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What can I Expect from Using Oxytocin?

Research findings about oxytocin:

Oxytocin improves social behaviors in autism. (Sirigu, 2010)
Oxytocin reduces food cravings. (Kovacs, 1998)
Oxytocin reduces sugar cravings. (Billings, 2006)
Oxytocin calms. (Agren, 2002)
Oxytocin increases sexual receptivity and counteracts impotence. (Pedersen, C.A., 2002)
Oxytocin counteracts stress. (Legros, 2003)
Oxytocin makes anti-depressants effective. (Uvnas-Moberg, 1999)

Research findings about oxytocin:

  • Oxytocin improves social behaviors in autism. (Sirigu, 2010)
  • Oxytocin reduces food cravings. (Kovacs, 1998)
  • Oxytocin reduces sugar cravings. (Billings, 2006)
  • Oxytocin calms. (Agren, 2002)
  • Oxytocin increases sexual receptivity and counteracts impotence. (Pedersen, C.A., 2002)
  • Oxytocin counteracts stress. (Legros, 2003)
  • Oxytocin makes anti-depressants effective. (Uvnas-Moberg, 1999)

Additional Natural Ways to Increase Oxytocin:

In Chemistry of Connection (2009) author Susan Kuchinskas provides a list of natural ways to increase oxytocin. We suggest you implement these practices often for increased effectiveness.

  • Offer a sweet kiss
  • Share a warm hug
  • Cuddle
  • Make love
  • Have an orgasm (alone or with someone else)
  • Sing in a choir
  • Give someone a neck rub
  • Hold a baby
  • Stroke a dog or cat
  • Perform a generous act
  • Pray or meditate
  • Root for your team

You can contact Bryan Post via his weekly oxytocin bulletin The Oxytocin Underground. Sign up at www.oxytocincentral.com and receive a free ($97 value) audio interview of him interviewing Chemistry of Connection author Susan Kuchinskas.