13 min

[Community]: How to Boost Oxytocin, the Hormone of Connection How To Be A Better Person with Kate Hanley

    • Self-Improvement

Feeling connected to other people feels nice, but can it actually improve your health? Yes it can, and there’s one particular hormone that makes that statement true, and that’s oxytocin, aka the love hormone, which I’m sharing some cool factoids about today, as well as how you can raise it and get the health benefits it brings while ALSO feeling a stronger connection to others. 
Study showing oxytocin’s links to aging 
Study that showed that watching an emotional video increased generosity to strangers
Send me your better person Qs and I’ll answer them on a future episode! kate@beabetterpersonpodcast.com
This episode sponsored by:
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Nutrafol.com (use the promo code BETTER)
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Feeling connected to other people feels nice, but can it actually improve your health? Yes it can, and there’s one particular hormone that makes that statement true, and that’s oxytocin, aka the love hormone, which I’m sharing some cool factoids about today, as well as how you can raise it and get the health benefits it brings while ALSO feeling a stronger connection to others. 
Study showing oxytocin’s links to aging 
Study that showed that watching an emotional video increased generosity to strangers
Send me your better person Qs and I’ll answer them on a future episode! kate@beabetterpersonpodcast.com
This episode sponsored by:
Zapier.com
Nutrafol.com (use the promo code BETTER)
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

13 min