Peter Szolcsányi talks very interestingly about the chemical processes associated with love, including the smell perception of people. He shares that with the change in age, diet, or various diseases, our natural body odor changes. But smell remains extremely important for interpersonal relationships.
The phrase “love at first sight“ is familiar from the past, when the Internet did not yet exist and people had to meet to know if they would sit down and if a famous spark would jump between them. I think that the spark is olfactory compatibility, which decides whether people call, ”
Ah! the feeling of “Love at first sight.”
The smell of one person is registered better than others.
He adds, each human being, without perfumes, has a unique smell. It’s as unique as the fingerprints. And each one smells the human body differently.
However, today it’s tough to recognize a person’s natural human scent as almost everyone uses some or the other kind of antiperspirant or a perfume. In this case, the information can be confusing for the opposite person because what he feels about a woman or a man is a combination of his own smell and perfume. Bathing may help in removing the additional perfume or antiperspirants fragrance to reveal the real body smell.
“Love at first sight” doesn’t apply to the internet world. Getting to know on the internet can be risky. Online everything may feel nice, but when you meet, the chemistry may no longer work.
“Smell is extremely important for interpersonal relationships, and I think love at first sight, is love at first smell. If you meet someone over the internet, you can’t sniff them. You can hear his voice, see his face or figure, but how do you know if he will smell it? ”