Oxytocin and PE

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Oxytocin for Premature Ejaculation

Oxytocin, the so-called "love hormone" has been shown in various studies to play an important role in ejaculation in both rats and humans.  Oxytocin levels in males have been shown to increase during sexual activity and decrease shortly after ejaculation. The idea of inhibiting oxytocin as a method to delay premature ejaculation has been discussed for more than a decade.

What Is Oxytocin?

Oxytocin is quite a unique hormone that is primarily produced by the pituitary gland. Oxytocin acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain and plays a key role in influencing social interactions in humans and animals.

Often called the “cuddle hormone”, oxytocin also plays a role in sexual reproduction and sensual behaviors. When bonding with your significant other or even enjoying time with a pet, researchers have found that these interactions can produce oxytocin. The studies show that you will have a closer more meaningful engagement when oxytocin levels are elevated.

Ironically, that opposite effect can take place if you run into a situation where someone you're interacting with is less desirable to be around. Researchers found that when you engage with something or someone that you have a disliking towards, your ill feelings will be heightened in correspondence with your elevated oxytocin levels. You may become more suspicious or more unaccepting of the person or thing you are interacting with.

Oxytocin Spray Treatment Studies

Oxytocin Father and Son

A study was done on interactions with induced oxytocin spray. They provided this spray to the father of a 5-year-old child and found remarkable results. These results yielded that the father was more intuned and loving towards his son and had a more memorable interaction.

Oxytocin and Dating

Another study done on the use of oxytocin spray was between men who were in relationships and men who were single. When men from each category were given a spray to boost their oxytocin levels, studies showed that men who were in a relationship actually stood further away from more attractive women and men who were single did not see any significant difference in response to women.

Oxytocin and Premature Ejaculation

There was a placebo-controlled study done on the effects of using added oxytocin and how it would effect premature ejaculation or the refractory period. The hormone was systematically given in doses of 50mg and 150mg (minimum amount vs drastic amount).

Shockingly, what researchers found was that when the sex hormone oxytocin was systematically induced, there were no significant changes in sexual production or sensual interaction. This study was done on people and in animals, primarily mice. However, when oxytocin was directly injected in either the lower spinal cord or cerebral ventricle, the research found this to be a blood-brain crossing avenue which ultimately resulted in stimulating sexual performance. This process was then tied to potential cures and solutions to combating premature ejaculation due to the effect it had on neurons in the brain.

Conclusion

Although oxytocin has been found to increase intimacy in relationships and interactions between others, there is not yet enough evidence or efficiency in the hormone-induced neurotransmitter to safely say it cures PE entirely. It may help delay ejaculation but it is still not the most viable solution. However, there are some other clinically studied products that are strictly designed to help aid you with premature ejaculation issues and concerns.

Promescent delay spray travel size and standard size bottles.
Promescent Treats PE
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Oxytocin and PE

Man holding his baby boy closely

Oxytocin for Premature Ejaculation

Oxytocin, the so-called "love hormone" has been shown in various studies to play an important role in ejaculation in both rats and humans.  Oxytocin levels in males have been shown to increase during sexual activity and decrease shortly after ejaculation. The idea of inhibiting oxytocin as a method to delay premature ejaculation has been discussed for more than a decade.

What Is Oxytocin?

Oxytocin is quite a unique hormone that is primarily produced by the pituitary gland. Oxytocin acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain and plays a key role in influencing social interactions in humans and animals.

Often called the “cuddle hormone”, oxytocin also plays a role in sexual reproduction and sensual behaviors. When bonding with your significant other or even enjoying time with a pet, researchers have found that these interactions can produce oxytocin. The studies show that you will have a closer more meaningful engagement when oxytocin levels are elevated.

Ironically, that opposite effect can take place if you run into a situation where someone you're interacting with is less desirable to be around. Researchers found that when you engage with something or someone that you have a disliking towards, your ill feelings will be heightened in correspondence with your elevated oxytocin levels. You may become more suspicious or more unaccepting of the person or thing you are interacting with.

Oxytocin Spray Treatment Studies

Oxytocin Father and Son

A study was done on interactions with induced oxytocin spray. They provided this spray to the father of a 5-year-old child and found remarkable results. These results yielded that the father was more intuned and loving towards his son and had a more memorable interaction.

Oxytocin and Dating

Another study done on the use of oxytocin spray was between men who were in relationships and men who were single. When men from each category were given a spray to boost their oxytocin levels, studies showed that men who were in a relationship actually stood further away from more attractive women and men who were single did not see any significant difference in response to women.

Oxytocin and Premature Ejaculation

There was a placebo-controlled study done on the effects of using added oxytocin and how it would effect premature ejaculation or the refractory period. The hormone was systematically given in doses of 50mg and 150mg (minimum amount vs drastic amount).

Shockingly, what researchers found was that when the sex hormone oxytocin was systematically induced, there were no significant changes in sexual production or sensual interaction. This study was done on people and in animals, primarily mice. However, when oxytocin was directly injected in either the lower spinal cord or cerebral ventricle, the research found this to be a blood-brain crossing avenue which ultimately resulted in stimulating sexual performance. This process was then tied to potential cures and solutions to combating premature ejaculation due to the effect it had on neurons in the brain.

Conclusion

Although oxytocin has been found to increase intimacy in relationships and interactions between others, there is not yet enough evidence or efficiency in the hormone-induced neurotransmitter to safely say it cures PE entirely. It may help delay ejaculation but it is still not the most viable solution. However, there are some other clinically studied products that are strictly designed to help aid you with premature ejaculation issues and concerns.

Promescent delay spray travel size and standard size bottles.
Promescent Treats PE
Clinically studied and recommended by thousands of Urologists, Promescent delay spray helps men last longer in bed. No prescriptions needed, delivered discreetly to your door.

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