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Alcoholism Treatment: Experimental Drug May Help Curb Alcohol Addiction, Especially For Those With High Stress

Medical Daily - Sep 29, 2016
People suffering from drug dependence or other mental disorders like depression often have trouble maintaining proper levels of vasopressin, an imbalance that may leave them more likely to fall off the wagon when faced with stressful situations, the ...

Finding that Biological Clock Stimulates Thirst Before Sleep Could Lead to Ways to Mitigate Jet Lag

Sleep Review - Oct 5, 2016
The team suspected that vasopressin, a neuropeptide produced by the SCN, might play a critical role. To confirm that, they used so-called “sniffer cells” designed to fluoresce in the presence of vasopressin. When they applied these cells to rodent ...

Study Shows Human Brain's Biological Clock Stimulates Thirst Before Sleep

I4U News - Oct 8, 2016
The brain has a center that monitors thirst neurons. That is for sure. So, the SCN which regulates circadian cycles in the brain could possibly be sending signals to the thirst neurons. Vasopressin, which is a neuropeptide, is released by the SCN. It ...

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Vasopressin and Oxytocin: From Genes to Clinical Applications, Volume 139 (Progr


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This animation examines the role of vasopressin in renal water regulation.



Fluid balance 3- Vasopressin

Part 3 in a 7 part lecture on FLUID BALANCE in a flipped Human Physiology course taught by Wendy Riggs. CC-BY. Watch the whole lecture (all 7 videos) by ...

ADH or Vasopressin effect (antidiuretic hormone)

the effect of (anti-diuretic hormone) or (vasopressin) on the kidneys.

Vasopressin, Oxytocin and Bonding (6 of 6)

Doctor Thomas Insel continues his discussion of the two neuropeptides, vasopressin and oxytocin.