Oxytocin: The Biological Guide to… by Kerstin Uvnas-Moberg

Oxytocin: The Biological Guide to Motherhood by Kerstin Uvnas-Moberg
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Overview: What role does oxytocin play in the many changes that occur during pregnancy and breastfeeding designed to make mothers better mothers? How does birth, breastfeeding, and skin-to-skin contact affect oxytocin release? How do birth interventions–epidurals, Cesarean sections, oxytocin infusions, and medications–impact oxytocin release? And how does oxytocin release (or lack of) impact the mother and baby? After many years of researching oxytocin, author, physician, and researcher Dr. Kerstin Uvnas-Moberg presents compelling scientific data that demonstrates the important role oxytocin plays in motherhood. In this book Dr. Uvnas-Moberg describes how oxytocin helps mothers access an inborn female competence that helps them transition to motherhood and give birth more easily, feel better after birth, breastfeed with fewer problems, and establish a good connection with their children. She also explains the impact oxytocin release has on infants–helping them become better at handling stressful situations and impacting their future health.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical

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