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Why 14 day of Love? Because, oxytocin!
Oxytocin is secreted from the pituitary gland.
This hormone influences birth and parenting; from stimulating contractions to promoting let down and encouraging bonding and interaction with your newborn. Oxytocin is also known as the love hormone.This hormone plays a huge part in not only the relationships with your loved ones but with every person you have the opportunity to make a connection with. Oxytocin decreases the stress hormone, cortisol.It is found that touch and positive thoughts about others can release the hormone. So get out there and contribute your oxytocin release today!
We participated in an Instagram campaign #14daysoflove, comment below with how you have been showing love to those around you.