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Natural Oxytocin, Anxiety and Depression

Did you know that approximately 6 million American adults suffer from anxiety, that’s roughly 18% of all adults in our country, and additionally, according to www.mercola.com, “Each year, 230 million prescriptions for antidepressants are filled, making them one of the most prescribed drugs in the United States?

Despite all of these prescriptions, more than one in 20 Americans are depressed, according to the most recent stats from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of those depressed American’s, 80 percent say they have some level of functional impairment, and 27 percent say their condition makes it extremely difficult to do everyday tasks like work, activities or daily living and getting along with others.”

Why? Stress. We live in a stressed out, non-relational, quick fix world.

The Outcome? We become oxytocin deficient. Oxytocin is the anti-stress hormone. Without this calming hormone to dampen the stress pouring from our overwhelmed amygdalas, we become conditioned for anxiety and depression.

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Oxytocin Eases Stress and Anxiety

March 1, 2011 Oxytocin And Anxiety, Oxytocin Underground Comments Off

Wouldn’t it be great to have an antidote to stress and anxiety? Given oxytocin’s power to reinforce feelings of safety and trust, scientists are increasingly finding it’s one of the most relevant neurochemicals for stress relief, particularly in social settings. … Continue Reading

Oxytocin Solidifies Relationships, Studies Show

By Maureen Salamon

Our brains are hard-wired to become distressed when we’re suddenly pulled from those we depend on physically or psychologically. So it’s not necessarily surprising, then, that oxytocin’s calming effects lend credence to its reputation as a hormone of relational repair.

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Oxytocin Improves Social Experiences among the Shy or Developmentally Impaired

January 30, 2011 Oxytocin And Anxiety Comments Off

By Maureen Salamon

If all we had to do was sniff some oxytocin whenever we needed a confidence boost, our daily lives would undoubtedly improve. But it’s not that simple, although the hormone has been shown in recent studies to improve social skills in certain situations.

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Where’s Oxytocin when Sonny Needs a Chance

January 6, 2011 Oxytocin And Anxiety, Oxytocin and Depression Comments Off

If you’ve got a young prince or princess in your home under the age of thirteen chances are you know who Demi Lovato is. If not, she’s the young starlet from the Disney show Sonny with a Chance, also recently linked to one of the Jonas Brothers in the tabloids. Recently this young lady’s career was derailed by findings that she had been cutting on herself. Known as self-mutilation in the mental health field, it is considered to be an addictive coping mechanism for depression and anxiety. Sadly, it feels like young stars that get sucked up into the Disney machine early in their careers are fast-tracked for a bit of future mental instability. Does Britney Spears ring a bell?

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Michael Jackson Needed Oxytocin

I was a Michael Jackson fan for years and years until the stress finally caught up with him and both his personality and music changed. Overtime I lost interest in both the man and his music, but one can never quite forget a childhood icon. Recently Michael has made a reappearance in the news and it has triggered a vein of thought (maybe that’s a poor choice of wording all things considered) I had shortly following his death and reading some of the accounts leading up to it.

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The Pitocin Paradox

December 15, 2010 Oxytocin And Anxiety, Oxytocin and Depression Comments Off

For more than one hundred years many delivering mothers have been aided by the use of pitocin. Pitocin is a synthetic form of the naturally occurring oxytocin hormone. By synthetic  it is meant developed artificially or to indicate a combination of an artificial substance and a real substance. It is commonly used every day in labor and delivery. Injecting the body with synthetic oxytocin is expected to cause uterine contractions. It may be used to start labor, speed up a slow labor, or to cause the uterus to clamp down and stop bleeding after the baby and placenta are born.

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