Relationships where more oxytocin is present are more able to be empathetic to each other and avoid temptations from outside sources, said Cook.
Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) July 15, 2012
Justin Timberlake is starring in the new movie “Runner, Runner” with hottie co-star Gemma Arterton. His fiancé, Jessica Beil, showed up at the filming amid rumors that she was worried about him being tempted by Gemma.
Matt Cook, creator of popular relationship site Endless Honeymoon says the reason for the worry is low levels of the hormone oxytocin.
According to Matt Cook, couples feel insecure and often have “wandering eyes” when the blood hormone oxytocin drops too low. “There are blood tests that meaure oxytocin and can predict how happy a man and woman will be in a relationship,” says Cook.
Cook references studies such as a recent one done by a pair of German and British researchers that was recently discussed in Time magazine. It shows that people who have high levels of oxytocin show “significantly higher emotional empathy levels” than those that have lower levels of this hormone.
This means that relationships where more oxytocin is present are more able to be empathetic to each other and avoid temptations from outside sources, said Cook. “Staying faithful and being happier with your partner can just be a matter of getting those Oxytocin levels up.”
Cook said that he and his associates have put together five tips for raising Oxytocin levels, which help couples to stay faithful to each other and stay in love for years and years. Click here for the five tips.
Cook’s colleagues have also put together a short video that shows how to put these new discoveries into practice in your own relationship.
“There is a body of scientific evidence that shows how to have a harmonious, passionate relationship and to avoid being worried about your spouse being tempted, like the rumors of what happened with Jessica Beil and Justin Timberlake,” Cook said. For more information go to Matt Cook’s website here.