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Getting drunk on love. The neuropeptide hormone oxytocin is often referred to as the “love hormone,” and new research shows that it affects our brain very similarly to alcohol.
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Scientists at New York University have taken major steps towards better understanding oxytocin, the hormone that is responsible for social impulses in the brain.
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It’s the hormone that gives you a big lift and if you want a hefty dose, go hunting. Oxytocin is known as “the love hormone” and its levels in the body explode when your dearest is nearest. Even calling up your lover on the phone is enough to send oxytocin production soaring and, as far as oxytocin goes, absence really can make the heart grow fonder.
New studies have linked oxytocin to decreased caloric intake, making it an interesting new weight loss aid.
Oxytocin, sometimes referred to as the "love" or "cuddle" hormone, has a legendary status in popular culture due to its vital role in social and sexual behaviour and long-term bonding. Now researchers from the University of Sydney and the University of Regensburg have discovered it also has a remarkable influence on the intoxicating effect of alcohol, which they report in the scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on 24 February.
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