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Oxytocin - The Love Hormone (Fun Discussion)

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Oxytocin: The reason we fall in love

What is oxytocin and why is it considered the “love hormone”? Watch this video to find out and check our community page on 2/14 for details on our upcoming Valentine’s Day sale!

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2-Minute Neuroscience: Oxytocin

Oxytocin is a peptide hormone and neuropeptide that is thought to have a variety of effects ranging from increasing uterine contractions during labor to influencing social interactions. In this video, I discuss where in the brain oxytocin is synthesized and the hypothesized effects of oxytocin.

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Welcome to 2 minute neuroscience, where I explain neuroscience topics in 2 minutes or less. In this installment I will discuss oxytocin.

Oxytocin is a peptide hormone and a neuropeptide, which is a name for a peptide that can also act as a neurotransmitter.

Oxytocin is primarily produced in the hypothalamus and transported through axons to the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland. From there it can be secreted into the bloodstream of the body.

Although there are a number of effects linked to this peripherally-acting oxytocin, the best understood effects have to do with childbirth and breastfeeding. Oxytocin is involved with increasing uterine contractions during labor and with the milk let-down reflex, which causes milk to be released during breastfeeding.

There is also evidence, however, that some oxytocin-containing neurons project to other areas of the central nervous system including the hippocampus, cerebral cortex, brainstem, amygdala, and spinal cord. The effects of this centrally-released oxytocin are not as clearly understood. Some research suggests it is involved with trust, empathy, and social bonding. These findings have caused some to call oxytocin the trust hormone, the love hormone, or even the cuddle hormone. Others have argued, however, that oxytocin’s effects on the brain are not so clear-cut. Some researchers have found oxytocin to be associated with negative emotions and aggression, and some of the research supporting oxytocin’s function as a love or trust hormone has been criticized for methodological problems. Other researchers have hypothesized that oxytocin might be involved in promoting responsiveness to social cues in general, whether they be positive or negative. Thus, at this point there is no consensus on the effects of oxytocin’s actions on behavior. It is likely, however, that its effects on behavior are far more complex than a simple designation like the “love hormone” would suggest.

REFERENCES:

Veenema AH, Neumann ID. Central vasopressin and oxytocin release: regulation of complex social behaviours. Prog Brain Res. 2008;170:261-76. doi: 10.1016/S0079-6123(08)00422-6.

Also, please see this article on my website that includes links to many other references about this topic, some of which were the basis for statements made in this video:

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Oxytocin, the Love Hormone

This HD video discusses hormone oxytocin.
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Love and hormones | Helen Fisher

What does it mean to have chemistry? Helen Fisher dives into the subject of love, hormones and how the two correlate. She breaks brain systems down into four categories: those who express dopamine are more impulsive and creative thinkers; serotonin is for the stable, traditional thinkers; testosterone drives more direct and emotionally inhibited thinkers; and estrogen/oxytocin are aligned with nurturing negotiators. Which are you?
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The Love Hormone: Oxytocin - Let's Talk About Hormones | Corporis

This series is adapted from the book Aroused by Randi Hutter Epstein. Check out the book here and support her work:

Things in endocrine research started getting really interesting when researchers started looking at how behavior and hormones interacted. But what did behaviors like maternal pair bonding, partner loyalty, and sexual attraction have in common? A chemical called oxytocin - but that doesn't mean it's a magic love potion.

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Dale’s original ergot research paper (1906)

Induction of maternal behavior in virgin rats after intracerebral administration of oxytocin (1979)

Plasma oxytocin increases in human sexual response (1987)

Oxytocin modulates neural circuitry for social cognition and fear (2005)

The dark side of oxytocin, much more than just a “love hormone” (2010)

Effects of intranasal oxytocin on social anxiety in males with fragile X syndrome [an autism-like intellectual disability] (2011)

Oxytocin pathways and the evolution of human behavior (2014)

Developmental perspectives on oxytocin and vasopressin (2015)

Historical profile - Henry Hallett Dale (2016)


The orgasmic history of oxytocin: love, lust, and labor (2011)


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The Chemistry of Love

This week Reactions is looking at the chemistry of love. What is the science going on when we fall in love?

Love has inspired timeless songs and sonnets — not to mention a few less-than-timeless romantic comedies. Now the chemistry of love is the subject of our latest Reactions episode! The video explains how feel-good neurotransmitters like dopamine and oxytocin fuel lifelong pair bonds in prairie voles, which — along with humans — are the mammalian kingdom's leading monogamists.

If you block oxytocin receptors, you can totally cut off that pair-bonding response, explains Abigail Marsh, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at Georgetown University. People who excite romantic feelings in us also probably trigger increases in oxytocin, which results in an increase in dopamine, and then we find that person someone we want to stick with. In the video, Marsh also explains that addictive drugs affect the brain in ways similar to love — which helps explain the painful, withdrawal-like symptoms of heartbreak.

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What is Oxytocin (love) hormone in hindi

Here I am sharing some information about Oxytocin in very simple and easy words.

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Oxytocin

It turns out oxytocin is responsible for a lot more than just love. New science has found that this amazing molecule also influences how sociable each of us is, allowing us to 'tune in' to the social information around us, perceiving it in much higher resolution.

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