Oxytocin plays a large role in bonds humans develop
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/25/2013 -- Oxytocin.net recently launched a new info-graphic about oxytocin. Known as the love molecule, this fascinating hormone is produced in the posterior pituitary gland. It also entails nine essential amino acids, and affects how humans think. It also affects how humans act and feel, while reducing anxiety and increasing calmness and security.
The new info-graphic features 20 interesting facts about oxytocin and its benefits. Readers can also gain more insight on when the hormone was discovered, along with its benefits and drawbacks. With in depth information and eye grabbing charts, the new infographic offers a wealth of information for all readers and interested parties.
Oxytocin does more than regulate human actions; it can also reduce both hunger and substance abuse cravings. The hormone also helps enhance lovemaking, while accentuating feelings of happiness and desire. The infographic even lists information on recent oxytocin studies. In fact, males that sniffed oxytocin nasal sprays saw drastic improvements to their libidos. The latter, of course, helps increase both the sex drive for maximum lovemaking and passion.
This informative piece is designed to educate and inform readers about oxytocin. Since its discovery in 1906 by Sir Henry Hallett Dale, there have been countless studies conducted across the world. The infographic covers nearly all the fascinating facts about this unique hormone. From securing comfort and security to reducing inflammation, oxytocin simply has numerous uses and continues to amaze scientists across the board.
Oxytocin.net is a San Francisco based science research team. They specialize in lab testing, and have vast knowledge of oxytocin and other fields of research. Their highly dedicated team released the info-graphic to effectively teach the world about this little known molecule. See their newly released infographic here - http://oxytocin.net.
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