Hormones

Hormones are those chemical agents that perform endless functions in the brain and body. Learn about their typology, functions, and mechanisms, and understand human behaviour much better.

Vasopressin: The Anti-Diuretic Hormone

Vasopressin, or arginine vasopressin, is one of the most well-known and important hormones in the body. For example, it’s crucial for homeostasis, which is the balance of electrolytes maintained by the retention or reabsorption of water, sodium, and glucose. We…

Anticipatory Anxiety

People who live with anticipatory anxiety deal with uncertainty and worry that make it hard to breathe. They’re victims of their harried minds, always imagining the worst. There are few experiences worse than feeling trapped by permanent angst, your body and…

Why and How Menopause Affects Sex Drive

Women have a lot more sex drive problems after menopause, as menopause seems to lower libido. Levels of estrogen drop after menopause, which can lead to reduced arousal and make sex more painful. Menopausal and post-menopausal women might notice that…