A recent study demonstrates a relationship between craving for kisses and ovulation in women
Several studies have tried to better understand the behavioral changes in women during the ovulation period: from the different perception of men to different musical preferences.
However, a new study has focused on the attitude towards kissing, which would change during the menstrual cycle.
According to this study, in fact, in the days of ovulation women would give greater importance to kisses. This would happen in inverse proportion to the level of progesterone, a hormone synthesized by the ovaries and adrenal gland.
Furthermore, in this period, there would also be a greater sensitivity to human breath, probably due to a greater sensitivity of the pheromones themselves. The reason for this is still unknown: it could be a mechanism to more accurately select potential partners.