Category Archives: Overcoming Social Anxiety

  • Where Medical Institutions End and Brain Hacking Begins

    Anyone who is not a neurotypical – be it brain damaged from natural cerebral disasters, degenerative diseases or born neuro dysfunctional and different. Knows that medical institutions have a severe limitation when it comes to addressing problems of the mind. Or...
  • Oxytocin Supplement – Potential Anti-Anxiety Uses

    What is Oxytocin? The pituitary gland in the brain produces a protein neuropeptide hormone called oxytocin. Studies conducted on animals and even more recently on human subjects have demonstrated that oxytocin is also a brain neurotransmitter. This later function has been...
  • Do Pheromones Work?

    What are pheromones? For years there have been many studies done by biology scientists to understand the role chemicals called pheromones have on sexual and reproductive behavior of animals and insects. In recent times the research has extended to humans as...
  • Function of Oxytocin

    One of the hormones very frequently mentioned by relationship advisers, magazines and online sources for counseling, is Oxytocin. The hormone Oxytocin is secreted by the pituitary gland in the brain, and released from there. The major function of Oxytocin is in...
  • Oxytocin Antidote Degradation – What Other Sellers

    The Question of Oxytocin Degradation I would like to address an issue here that many suppliers would not be interested in talking about. I know some people have read that Oxytocin is usually refrigerated since the Syntocinon is often refrigerated. According...
  • How to Help Social Anxiety – An Exercise To Get Ou

    Many many many years ago. I learned this exercise and to this day it’s still one of the most effective exercises I have used. Other meditation techniques were just too hard because I have ADHD, and comorbid social anxiety disorder. Ironically...
  • Oxytocin for Autism and Social Anxiety – Research

    What are Peptides? Peptides are powerful biological signalling mechanisms, to put simply they are small proteins, most notably used by athletes to stimulate production of human growth hormone, bioidentical peptides have a variety of potential uses in terms of treating mental...