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Dopamine: Drugs, Rewards, and the Neuroscience of Dopamine Triggers

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Dopamine: Drugs, Rewards, and the Neuroscience of Dopamine Triggers

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30 pagine
22 minuti
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Nov 7, 2020
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9791220217842
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There is a loop in life: We seek a reward, and we get rewarded with dopamine. This dopamine motivates us to seek more of it, and the cycle repeats itself. Such cycles can either be the basis of success and true fulfillment in life, or it can become a destructive pattern that leads someone to becoming dependent on fast fixes that turn out to be uncontrollable.



In today’s book, we’ll discuss what those fluctuating levels of dopamine do to our brains, which effect they can have on migraines, motivation, obesity, drug addiction, or food addictions. We will also briefly touch on what dopamine fasting is and what you can do to exercise more control over your appetites and live a balanced, satisfactory life.



I encourage you to give this book a try and find out for yourself.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Definition and the Description of Dopamine

Chapter 2: The Dopamine Seeking-Reward Loop

Chapter 3: Dopamine Levels Fluctuate Throughout Migraines

Chapter 4: Dopamine Fasting

Chapter 5: Tonic Levels of Dopamine Lubricate Moment of Superfluidity

Chapter 6: Obesity, Drug Dependencies, and Dopamine

Chapter 7: Is Food Dependency an Actual Thing?

Chapter 1: The Definition and the Description of Dopamine

Dopamine is referred to as the feel-good neurotransmitter-- a chemical that ferryboats info between nerve cells. The brain releases it when we are eating food that we yearn for or at the time that we make love, contributing to feelings of pleasure and satisfaction as part of the reward system. That essential neuro-chemical boosts mood, inspiration, and attention, and helps regulate movement, learning, and psychological responses.

How Dopamine Influences Conduct

In lab experiments, dopamine prompts a rat to press a lever for food again and again. This is no different in people, it is the reason we partake in more than one helping of cake. This press-the-lever action definitely applies to addiction too. People with low levels of dopamine may be more prone to addiction; a person looking for satisfaction via drugs or alcohol or food needs higher and higher levels of dopamine.

How does dopamine make you feel?

Dopamine triggers you to want something, to desire, look for, and search for it. It surges your overall level of stimulation and your goal-directed behavior. Dopamine makes you curious about ideas and fuels your looking for information.Dopamine creates reward-seeking loops in the sense that people will repeat pleasant conduct, from checking Instagram to taking drugs.

What does it mean to say someone has high levels of dopamine?

A person with high levels of dopamine, whether as a result of character or to a transient-- perhaps chemically induced state-- can

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