Depressed Smokers more likely to Quit then Non-Depressed Smokers

Depressed Smokers more likely to Quit then Non-Depressed Smokers February 25, 2015 Washington: A new study reviewed in the Cochrane Library finds that depressed smokers are more likely to successfully quit than their non-depressed counterparts. Moreover, they stop smoking longer and benefit overall from mood management interventions after they quit

Oxytocin, Humans and Reptiles

Oxytocin, Humans and Reptiles February 22, 2015 When a mother sea turtle migrates thousands of miles, only to crawl up on some beautiful ancestral beach and immediately start digging a nest, she is doing so at the behest of a hormone almost identical to our human oxytocin. Like other members

Taming anger with Oxytocin

Taming anger with Oxytocin February 19, 2015 It’s a mad, mad, mad world. Right? Well, thankfully not all the time. But it’s an issue, granted, for some more than others. If you are one of the “others” that seem angrier than your friends, spouses, boyfriends, colleagues, other drivers on the

Oxytocin and gender define men and women in our sexual dreams

Oxytocin and gender define men and women in our sexual dreams February 13, 2015 Sexual dreams are not always about sex. They are about union, the coming together of different, conflicting parts of us. They are seemingly crazy illustrations of how our unconscious integrates and merges the different aspects of

Oxytocin and Porn Addiction

Oxytocin and Porn Addiction February 10, 2015 Much has been said and studied regarding modern day porn consumption. For instance did you know that the Millennials consume more porn than any other generation?  According to a survey of 4000 men and women by Cosmopolitan magazine, over 30% of men surveyed