(Telegraph) The women’s voices that make men feel all tingly – and why
By Patrick Sawer 8:45PM GMT 20 Dec 2014
Scientists say that have discovered that a man’s skin really does tingle when he hears a woman speak.
Now scientists have established that a man’s skin really does tingle when he hears a woman speak.
Scientists believe hormonal changes at the fertile time of the monthly cycle may have a physiological effect on the woman’s larynx to which listeners react unconsciously.
American researchers have found that electrical activity in a man’s skin increases, along with his heart rate, within five seconds of hearing the voice of a female at her most fertile.
And that, they say, suggests that the speed of the nervous system’s reaction means he is attracted by the voice before he is consciously aware of what is happening.