Autism: Oxytocin Improves Social Behavior Of Patients, Study Finds

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ScienceDaily (Feb. 17, 2010) — Autism is a disease characterized by difficulties in communicating effectively with other people and developing social relationships. A team led by Angela Sirigu at the Centre de Neuroscience Cognitive (CNRS) has shown that the inhalation of oxytocin, a hormone known to promote mother-infant bonds and social relationships, significantly improved the abilities of autistic patients to interact with other individuals.

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The Big ‘O’ Isn’t Orgasm

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By Marnia Robinson

Researchers are always seeking answers to fundamental questions about illness: “What is the cause of cancer?” “How does stress damage your cells and organs?” “What causes plaque to build up inside your arteries?”

The flip side of such questions is “What is the mechanism by which love and affection positively affect health?” The answer to this question is oxytocin. … Continue Reading

Ode To Oxytocin

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By Stacey Curnow

I learned about oxytocin early in my midwifery training. It’s probably the single most important hormone for birth and breastfeeding – it acts as a chemical messenger to cause labor contractions and the milk-ejection reflex. In fact, you might say that it’s the most powerful hormone any of us encounter. And recent studies have investigated oxytocin’s role in various emotions that promote well-being, including love, trust, and social connection.

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Oxytocin Tools For Couples And Singles

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Oxytocin Tools for COUPLES

  • Smiling, with eye contact
  • Skin-to-skin contact
  • Providing a service or treat without being asked
  • Giving unsolicited approval, via smiles or compliments
  • Gazing into each other’s eyes for several moments
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