Because oxytocin plays such an important role in modulating the central nervous system, you can’t talk about oxytocin effect on arousal without also talking about oxytocin and pain. Dr. Guy Abraham, former head of infertility at UCLA Medical School spent a lot of time observing women with both low and elevated oxytocin levels and believes the hormone oxytocin has both analgesic and anxiolytic properties which make it a potentially useful agent not just sexual climax but for the treatment of stress-exacerbated chronic pain.
Everyone knows that women like to have their clitorises stimulated and clitoral stimulation elevates oxytocin release, but you need to move away from it once in a while or you’ll run the risk of deadening it. Overly stimulated clitoral nerve endings go numb. Women, the same goes for the penis. Though men would have you think otherwise, their nipples are an excellent focal point for foreplay. Just as much as in women. In some cases more. Both men and women need to thoroughly explore each other’s bodies. Be creative and diverse, use your carnal intuition. The oxytocin you will be releasing in the process will naturally lead you to even more esoteric spots and erotic pathways.
Women: Men’s bodies are logical, like PC IBM based computers. You can’t get to point B until you’ve been through point A. Or C from point D. Men: Women’s erogenous zones, just like their orgasms, are more like Apple computers, more right brain and generalized. Try to be fluid. Try different combinations. And don’t hesitate to throw in a little love (or dirty) talk. Maybe playing with her nipples and her armpits is just the right combo? You won’t know until you try it. All in all, the creativity of it will only increase more oxytocin flow and you know what that means, right? That’s right, better orgasms and fantastic afterglow. For more information please read the section on nipple orgasm. Buy Oxytocin here.
Oxytocin is a good analgesic that it is being used to address fibromyalgia, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), cluster headaches. Oxytocin has also been successfully administered to humans to erase cancer pain, low back pain, and bowel pain from irritable bowel syndrome. How can a hormone do that; be a source of so much pleasure and pain? For starters, orgasms are powerful pain-killers. And oxytocin combined with other compounds (such as endorphins) surge before and during climax. Beverly Whipple, professor emeritus at Rutgers University, a famed author/sexologist found that when women masturbated to orgasm “the pain tolerance threshold and pain detection threshold increased significantly by 74.6 percent and 106.7 percent respectively.”
Manual massage, including sequences such as stroking and kneading, is probably one of the oldest and most appreciated modes of sensory stimulation used for the alleviation of pain, amelioration of disease symptoms and the promotion of wellbeing Furthermore, oxytocin occupies multiple hormonal receptor sites in the body. If an oxytocin receptor site is empty is can potentially cause pain. Administering oxytocin fills oxytocin receptor sites thereby occupying sites that could otherwise be available for allowing pain to surface. Studies have shown us that this oxytocin characteristic has been effective tool in helping the addicted wean themselves from narcotics. Oxytocin has the ability to occupy not only its own receptor sites, but opiate (narcotic) receptor sites as well.
If kissing the right person doesn’t make you feel really good inside; then you are dead. A recent kissing study performed by Susan M. Hughes of Albright College found that 59 percent of males and 66 percent of females confessed they would end a relationship if the first kiss left something to be desired. When kissing hormonal cues from our saliva are actually guiding our and our partner’s mental thought processes. Men, you want your wife filled with abundant oxytocin. Wives you want it too.
Kissing sets off fireworks, especially in a new relationship, but for all you old married forever folks; it can be a tool to use to spice it back up. Women need to talk when stressed. Why? It raises her oxytocin. Men feel obligated to ignore the talk and get down to solving the problem. Yet, it is the act of talking that does the trick. Women, raise his oxytocin with out talking his ear off. Men, raise her oxytocin. Score some oxypoints by coming in under their radar.
Love is essentially an abstract concept, much easier to experience than to explain. Experts on the topic divides love into three partly-overlapping stages: lust, attraction, and attachment. They say that lust exposes people to others, romantic attraction encourages people to focus their energy on mating, and attachment involves tolerating the spouse long enough to rear a child into adulthood.
Oxytocin creates feelings of extreme connectedness as well as a feeling of fierce protection. Originally, this was nature’s way of making sure that men protected their women and that women protected their child. Plasma concentrations of oxytocin are higher among people who are in love and even higher among people who are falling in love. Research has shown that people in committed relationships experience greater oxytocin swells than people who spread them selves out over a series of short relationships. Moreover, oxytocin is associated with our ability to mediate emotional experiences in close relationships and maintain healthy psychological boundaries.
Oxytocin’s approach to ED and frigidity is much more “endocrine interactive” in that oxytocin activates oxytocin throughout the entire hormonal system. For example, we generate oxytocin in our retina. Take exogenous nasal oxytocin and look someone in the eyes and even more oxytocin will be released via mutual eye contact. Touch triggers oxytocin release. Oxytocin is made in the testes, the ovaries, the adrenals, the pituitary, the pineal gland, the thymus, the pancreas, the uterus, the prostate . . . Team oxytocin! It is literally a case of more begets more. This capacity is completely unique to oxytocin. No other hormone acts in this way in our body. Administer exogenous testosterone or thyroid hormone and the body will mitigate its own production. Just ask any excessive steroid user where his testicles have gone. Or, any Synthroid user why she has to up her synthetic thyroid hormone every year. Yet MD’s blithely write more and more of these prescriptions. Keeping in mind that the endocrine system (the pituitary, pineal, pancreas, thymus, pancreas, adrenals . . . ) is the shock absorber of the body, dedicated to helping us to live optimally, doesn’t it makes sense to address the entire body, rather than just a part?
Oxytocin plays a huge role in nipple orgasm. Oxytocin is first released causing nipples to swell and harden in much the same fashion as the penis or clitoris. The pilomotor reflex—the same reflex that causes goose bumps—then contracts the smooth muscle which was triggered by the autonomic nervous system. This causes more oxytocin to be released. It’s a big loop. The oxytocin triggers sexual arousal and more nipple erection. The nipple erection triggers more oxytocin. Touching them makes them more erect and sensitive, this sensitivity makes them more erect which makes them more sensitive. It’s a snowballing effect which ends in systemic orgasmia. The net effect of which produces a cascade of oxytocin that ends in a decrease of anxiety and an increase of feelings of love, bonding, and trust.
It is said that small breasted women are more capable of achieving nipple orgasm. This is due to the fact that regardless of size all nipples have the same number of nerve endings so there is a tighter concentration in smaller ones. I starts with ample oxytocin release through supplementation and practice Nipple orgasm can be learned or “Awakened” through a gradual process of connecting the right nerve impulses with the right moves that trigger more oxytocin. For more information feel free to read The Anatomy of Orgasm by neuroscientist Barry R. Komisaruk. Along with hormone specialist Carlos Beyer-Flores.