THE ONE FREE DRUG EVERYONE MUST EXPERIENCE - Dr Alan Mandell, DC
Social touch often acts as a pivot-point for emotion in social interactions. Recently, neuroscientific research has begun to focus more intensively on this social and affective dimension of touch. Oxytocin is made primarily in the hypothalamus in the brain, and some of it is released into the bloodstream through the pituitary gland. But some of it remains in the brain, where it influences mood, behavior and physiology. The hugging and oxytocin release from the brain creates positive physiological effects throughout the body, causing a decrease in heart rate and a drop in the stress hormones cortisol and norepinephrine.
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