going home with her tonight!
But no; she rejects you! You don't even get her phone number. She makes her excuses and slinks away, leaving you standing there,embarrassed and scratching your head, wondering what happened.

So what did happen?

Well, what if I told you that, contrary to how things might appear: she actually found you SO disgusting, on such a fundamental level, that her brain actually thought you were a threat to her life!

Does that sound over the top? Perhaps but, if you have bad breath, as 80-90% of all people do at some point in their lives, it may LITERALLY be true! She may have thought you were very handsome and charming too, but an ancient brain system, originally designed to identify rotten food, literally FORCED her to reject you! The moment it detected your bad breath, the decision not to have anything to do with you was made, probably without her even realizing it.

You see, bad breath contains a number of extremely smelly chemical compounds, including hydrogen sulfide, which smells like rotten eggs. It also contains methyl mercaptan and skatole, which smell likefeces, as well as cadaverine, which smells like corpses, and putrescine, which smells like rotten meat!

All of these smells have something in common: they evoke disgust, an extreme emotion designed to protect us from things that are unclean, inedible, or infectious. When we feel disgust, our brain tenses muscles in our face called the levator labii. This produces the facial characteristics everybody recognizes as disgust (i.e. a scrunched nose and raised upper lip), which prevents foul odors or stray particles (from whatever caused the disgust) from entering the nose and mouth. Additionally, the brain creates an overwhelming urge to recoil or turn away from the source of disgust in an effort to further isolate the body from any possible contamination.

If you have bad breath, that reaction probably sounds familiar! That's why people turn away... step back... or cover their nose and mouth when you're near them. They can't help it; it doesn't matter if they think you're the greatest person they ever met because, once their brain detects any of these smells, it recognizes them as a potential source of infection and literally FORCES their body to automatically recoil in disgust. In other words: Their brain recognizes your bad breath as a DANGEROUS THREAT to their health and well-being!

So, while you're standing there in the club talking to her, or strutting your stuff on the dance-floor, her brain is screaming at her that you are a source of potential harm, and that she must get away from you as quickly as possible. Even if she's not consciously aware of it, the feeling of great unease and discomfort it causes gets transferred onto you, and you can bet it's going to greatly influence her decision. The end result is still the same though...

You're going home alone...again!

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