Is serum oxytocin a general marker for well-being?

Moralists, beware: it seems that serum oxytocin is a marker for general well-being. We know that orgasm temporarily increases serum oxytocin. It is reasonable to assume that frequent orgasm would keep oxytocin, a short-lived protein, higher than infrequent orgasm and be a sign if not a cause of general well-being.

Here’s to frequent orgasm! Moralists, be damned, you fools. You have it backwards. The Namian people have it right. Have at least one orgasm a day – as per “A Rather English Marriage”

Here is the article:

Lower serum oxytocin levels associated with type 2 diabetes, obesity


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