Man is nothing but an expression of hormones. You fall in love, express anger, you soberly include a angry temperament because of the hormones which are the secretion of an endocrine system based on glands.
By Prof. Dr. Abdullah G Arijo
You had no feelings of love unless the oxytocin kicked in. The researchers discovered that couples at the early stages of love attachment had significantly higher oxytocin levels than their non -attached counterparts. But oxytocin is linked to more than new love. It is also released during sexual activity and linked to the intensity of orgasms.
He also summarized all of the possible relationship-enhancing effects of oxytocin. Some of them include confidence, gaze, empathy, memories of positive relationships, fidelity, positive communication and the processing of liaison signals.
What happens in the lives of mature couples is simply due to hormones. Glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids secreted by the adrenal cortex are steroid hormones. Certain other steroids, sex hormones, affect growth and development and regulate reproductive cycles and sexual behavior. Gonads, or sexual glands (ovaries in the female and testicles in the male), secrete sex hormones, in addition to producing gametes.
There are three main categories of sex hormones: androgens, estrogens and progestins. Women and men have all three types, but in different proportions. Females have a high ratio of estrogen to androgens. Estrogen maintains the female reproductive system and promotes the development of feminine characteristics such as the generally smaller body size, higher pitched voice, larger breasts and hips in women. Progestatives, at least among mammals, are mainly involved in the preparation of the uterus with supper elephants of male sea fights the embryo in development.
In general, androgens stimulate the development and maintenance of the male reproductive system. Males have a high ratio of androgens to estrogens, with their primary androgen being testosterone. Androgens produced by male embryos during early development stimulate the embryo to become a male rather than a female. High concentrations of androgens trigger the development of male characteristics: in humans, for example, a more serious voice, a lack of hair and large skeletal muscles.
Androgens have somewhat different effects in different animals. In bullfrogs, the effects include both large body sizes and the tendency to call loudly in the spring. In elephant seals, male androgens produce bodies weighing 2 tons and more, inflatable enlargement of the nasal cavity, thick skin that can withstand bloody fights, and aggressive behavior towards other males. The two males in the photo are fighting. One will establish a domination over the other and the right to mate with many females, the much smaller individuals in the background. As with the production of hormones by the thyroid gland and the adrenal cortex, the synthesis of the sex hormones by the gonads is regulated by the hypothalamus and the anterior pituitary gland.
In response to a releasing factor from the hypothalamus, the anterior pituitary secretes follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH), which stimulate the ovaries or testes to synthesize and secrete sex hormones.
Oxytocin is a hormone that acts as a neurotransmitter. It plays an important role in reproduction. In females, the hormone triggers labor and the release of breast milk. In men, oxytocin helps move sperm. If there is a production problem, there could be a fertility problem, which can disrupt the life of the couple.
Oxytocin, dopamine, and serotonin are often referred to as our “happy hormones.” When you are attracted to another person, your brain releases dopamine, your serotonin level increases and oxytocin is produced. It makes you feel a surge of positive emotions. If female you
In addition, when a baby takes the mother’s breast, it triggers a release of oxytocin. This signals the body to release milk for the baby. This hormone also helps bond mother and baby.. Human and animal studies on the effects of oxytocin on the mother-child bond have shown that mothers with higher levels are more likely to engage in loving parenting behaviors.
Some children tend to be their mother’s children, as research suggests that babies who receive this type of parenting experience an increase in oxytocin that prompts them to seek out more contact with their mother, thereby strengthening their bond.
Although oxytocin is released by both males and females, their mode of action is different. Oxytocin affects males and females differently, especially in social contexts. This may be because the hormone acts differently in the male and female amygdala. This is the portion of your brain responsible for emotion, motivation, and reward. For example, oxytocin can influence the way women identify with whom to befriend and how to deal with these relationships. The hormone can play a role in the way men identify competitive relationships and navigate in the combat or flight response.