Our Oxytocin for sale is a 9-amino acid peptide that is constructed primarily in the hypothalamic neurons, specifically the magnocellular oxytocin neurons in the supraoptic and paraventricular nuclei and is secreted by the posterior pituitary gland.
It is also secreted from other tissues, such as the testes and ovaries. New research studies have suggested Oxytocin may boost cognitive performance, decrease cardiovascular risk, and disturb the effects of diabetes. Each Oxytocin spray contains 10mg.
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What is Oxytocin?
Oxytocin, a peptide hormone, is made up of 9 amino acids. It is produced in the hypothalamus, the region of the brain that controls heart rate, blood pressure, and digestion. Oxytocin is released into the bloodstream by the posterior pituitary gland.
Oxytocin was discovered by Sir Henry Dale in 1996. He found that extracts from the human posterior pituitary gland contracted the uterus of a pregnant cat. It was also Sir Henry Dale who coined the name Oxytocin, which means “swift birth” in Greek. [R]
This peptide hormone controls many functions. Oxytocin has an effect on childbirth, milk ejection during breastfeeding, and bonding with newborns in humans. It also plays an essential role in sexual arousal, romantic attachment, and other social interactions. [R]
Oxytocin is also known as “the love hormone”. A 2012 study observed that Oxytocin levels were significantly higher in new lovers than in singles. Findings from the study suggest that Oxytocin may play an important role in the first stages of romantic attachment. [R]
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How does Oxytocin Work?
Research suggests that Oxytocin interacts with neural pathways responsible for processing motivationally relevant stimuli. In particular, it impacts dopaminergic activity in the mesocorticolimbic dopamine system, which is crucial for reward, motivated behavior, and expression of affiliate behaviors. [R]
In women, the Oxytocin hormone stimulates the muscles of the uterus and breast to contract. This stimulates the contraction of uterine muscles during labor and childbirth, and the contractions of the breast tissue after childbirth, a process that aids in lactation. [R]
In the male mammal, this systemic hormone could peripherally stimulate smooth muscles of the male reproductive tract, but could also reflect central effects in the brain modulating sexual behavior. Also, in males, oxytocin reportedly helps move sperm. [R] [R]
Oxytocin is one of the few hormones that create a positive feedback loop. This means the higher the concentration of Oxytocin in the body, the higher its rate of release. For instance, when uterus contracts during childbirth, more oxytocin is released. [R]
Oxytocin peptide has attracted multiple human trials over the decades. Multiple animal studies have also been conducted on this peptide hormone. While all of them have shown that Oxytocin holds immense potential, the FDA hasn’t approved it for human consumption.
1) Oxytocin and Sexual Arousal
A systematic review was conducted to find levels of Oxytocin related to human sexual arousal and orgasm. The researchers noted that given the sexual arousal evoked by self-stimulation in which sexual fantasies play an essential role, it is possible to postulate a rule of Oxytocin in sexual desire. [R]
A 1994 study found increases in plasma oxytocin at orgasm – in both men and women. The positive correlation is consistent with a possible functional role for OT in sexual response. Findings from another study support the hypothesis that oxytocin plays a major role in human sexual arousal. [R][R]
Furthermore, a rat study has substantiated the connection between Oxytocin and penile erection. It was found that intracerebroventricular (i.c.v.) injections of oxytocin, in doses ranging from 5 to 90ng, induced penile erection and yawning in male rats. [R]
2) Oxytocin and Trust
Research in non-human mammals suggests that Oxytocin has a key role in social attachment and affiliation. It was found that intranasal oxytocin administration causes a substantial increase in trusting behavior. Subjects given OT seem were better able to overcome trust obstacles. [R]
Another study suggests that intranasal administration of Oxytocin increases trust in humans, thereby greatly increasing the benefits from social interactions. These results concur with animal research suggesting an essential role for oxytocin as a biological basis for pro-social approach behavior. [R]
To establish a link between Oxytocin and trust in humans, researchers administered OT to participants of trust and risk games. Participants with lower AQ scores (less severe autistic traits) exhibited a greater tendency toward trusting behaviors after OT administration than those with higher AQ scores. [R]
3) Oxytocin and Romantic Bonding
Only four studies measured or manipulated Oxytocin and subsequently measured behavior or subjective responses related to interpersonal bonding processes in human adult romantic relationships. All provide promising evidence in support of the thesis that Oxytocin facilitates the bonding process. [R]
For instance, one of the four studies positively links plasma oxytocin with self-reported hugging of the partner. The study also found that more frequent partner hugs and higher oxytocin levels are linked to lower blood pressure and heart rate in premenopausal women. [R]
Findings from another study suggest that Oxytocin may play an important role in the first stages of romantic attachment. The researchers conducting the study observed that Oxytocin levels were significantly higher in new lovers compared to singles. [R]
4) Oxytocin and Diabetes
A recent review highlighted the role of Oxytocin in diabetes and its complication, such as diabetic osteopathy. It noted that OT may have positive metabolic effects based on the change in glucose metabolism, lipid profile, and insulin sensitivity.
Oxytocin may modify glucose uptake and insulin sensitivity both through direct and indirect means. So, the activation of Oxytocin receptor pathway by infusion of OT, OT analogs, or OT agonists may represent a promising approach for the treatment of diabetes.
Furthermore, results from a randomized pilot clinical trial show that Oxytocin and its analogs have multi levels effects in boosting insulin sensitivity, weight control and insulin secretion. OT and its analogs bear potentials for being developed as therapeutic peptides for diabetes management. [R]
5) Oxytocin and Wound Healing
According to a study conducted in 37 couples, higher oxytocin levels were associated with more positive communication behaviors. Furthermore, individuals in the upper oxytocin quartile healed wounds faster than participants in lower oxytocin quartiles. [R]
A cell-based study also determined Oxytocin to possess wound-healing capability. It found that Bacteria-triggered oxytocin serves to activate host CD4+Foxp3+CD25+ immune T regulatory cells conveying transplantable wound healing capacity to naive Rag2-deficient animals. [R]
More research is needed to validate wound healing Oxytocin effects.
6) Oxytocin and Muscle Maintenance
A study has found that Oxytocin is required for proper muscle tissue regeneration and homeostasis. It was further shown that the genetic lack of OT leads to premature sacropenia and that levels of OT receptors in muscle stem cells dramatically decline with age.
It was shown that short-term systemic OT deliver restores muscle regeneration in old mice. This work reveals a potentially novel and safe way to combat or prevent skeletal muscle aging. [R]
7) Oxytocin and Weight Loss
To study its impact on body weight, lipid metabolism, and insulin sensitivity, Oxytocin was induced to high fat diet-induced obese mice. A dose dependent decrease in body weight gain was observed. Oxytocin also decreased tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-a) in M1-derived macrophages. [R]
Another study provided a proof-of-concept data demonstrating an Oxytocin analog with extended in-vivo stability to reduce food intake and body weight in DIO animals. [R]
8) Oxytocin & Cognitive and Behavioral Functioning
A systematic review of twenty two studies found that Oxytocin consistently attenuated brain activity, particularly fear, in response to negative emotional faces, compared with placebo. While in women, Oxytocin enhanced activity. [R]
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Is Oxytocin a research chemical?
Yes. This designation restricts the use of Oxytocin to educational and scientific research.
What are the dangers of oxytocin deficiency?
Low endogenous oxytocin may lead to low empathy, per a 2016 study. Researchers concluded this by examining patients with neurological conditions that result in a low level of oxytocin. [R]
Does Oxytocin weaken your heart?
According to a study, continuous OT delivery improves cardiac healing and cardiac work, stimulates angiogenesis, and reduces inflammation in rats with experimentally induced MI. Aside from that, the beneficial effect of OT may include the increase in glucose uptake by cardiac stem cells. [R]
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Oxytocin, a peptide hormone, plays various functions in the body. While it is known for its function in the regulation of lactation and childbirth, oxytocin also plays a key role in modulating various social behaviors.
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