The amount of value, wisdom, and information provided in this interview is truly out of this world.
Today, we have the incredible Dr. Sarah Buckley, a family physician with training in family-physician obstetrics and a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland,, where her research is focused on oxytocin and the autonomic nervous system in labor and birth.
We go deep into the current research on oxytocin as it relates to labor, birth, attachment, motherhood, and well beyond. We also discuss the hormonal gaps that result from interventions, and how we can improve outcomes across the board.
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In this episode, we are sharing:
- How Sarah began studying oxytocin with the world’s leading experts
- The lifelong and evolutionary impact of this research
- Breastfeeding, oxytocin, and attachment
- Processes of labor and birth as triggers to mothering behaviors
- Pleasure and reward systems in motherhood
- Common interventions and the hormonal gaps that result
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