The Monogamy Method
AVP has prominent roles in controlling fluid balance via its effects on the kidney and regulating blood pressure via its vasoconstrictive effects on blood vessels, and can directly promote the sensation of thirst. AVP also promotes the release of ACTH from the anterior pituitary in the presence of CRF, and is released following stressful stimuli 116 . In humans, oxytocin is predominantly involved in controlling smooth muscle contraction during both breast-feeding and parturition (myometrium). In rodents, oxytocin promotes a number of reproductive (grooming, arousal, lordosis, orgasm, nesting, birthing) and maternal behaviours. Although there are marked species differences in the effects of oxytocin, central infusion of this peptide in females of a monogamous prairie vole species promotes lifelong pair bonding in the absence of mating. Furthermore, pair bonding in this species, which normally accompanies mating, can be blocked by oxytocin antagonists, thus implying a key role for...
The central role of oxytocin has led to it being described as the 'love hormone', and recently Insel et al. 26 postulated that oxytocin is the molecular basis of monogamy. In their laboratory, they examined the behaviour of prairie voles, which form strong pair bonds after mating with prolonged, repeated bouts of copulation. It was found that central administration of an oxytocin antagonist inhibited the pair bond formation, whereas central infusion of oxytocin stimulated pair bond formation in the absence of mating. Since oxytocin is released during sexual arousal and orgasm in both men and women 27 , it is possible that a similar role may play a part in the formation of pair bonds in humans.
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