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Brain's reward system


Is your reward system functioning optimally?ūü߆

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The feeling of pleasure is how a healthy brain identifies and reinforces beneficial behaviors, such as eating, socializing, and sex. Whenever the reward circuit is activated by a pleasurable experience there is a burst of dopamine. The dopamine system is at the root of our drive for achievement.

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ūüíČIn the addicted brain, drugs (and behavioral addictions like gambling, for that matter) hijack the dopamine system so that the addiction takes priority over anything else. After taking drugs, the brain is flooded with dopamine, which is initially pleasurable. However, as neurons sense, an excess of neurotransmitters, both production, and transmission of dopamine will be reduced. Less natural dopamine makes it difficult to enjoy simple pleasures like eating or being outside, and the user now feels unmotivated, joyless, and/or depressed.

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ūüĎČCan you relate?

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Maybe your destructive habits and addictions depleted your dopamine stores or decreased the level of dopamine receptors, that's why you feel so stressed, anxious, and unhappy.

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It's possible that your brain's reward system is dysregulated. However, let's keep in mind that your brain is very plastic. You can rewire your brain and live a happy life without addictions.ūü߆

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If you're interested in improving your life and changing your brain, contact us. We're a team of neuroplasticity specialists who can help you in fixing any dysregulation in your brain.

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Visit our website:hpbrain.org.

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