Oxtytocin is a neurotransmitter secreted from the pituitary gland and many other tissues. It rises when we are touched and hugged. If a female does not receive enough touching during sex, she will not be able to make enough oxytocin, which causes estrogen and testosterone to rise as well. When there is little or no foreplay, unless testosterone is very high, she will not usually achieve orgasm.
Oxytocin increases quality and quantity of orgasms. By potentiating oxytocin of women’s orgasms. Supplemental oxytocin may facilitate the ability of women to become multi-orgasmic. In both sexes, orgasms will come much quickly and last longer. Women average 22 seconds orgasm after taking supplemental oxytocin. It take about an hour from the time oxytocin is taken until it peak effects. For multiple orgasm, it takes about three hours. Oxytocin makes a women want to cuddle more. It would be painful for a women to take supplemental oxytocin and then not have an opportunity to cuddle.
Men may become multi-orgasmic with supplementing oxytocin. Men usually become sleepy after orgasm. They may lose their interest in sex after orgasm. But in some women, sexual desire may increase after orgasm until they finally have had enough orgasms to feel satisfied. This difference in response to orgasm between the sexes is attributable to hormones.
After a man has had orgasm, prolactin levels rise which makes him sleepy. Prolactin inhibits oxytocin. After a women has an orgasm, hr oxytocin levels actually rise due to the stimulation of the female genitals. High levels of oxytocin cause a woman to be multi-orgasmic. When men are given oxytocin, their prolactin levels drop, allowing them to become multi-orgasmic like women
How can you tell when oxytocin is doing its job?
Oxytocin is a vasodilator, the ears will turn red is a classic response to oxytocin
If the ears do not turn red, it could be a lack of DHEA or testosterone. DHEA is very important to your libido (especially in women) before attempting to raise oxytocin make sure to bring DHEA levels up to normal and the number one way to do this is control stress.
Stress is the number one culprit for low DHEA. Stress produces cortisol, and instead of the hormonal pathway going to DHEA, Cortisol steels the precursor hormone pregnenalone from making DHEA
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