`Cuddle` spray to make men more loveable
London: It is just what women have been waiting for - a spray that makes men more sensitive.
Scientists say the nasal spray is capable of turning the most macho of hunks into a sensitive and lovable person who says all right things, reports express.co.uk.
The sensitivity spray uses oxytocin, known as the "cuddle hormone". The feelgood chemical is a natural "love drug" released in the brain during sex and stimulates affectionate feelings in humans.
In experiments, 24 healthy men took nasal sprays containing oxytocin and Rene Hurlemann who carried out the research in Germany said: "The oxytocin group showed significantly higher emotional empathy levels."