Articles under Oxytocin


  • Energize yourself with testosterone

    Gentlemen, maybe you have already scored ‘normal’ on your testosterone tests, and yet you still don’t feel the energy you had twenty years ago. Ask your doctor to do a little more digging and studying about the latest findings in antiaging medicine- or find another doctor! Here is my story:   Fifty-two-year-old Isamu-san walked into my office with his lovely wife Eriko. We exchanged bows and Isamu-san said he had a problem that I had heard a lot lately...
  • Living to Ninety Years and Beyond

    Living to Ninety Years and Beyond “In ancient times the people lived to be over one hundred years, yet they remained active and did not become decrepit in their activities.” Nei Chin Su Wen, The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, circa 2600 B.C. Even without using anti-aging medicine, it is possible to live beyond ninety years and do so in good health if you live a lifestyle indigenous to various islands such as Ok...
  • Vasopressin, the Memory Hormone: Are Your Patients Thinking Straight

    Vasopressin, the Memory Hormone: Are Your Patients Thinking Straight Vasopressin is much more than a memory hormone. It is known to some as the learning hormone because people with vasopressin deficiency are forgetful. Vasopressin is key to the architecture and function of the brain. Fourteen clinical studies attest to the fact that vasopressin supports long- and short-term memory,...
  • Dr Thierry Hertoghe Talks To Phil Micans About Oxytocin

      Phil Micans Interviews the Renowned Hormone Therapist Dr Thierry Hertoghe in Brussels, Belgium. Subject: Passion, Sex and Long Life, The Oxytocin Adventure PM: Well, it’s a great pleasure to be here on a lovely warm morning in Brussels with Dr Thierry Hertoghe. G...
  • Is Reversing Aging Degenerate?

    Is Reversing Aging Degenerate? By Dr. Richard Lippman Since the serialization of Oscar Wilde’s novel “The Picture of Dorian Gray” in the 1890s, the idea of staying forever young while an oil painting grew older was condemned as degenerate. Indeed, several years later Wilde was imprisoned for his alleged degeneracies. Then, in 1945, Albert Lewin’s film adaptation of the novel was poorly received given the attitudes about aging and morality at that time. In 19...
  • Breakthrough for eye health announced by prominent scientists

    At an important meeting at the International Society for Eye Research in San Francisco (1), several prominent scientists announced a significant breakthrough in preventive medicine that dramatically affects health and wellness of the eyes. First on the podium was Professor Herbert Reitsamer who explained his research titled; “Considerations of Venous Pressure in the Pathophysiology of Intraocular Pressure and Ocular Blood Flow.” He substantiated the view that natural ...
  • Vasopressin, the Blood Pressure and Libido Hormone

    Vasopressin, the Blood Pressure and Libido Hormone Mark had a medical problem but he refused to visit a doctor because he considered many of them to be quacks. Thus, he continued to suffer poor erections despite self-dosing with copious amounts of Viagra® and Cialis®. His blood pressure was low and he was dehydrated because he urinated frequently at night. Eventually, Mark’s wife convinced him to see me and I meticulously questioned and examined him. Mark was the kind of...
  • A clash between a frustrated medical community and alternative medicine

    A clash between a frustrated medical community and alternative medicine For more than 25 years, the American medical community has been dismayed by an ever-increasing number of patients who turn to alternative medicine for treatment. Indeed, more than half of sick Americans seek alternative doctors, such as naturopaths, and few of these patients discuss their treatments with their conventional doctors. This phenomenon is especially true of chronic sufferers of cancer, chroni...
  • Is Your Brain Clearing Beta-Amyloid, the Leading Cause of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s?

    Is Your Brain Clearing Beta-Amyloid, the Leading Cause of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s? “When we skip sleep, we may be doing irreparable damage to the brain prematurely aging it. . .” M. Nedergaard, MD Until a few years ago, scientists thought that the brain did its own cleaning and recycling of waste both day and night. However, Professor Steven Coles of Stanford University has established that beta amyloid clearance in seniors is highly inefficient and incom...
  • The Grim Reaper Came Knocking and I Answered by Correcting my Hormones and Peptides!

    The Grim Reaper Came Knocking and I Answered by Correcting my Hormones and Peptides! By Dr. Richard Lippman Death came calling when I suffered a minor arrhythmia. My damaged youth started when my close friends pushed me aside and sometimes retorted with irritating comments. I hadn’t realized how negative I had become and its unwelcome effects upon my friends. My neurosurgeon colleague diagnosed me with Asperger’s syndrome (a form of autism), but he had only part...
  • The Nuts And Bolts Of Aging Part Three

    The Nuts And Bolts Of Aging (Part Three) Why our lifespan is limited to 115 years and how to get a better quality of life after age 40 In parts one and two, we established that our potential lifespans are determined by repair mechanisms that kick into effect during our mid-twenties. Subsequently, in part three, I will explain specific questions about the maximum human lifespan. I am often asked how long we can reasonably expect to live if we avoid ma...
  • Rejecting Anti-Aging Medicine

    Rejecting Anti-Aging Medicine - Despite an Extensive Body of Evidence “Doctors are men who prescribe medicines of which they know little, to cure diseases of which they know less, in human beings of whom they know nothing.” Voltaire I have often wondered why people reject antiaging medicine. 99 out of 100 people surveyed will reject it out-of-hand by saying they will “look into it” (meaning: do nothing) or “ask their doctor” (meaning: If they do ask thei...
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Aging Part One

    The Nuts and Bolts of Aging: Part One (Aging is caused by random molecular damages exceeding repairs) The belief that aging is an unsolved problem no longer holds true. Recent evidence suggests that aging is not a gene-driven process (1). Indeed, Nobel Prize winner and co-discoverer of DNA, Dr. James Watson, has stated in an email to me that only 5 percent of the diseases of aging are caused by malfunctioning genes (endnote one). Instead, aging is a ...
  • Cardiovascular disease is America’s number one killer

    Cardiovascular disease is America’s number one killer, yet Doctors often ignore it until it’s too late! “Physicians have plateaued in their understanding of heart disease by limiting themselves to only five risk factors.” Mark C. Houston, MD, MS. My younger sister is sixty-two years young. Recently, I was shocked when she rang me from the cardiac ward of my local hospital. In a weak voice, she briefly explained that two days earlier she had collapsed in her kitchen; ...
  • How to enhance your sex life

    How to enhance your sex life “The problem of sex as a senior is not getting it up but getting it down again!” — Comedian Alan Thicke Mrs. G. schedules regular appointments at my office in Sweden. She sought me out to help with vaginal dryness, a typical perimenopausal condition easily remedied in Sweden with over-the-counter estriol cream. During today’s visit, she also compl...
  • Testosterone and other deficiencies

    Testosterone and other deficiencies “It’s about time we take testosterone away from the athletes and return it where it belongs, in the testicles of 80-year-old men!” comedian Bill Maher Rosy and her husband, Tony, breezed through the front door of my office and brushed quickly past my receptionist. Rosy needed to see me post-haste. Out of breath, they plopped themselves down in two of my comfortable leather chairs, and Rosie’s eyes signalled an emergency....
  • Balanced cortisol, critical to health and longevity

    Balanced cortisol, critical to health and longevity Some hormones are too high and some too low Bursting with energy and enthusiasm, a 67-year-old elegantly dressed woman arrived at my office out of breath. Her glowing face framed a wide smile. She said that a psychiatrist had referred her to me since she was diagnosed with hypomania. She further explained that she spent her time with a boundless energy and enthusiasm for dinner parties and around-the-clock house cleaning....
  • Dr. Thierry Hertoghe discusses oxytocin

    Dr. Thierry Hertoghe discusses oxytocin Dr. Thierry Hertoghe is one of Europe’s finest hormone therapists (a physician experienced in hormone therapy) and one of the world’s leading anti-aging physicians. He operates from his clinic in Brussels, Belgium and is in constant demand around the world for his insightful lectures and training programs. His books, both for the public and the health professional are legendary in terms of ...
  • Synergistic Program - Age Prevention

    What is the best way to tackle aging? How can we prevent aging’s annoyances from becoming disorders and diseases? We’ve done our best to simplify the answers for you by breaking down the protocols and products into 4 categories. We hope that you enjoy reading about this program and t...