Oxytocin

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Dream Treader Press #ad - Stoller discovered the effectiveness of hormone oxytocin in treating Pathological grief. Now, you can benefit from his personal experience, extensive research, and the sharing of this vital and life-changing information. When his son was killed in a train accident in 2007, Dr.

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Incurable Me: Why the Best Medical Research Does Not Make It into Clinical Practice

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Skyhorse Publishing #ad - Stoller takes his provocative argument a step further, maintaining that if specific research conflicts with a powerful entity’s financial interests, the likely result will be an effort to suppress or distort the results. A bold and persuasive polemic on the corporatization of healthcare by a pediatrician and pioneering advocate for integrative medicine.

As he establishes a link between commerce and medical research, K. P. Stoller cites numerous examples, including corporate influence on GMO labeling and public health. Stoller maintains that the best evidence in medical research is not incorporated into clinical practice unless the medical cartel has the potential to make large amounts of money promoting it.

Incurable Me: Why the Best Medical Research Does Not Make It into Clinical Practice #ad - Stoller also explores how “revolving-door-employment” between the Centers for Disease Control and large pharmaceutical companies can affect research results—and ultimately our health. Written in straightforward, accessible language, Incurable Me is a must-read for anyone interested in the state of modern medicine.

Dr. Stoller also explains how to treat some of the most worrisome diseases and conditions afflicting humans today—including Lyme disease, dementia, brain trauma, and autism. In incurable me, a maverick physician brings transparency to some of medicine’s most closely guarded secrets.

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The Chemistry of Connection: How the Oxytocin Response Can Help You Find Trust, Intimacy, and Love

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New Harbinger Publications #ad - This natural "love drug, is responsible for human bonding in both platonic and intimate relationships, " produced by the hypothalamus, and is the key to many of the psychological differences between men and women. When you make love, cuddle with a partner, or have coffee with close friends, a powerful brain chemical called oxytocin floods your body with feelings of contentment and trust.

In the chemistry of connection, friends, you'll learn easy ways to increase your natural supply of oxytocin to establish deeper connections with family, and romantic partners. You'll discover: •the power of the cuddle hormone in relationships •How sex and love are deeply entwined for both women and men •The chemical differences between lust, romance, and love •How to raise children who trust and love in a healthy way.

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The Hormone of Closeness: the role of oxytocin in relationships

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Pinter & Martin #ad - She investigates the effects of oxytocin in pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding, and looks at the role of oxytocin in the mother-child relationship and its long-term benefits. Oxytocin also has an important role to play in adult relationships. The sense of trust triggered by oxytocin enables us to trust in strangers and accounts for the Doula phenomenon.

. Based on current research, kerstin uvnäs moberg, describes the importance of oxytocin in the connection between parents and children, the author of the ground-breaking The Oxytocin Factor, in love and companionship and in increasing trust in our society. The author argues that oxytocin plays a crucial part in our ability to socialise, feel secure and calm, work well and be healthy.

The Hormone of Closeness: the role of oxytocin in relationships #ad - The closeness hormone, give us comfort and peace, oxytocin, but it also creates and reinforces relationships throughout life. The relationship between food and closeness is explored, and we learn how the hormone of closeness can offer the key to good health and a longer life. The hormone of Closeness offers an exciting physiological perspective on intimacy and relationships.

It creates a bond between lovers and stimulates social interaction allowing us to form friendships and work in groups.

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Habits of a Happy Brain: Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, & Endorphin Levels

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Adams Media #ad - Each page offers simple activities that help you understand the roles of your "happy chemicals"--serotonin, oxytocin, dopamine, and endorphin. A revolutionary approach to enhancing your happiness level!Get ready to boost your happiness in just 45 days! Habits of a Happy Brain shows you how to retrain your brain to turn on the chemicals that make you happy.

You'll also learn how to build new habits by rerouting the electricity in your brain to flow down a new pathway, making it even easier to trigger these happy chemicals and increase feelings of satisfaction when you need them most. Filled with dozens of exercises that will help your reprogram your brain, Habits of a Happy Brain shows you how to live a happier, healthier life!

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The Oxytocin Factor: Tapping The Hormone Of Calm, Love, And Healing

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Da Capo Press #ad - Oxytocin is the hormone involved in bonding, and breast-feeding, childbirth, sex, as well as in relaxation and feelings of calm. Kerstin uvnäs-moberg, is the first book on the subject for a general audience. In recent years there have been exciting scientific discoveries about a powerful hormone whose role in the human body has long been neglected.

. It is the mirror image of the stress hormone adrenaline, which triggers the "fight or flight" systems in the body. The oxytocin Factor, by Dr. The new research findings, addictions, as well as the potentially beneficial applications of this hormone in reducing anxiety states, stress, and problems of childbirth, are not only fascinating but of great significance to all our lives.

The Oxytocin Factor: Tapping The Hormone Of Calm, Love, And Healing #ad - Much has been written about the latter but the many-sided importance of oxytocin is currently known only to specialists in obstetrics, physiology, and psychiatry.

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Better Living Through Neurochemistry - A guide to the optimization of serotonin, dopamine and the neurotransmitters that color your world

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#ad - You have probably heard that "depression is caused by a serotonin imbalance" sometimes, supplements, glutamate, endorphins or any of the other major neurotransmitters and neuro-hormones, your situation is usually fixable with either medication, memory and attention-related issues- Deficits in your natural opioids such as endorphins not only leads to increased pain, noradrenaline, dopamine, but not always, however did you also know - - Depression can be caused by low dopamine or noradrenaline norepinephrine- Problems with aceylcholine and glutamate can lead to cognitive, this is the case, but also poor tolerance to stressful life events or situationsHowever the good news is that whether your problem is serotonin, cognitive behavioral therapy or other lifestyle modifications.

Secondly, our aging population is revealing a range of cognitive problems associated with aging, including memory loss and other cognitive impairments. Each of these has a common thread - They are underpinned by clear deficits in neurochemical function. They key is to first know exactly how it feels to be deficient in a particular neurotransmitter.

Better Living Through Neurochemistry - A guide to the optimization of serotonin, dopamine and the neurotransmitters that color your world #ad - For example, did you know that - - just the simple act of writing out a plan on how you will change your life for the better can boost serotonin and dopamine- just hanging out with friends and loved ones boosts serotonin- Most people who are diagnosed with depression will receive a medication to boost serotonin, The Methuselah Project, James Lee gives you all you need to know regarding the major neurotransmitters including - - What they are- What do they do in your brain and body- What are the symptoms when they are depleted- How to boost levelsLee also details some of the more obscure yet no less important neurochemicals such as substance P, however for many people, following on from his hugely successful anti-aging book, serotonin is not their problem- Meditation has been shown to boost serotoninIn his latest book, which has recently been implicated in neuropathic pain conditions and poor tolerance to stress.

As always, lee has focused on creating a book that sticks to the key facts to create a boredom-free exploration of that mysterious electrical activity that is occurring 24/7, between your ears. Note that this book was formerly published as Your Brain Electric.

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The Heart of the Brain: The Hypothalamus and Its Hormones The MIT Press

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The MIT Press #ad - While neurotransmitter signals tend to be ephemeral and confined by anatomical connectivity, the hormone signals that hypothalamic neurons generate are potent, wide-reaching, and long-lasting. Leng explores the evolutionary origins of these remarkable neurons, and where the receptors for their hormone signals are found in the brain.

How hormonal signals in one small structure of the brain—the hypothalamus—govern our physiology and behavior. As human beings, we prefer to think of ourselves as reasonable. These communicate not only through neurotransmitters, but also through peptide signals that act as hormones within the brain. The heart of the brain shows in an accessible way how this very small structure is very much at the heart of what makes us human.

The Heart of the Brain: The Hypothalamus and Its Hormones The MIT Press #ad - By asking how the hypothalamic neurons and their receptors are regulated, he explores how the hypothalamus links our passions with our reason. But how much of what we do is really governed by reason? In this book, Gareth Leng considers the extent to which one small structure of the neuroendocrine brain—the hypothalamus—influences what we do, how we love, and who we are.

The hypothalamus contains a large variety of neurons.

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Cancer and the New Biology of Water

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Chelsea Green Publishing #ad - As soon as we identified them and treated cancer patients accordingly, cancer would become a thing of the past. Fifty years later it’s clear that the War on Cancer has failed—despite what the cancer industry wants us to believe. The research establishment was trumpeting the discovery of oncogenes, the genes that supposedly cause cancer.

While Dr. New diagnoses have continued to climb; one in three people in the United States can now expect to battle cancer during their lifetime. Instead, Dr. Cowan acknowledges that all of these treatments need more research, options, Cancer and the New Biology of Water is an impassioned plea from a long-time physician that these promising treatments merit our attention and research dollars and that patients have the right to information, and medical freedom in matters of their own life and death.

Cancer and the New Biology of Water #ad - For the majority of common cancers, the search for oncogenes has not changed the treatment: We’re still treating with the same old triad of removing surgery, burning out radiation, or poisoning chemotherapy. In cancer and the new biology of water, thomas cowan, md, argues that this failure was inevitable because the oncogene theory is incorrect—or at least incomplete—and based on a flawed concept of biology in which DNA controls our cellular function and therefore our health.

The root cause is metabolic dysfunction that deteriorates the structured water that forms the basis of cytoplasmic—and therefore, cellular—health. Despite mainstream medicine’s failure to bring an end to suffering or deliver on its promises, it remains illegal for physicians to prescribe anything other than the “standard of care” for their cancer patients—no matter how dangerous and ineffective that standard may be—and despite the fact that gentler, more effective, and more promising treatments exist.

Cowan tells us, dna, the somatic mutations seen in cancer cells are the result of a cellular deterioration that has little to do with oncogenes, or even the nucleus.

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Mitochondria and the Future of Medicine: The Key to Understanding Disease, Chronic Illness, Aging, and Life Itself

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Chelsea Green Publishing #ad - Since then, for life to exist beyond single-celled bacteria, it's the mitochondria that have been responsible for this life-giving energy. Lee know offers cutting-edge information on supplementation and lifestyle changes for mitochondrial optimization, D-Ribose, and ketogenic dietary therapy, cannabinoids, such as CoQ10, and how to implement their use successfully.

However, modern research has also endowed us with the knowledge on how to optimize its function, which is of critical importance to our health and longevity. Mitochondria and the future of medicine is an invaluable resource for practitioners interested in mitochondrial medicine and the true roots of chronic illness and disease, as well as anyone interested in optimizing their health.

With information for patients and practitioners on optimizing mitochondrial function for greater health and longevityWhy do we age? Why does cancer develop? What's the connection between heart failure and Alzheimer's disease, and many more, or infertility and hearing loss? Can we extend lifespan, how? What is the Exercise Paradox? Why do antioxidant supplements sometimes do more harm than good? Many will be amazed to learn that all these questions, and if so, can be answered by a single point of discussion: mitochondria and bioenergetics.

Mitochondria and the Future of Medicine: The Key to Understanding Disease, Chronic Illness, Aging, and Life Itself #ad - In mitochondria and the future of medicine, Naturopathic Doctor Lee Know tells the epic story of mitochondria, the widely misunderstood and often-overlooked powerhouses of our cells. By understanding how our mitochondria work, in fact, it is possible to add years to our lives, and life to our years. Current research, however, has revealed a dark side: many seemingly disconnected degenerative diseases have tangled roots in dysfunctional mitochondria.

The legendary saga began over two billion years ago, when one bacterium entered another without being digested, which would evolve to create the first mitochondrion.

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