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Oxytocin Guidelines

Oxytocin Guidelines: How Can Patients Benefit from the "Love Hormone"?

Known as the “bonding hormone”, oxytocin is naturally produced in the body and acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain to influence social behavior and emotions. Oxytocin is available as a prescription drug to more commonly stimulate uterine contractions during pregnancy. However, researchers are finding oxytocin may improve symptoms of libido, depression, stress, and fear, as well as aid cardiovascular function and weight management. In this webinar, Dr. Hall discusses the fundamental role of oxytocin in the human body, as well as its association with aging and vitality.

Learning Objectives

  • Get an overview of oxytocin’s role in the human body.
  • Discuss the effect of the “Love Hormone” on libido and vitality.
  • Identify the relationship oxytocin has on the aging brain.
  • Evaluate common symptoms that require treatment.
  • Learn key takeaways to implement into practice.

About the Presenter

Dr. Prudence Hall obtained a Master’s Degree in Health Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, followed by an M.D. degree at the University of Southern California (USC) School of Medicine. She went on to do her residency in Gynecology at USC, and spent years as a busy surgeon and traditional practitioner. As her practice matured, she began focusing on the causes and treatments of aging illnesses, acquiring a broad base of knowledge in integrated healing and Functional Medicine. Dr. Hall, who has studied with the noted endocrinologist Dr. Diana Schwarzbein, has long been on the frontier of modern advances for menopause and rejuvenation therapies.

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