From cracking a joke to owning a dog, or from taking it easy on colognes and perfumes to wearing red and sporting sunglasses, science has shown that there are specific things anyone can do to make themselves more attractive to potential partners.
It makes sense, then, that science has also studied which qualities are potentially making you less attractive. From a biological viewpoint, humans are hardwired to find mates, but you may be self-sabotaging in a way that's preventing you from successfully pairing off. Complicating an already-fraught subject is the fact that much of this self-sabotage is likely unconscious; people are blindly giving off the wrong signals entirely.
You may be doing what science says makes you less appealing, and you're not even conscious of it. The first step, however, is awareness, so becoming cognizant of your most unattractive attributes according to science just might help you land a mate.
Not Getting Enough Sleep
Displaying Unassertive Body Language
Coming Off As 'Fake Nice'
An Inability To Cope With Stress