Oxytocin and Diabetes Mellitus, Type II




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C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.

Type II diabetic patients have lower levels of oxytocin. As with all such studies, it is intriguing and opens the door to far more questions than it answers. At this point we do not know whether they always or long term had low oxytocin. We of course also know that every known emotional disorder, from ADHD to schizophrenia is associated with low levels of oxytocin. Which came first? Low self-esteem or depression or anxiety or just diabetes. There are of course a very small percent of Type II diabetics who are thin. The study mentioned did not include any of those. Of course my next step, which may take a while, is to see whether Air Bliss improves diabetes.

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