Oxytocin is a naturally occurring hormone that is released by methods as simple as a hug, a kiss, and gentle eye contact.
BOISE, ID, January 04, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- New studies support the idea that the hormone oxytocin can strengthen relationships, and Oxytocin Factor now provides a synthetic version of oxytocin to the public.
Oxytocin has been nicknamed the "love hormone" because it is released in the brain while bonding with a loved one, whether hugging a child or being intimate with a spouse. However, excessive stress or social disorders can reduce the amount of oxytocin the body produces, leading to less bonding and intimacy in a relationship. New research supports the idea that boosting the body's oxytocin levels can improve bonding and attraction between couples.
In a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, scientists sprayed test subjects with oxytocin or a placebo, then showed them pictures of their long-term romantic partner along with equally attractive women and neutral images such as a house. When the oxytocin-treated men filled out a survey afterward, they indicated the most interest in their romantic partner. Brain scans also indicated the most activity in areas associated with reward and motivation when they viewed their partner's photo. The men who received the placebo did experience results that were as strong. Researchers concluded from this study that oxytocin supplements can increase feelings of attachment to a romantic partner.
Consumers are now able to benefit from the positive effects of oxytocin in the comfort of their own home. The Oxytocin supplement Oxytocin Factor is now available at OxytocinFactor.com, in a nasal spray or a liquid that users place under the tongue. The site offers Oxytocin Factor for sale by the bottle, with volume discounts on two or more bottles, or by subscription in the Live Love Club to continue receiving a steady supply. More information about the benefits of oxytocin and Oxytocin Factor is available at OxytocinFactor.com.
Oxytocin Factor simulates the effects of the naturally occurring hormone oxytocin.
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