Oxytocin can induce anti-stress-like effects such as reduction of blood pressure and cortisol levels. It increases pain thresholds, exerts an anxiolytic-like effect and stimulates various types of positive social interaction. In addition, it promotes growth and healing. Repeated exposure to oxytocin causes long-lasting effects by influencing the activity of other transmitter systems, a pattern which makes oxytocin potentially clinically relevant
- In healthy adults, oxytocin decreased memory of bad experiences and improved memory of social information, as measured by the recognition of human faces. The participants showed improved recognition of positive social cues compared to threatening social cues after receiving oxytocin .
- Oxytocin increases romantic attraction and attachment in males as well and helps promote fidelity within monogamous relationships .
- Oxytocin evokes feelings of contentment and trust and reductions in social anxiety. Under certain circumstances, oxytocin appears to indirectly inhibit the release of stress hormones such as cortisol.
- One of the most well-known findings in human oxytocin research is its beneficial effect on "mind-reading", i.e., inferring others' mental states just from the eye (R)
- Oxytocin reduces neuroinflammation and therefore protects neurons in the developing brain. Oxytocin has been found to prevent severe damage in animal models of stroke, and recent evidence suggests a role for protecting the fetal and infant brain during gestation, birth trauma, and early growth .
- Oxytocin neurons in the hypothalamus may help suppress appetite under normal conditions, and other hypothalamic neurons may trigger eating via inhibition of these oxytocin neurons [18, 19]. This population of oxytocin neurons is absent in Prader-Willi syndrome, a genetic disorder that causes intellectual disability, impaired growth, uncontrollable eating, and obesity .
- Oxytocin may inhibit the development of tolerance to various addictive drugs (opiates, cocaine, alcohol) and reduce withdrawal symptoms. Oxytocin administration has reduced addictive behavior in animal studies, but not in human trials so far .
How to use
Oxytocin (Demoxytocin) Pills
Place one tablet inside the mouth between the cheek and gum alternately on the right and left sides and is kept in the mouth, without chewing and not swallowing until it is completely absorbed. One tablet or even a half of the tablet is enough to experience the effects of oxytocin.
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