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'Cuddle hormone' makes men more empathetic

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A nasal spray can make men more in tune with other people's feelings, say a team of German and UK researchers.

They found that inhaling the "cuddle hormone" oxytocin made men just as empathetic as women.

The study in 48 volunteers also showed that the spray boosted the ability to learn from positive feedback.

Writing in the Journal of Neuroscience, the researchers said the spray may be useful for boosting behaviour therapy in conditions such as schizophrenia.

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_Nyx_

:rofl::rofl:

I can't think of one man I know that would voluntarily use this.

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chaoszerg

:rofl::rofl:

I can't think of one man I know that would voluntarily use this.

I love cuddling, I can go without sex just to cuddle up in bed or the couch, I know that sounds weird, but there is just something about it.

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_Nyx_

I love cuddling, I can go without sex just to cuddle up in bed or the couch, I know that sounds weird, but there is just something about it.

:unsure: You're a rare breed then. And you're secure enough to admit it. Good on ya :tu:

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Perdition

More men need to like cuddling!

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