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Love Drug may Help to Bridge the Gap Between the Couples

...gist is experimenting with the so-called love drug oxytocin to see if it can shift blockages and improve the s...(NSW) psychologist Adam Guastella is administering oxytocin through a nasal spray during some marriage guidance counseling sessions. "We think oxytocin may of...

Ecstasy Makes People Bond Better, Says an Australian Study

...ays. Rodent studies have shown a massive surge of oxytocin after orgasm in males. Earlier research found increased oxytocin in the blood of people who had taken ecstasy. However, many drugs increase blood oxytocin without ra...

Mornings Are the Best Time to Induce Labor

...women in the evening group (10:00 pm). Hormone oxytocin was one of the hormones used to induce labor. It w...he morning were less likely to need an infusion of oxytocin when compared to those admitted in the evening group. This showed that inducing labor in the morning...

Stress – Buster : Hormonal Nasal Spra

...h in handling stress and conflicts. Although the oxytocin hormone, administered as a nasal spray, could be a boon to warring couples, the researchers were nowhere near discovering a 'wonder' drug that would be a harbinger of marital harmony....

Sex Spell Lasts Two Years Graduating To 'Cuddles' Companionship

... the need of warmth and togetherness. Incidentally oxytocin levels are high in pregnant and lactating mothers, which throw light on the reasons for desire to cuddle and communicate with a loved one. University of Pavia also conducted a Parallel research that found levels of a chemical conduit called Nerve Gr...

Oxytocin Boosts Trust and Reduces Fear.

...tion and Psychosis Program, and found that hormone oxytocin weeks the brain’s fear centre. When a brain imagin...Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) it revealed that oxytocin boosts trust and reduces the functioning of amygdale (fear circuitry) and disrupts its relay station...

Neglect In Childhood Could Cause Abnormal Behaviour In Adults

...e researchers said that in family-reared children, oxytocin levels go up following physical contact with their...glected group, the levels stayed the same. Because oxytocin is necessary for forming secure relationships, this might help explain why many neglected children h...

New Insight To The Role Of Peptide Signals

..., which is peptide neuro-hormone and can stimulate oxytocin hormone release from the dendrites, while it may b...rstand the fine details of dendrite release as the oxytocin hormone is also involved in arousing friendly and motherly feelings. Reference: University of Edinb...

New clues to maternal aggressive behavior

...and impact on the behavior. The release of hormone oxytocin in the brain can lead to auto regulation of oxytocin neuronal activity, promotion of maternal behavior and maternal aggression and morphological plastici...

How a man's mind really works

...etes less of the powerful primary bonding chemical oxytocin and less of the calming chemical serotonin than the female brain. So while women find emotional conversations a good way to chill out at the end of the day, the tired male brain needs to zone out all that touchy-feely chatter in order to relax -- wh...

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