Oxytocin Helps to Improve Brain Function in Autism – ShapeAble

Results from research reveals that oxytocin, a substance made naturally in the brain as well as through the entire body, enhanced brain function in areas which have been identified as processing social information in kids having autism spectrum disorders.[1] According to the researchers, the results provide crucial steps toward developing better solutions for treating the core social deficits found in autism, which could include clinical interventions combined with oxytocin.


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