International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 3, Issue 1 (2015)
Arousal response of (Olfaction effect) intranasal oxytocin on blood pressure of students in Erbil City, Iraq
Author(s): Muhammad Aziz
Abstract: Objective: This study was designed to evaluate the role of Oxytocin, a commercial synthetic hormone, on the blood pressure of normal students who volunteered to become a part of this study.Materials and methods: A rapid sensitive Digital blood measuring meter is used for the measure of blood pressure among young students of Iraq. To support the current study, evaluation of sodium concentration in drinking water, temperature and Precipitation rate of city were also reported.Result: We found that elicited synthetic Oxytocin hormone arousal has an effect resulting in a decrease in systolic and diastolic pressures in young students. The mean age of students is 20 years. Before olfaction oxytocin the average Systole blood pressure was 118.9 after arousal effect the average Systole blood pressure is 112 Intranasal Oxytocin olfaction response also decreases the heart pulse rate among young students.Conclusion: Now a days hypertension has become a global challenge. To decrease blood pressure and heart pulse rate slightly, a small quantity of commercially available oxytocin hormone is a helpful tool.
Pages: 23-26 | 1176 Views 8 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Muhammad Aziz. Arousal response of (Olfaction effect) intranasal oxytocin on blood pressure of students in Erbil City, Iraq. Int J Chem Stud 2015;3(1):23-26.