Humans have a kind of "invisible fingerprint"…

Everyone knows, fingerprints are unique to each individual. It can be printed for storage in data warehouses and is very identifiable in the criminal sciences.

In addition, there is another type of identification with equivalent value, which criminal experts call “invisible fingerprints”. It is the smell of the human body . Each person, in fact, has a unique unique scent.

We usually don’t wonder when babies sleep peacefully in their mother’s arms instead of fidgeting in displeasure at the attention of others. Because between mother and baby automatically establish a close relationship through body odor as soon as the baby cries out.

There is a similar odor relationship in some pets and owners as in humans. During the night, a dog can smell its owner and wag its tail happily instead of barking or silently rushing to attack strangers.

Humans have a kind of "invisible fingerprint"...
Odors are invisible fingerprints.

All of this is possible thanks to the acquisition of the olfactory organs of babies or pets that have been through the recognition of human body odors.

Scientific studies have proven that the smell of the human body has the same characteristics as fingerprints. Thanks to that, the criminal science industry can identify the perpetrator through the smell of the body thanks to the special sense of smell of well-trained professional dogs.

Biochemical tests show that, between the two sexes in the sweat composition, there are more or less substances that are specific to their gender. Among people of the same sex, those components also change at different rates, so creating individual nuances of smell in each individual is no different from the properties of a set of chromosomes.

The scent mix of the body can change over time and the “intervention” of cosmetics. However, scientists have shown that there are about 400 compounds that are regularly present in sweat at any time and in any weather . In particular, they are not affected by any food or drink used by that person. This has created the unique smell of each of us.

In-depth studies show that each individual’s body odor is determined by a number of genes , these genes all play certain and important roles in the human body’s immune system.

Scientists specializing in … smell at the Monell Research Center (Philadelphia, USA) when doing research on mice, have concluded: “Scent, like fingerprints, can be a reliable way to recognize an individual. If the same results apply to humans, it is very likely that devices that recognize individual “scents” could be built.

In addition, scientists also confirmed that body odor is linked to a number of diseases. This can be a suggestion for the research and invention of sensor devices to detect and diagnose diseases in the future.

The characteristic odor of each person’s body is influenced by many factors, of which 5 factors play a typical role.

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Underarm odor is a common odor problem around the world. This unwanted smell is always a heavy burden on many people. Although the color and surface of each person’s skin is different, one thing in common is that they are always made “soft” and wet by the sweat glands.

In addition, sweat also plays a role in regulating body temperature. When it is too hot or the body has a fever, the pores expand, through which sweat flies up to bring heat, making us feel cooler.

The sweat glands are accessory components in the structure of the skin. The underactive sweat glands cause dry skin. On the contrary, if for some reason this activity is too active, it will cause sweaty feet, hands, underarms and underarm sweating.

The component of sweat secreted by the sweat glands normally is mainly water (H 2 O) and salt (NaCl), in the composition of sweat secreted by the sweat glands there is also ammonia (NH 3 ) and ammonia. fatty acids and proteins. In fact, when newly excreted, sweat in the armpit area does not have a “terrible” smell.

But then, it is the bacterial and fungal strains that live on the skin that are responsible for this severity. Sweat is a convenient environment for them to penetrate and grow. Fatty acids and proteins in sweat are broken down and smelly.

Sweat is acidic and has a pH of 5 – 6. Normally, the body produces 500 – 700 ml of sweat per day. Sweat gland activity depends on the sympathetic nervous system. This system is strongly influenced by factors such as temperature, psychology and taste…

Underarm odor has never been a pleasant thing for those around. Underarm sweating is a common manifestation in puberty, because at this time, the large sweat glands in the armpits are starting to develop strongly, under the influence of the growing hormones in the body. Both men and women can suffer from underarm odor. But according to scientific studies, the rate of women suffering from underarm odor is higher than that of men!

Underarm sweat everyone has. But the “smell” phenomenon that occurs is a malfunction in the process of producing the smell of sweat of the owner. Too much odorants such as ammonia (also known as devil’s urine) and fatty acids and proteins appear in the sweat component produced by the sweat glands of the armpits under the influence of bacteria and mold.

Some medicines for treating Chlorophyll tablets 50 mg, take 1-2 tablets x 3 times/day. Use a 30-day batch, take a week off to “listen to the situation”, attack again if necessary. Topical drugs such as Deodoral, Dr. Paul spray form or wax is used quite commonly. Apply or spray 1-2 times a day, the environmental situation will be improved immediately.

Traditional folk methods are easy to implement and less expensive as follows:

After a clean bath, rub the alum that has been fried and powdered into the armpits 3-4 times a week. Or use a big lump of alum bought at the market to rub in the armpit to deodorize.

Treatment of underarm odor with wild ginger (also known as wild ginger) : 20 grams of dried or dried stems and roots. Mix with 4 grams of camphor (bought at the Ayurvedic pharmacy). Rub the armpits 2 times a day.

Underarm odor can be effectively treated with modern laser surgery. It takes about 30 – 60 minutes to do. After local anesthesia, a laser is selectively directed at the distribution of the axillary oil sweat glands. Under the impact of the laser, the oil sweat glands are made “injured” irreversibly. As a result, the oil sweat production line is destroyed.

Those who … “weak heart” should not have anything to worry about when going to laser surgery to treat underarm odor, because the laser only affects the oily sweat glands in the armpit without harming health and of course. It also leaves no scars. This treatment only needs to be done once for lasting results.

What the owners of underarm odor need to remember is to regularly bathe with scented soaps to remove sweat on the skin. If “inattentive”, the body also stinks, let alone underarm odor. When it’s hot, wear loose-fitting clothes and choose fabrics that help absorb sweat.