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TheHealthyRD 20h
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First Doctor™⚕️ Jul 31
3 hormones control our human emotions - , & . This right here is a graphic presentation of the level of these hormones during happiness, anxiety, depression & love.
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Faurelab Jul 31
New preprint from the lab. We showed that 2 contrasting effects of nicotine, reinforcement and anxiety, are mediated in concert by two parallel dopaminergic pathways. Congrats Claire Nguyen,
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NXT LVL Abu Dhabi Jul 29
Dopamine Is Great To Get You Going First Thing In The Morning! . It Is A Neurotransmitter That Has Many Roles Including Creating Feelings Of Reward & Pleasure. . Here are a few top ways to increase
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The Wellness Warrior 40m
If processed food is so bad for you, why would nature allow it to taste so good? This blog post uncovers the ugly truth about junk food.
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Heidi Iratcabal Jul 31
It may have to do with the fact that it stimulates the release of Dopamine. Dopamine functions as a neurotransmitter in the brain that plays a major role in the motivational component of reward-motivated behavior. ⠀ 🌐
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Kimberly Kotronis 6h
✅🧖‍♀️🥞🥳 🐶👶👫💑 🧘‍♀️🏃‍♀️🌞🌲🏊‍♀️ 🤣🎭🍫👯‍♀️🏋️‍♀️ Just so you know 😊
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darian_troy 48m
Vibe on this so dope Na Fr - Medhane
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Nick Norwitz Aug 2
Listen to Joe Rogan #1513 with Dr. A Huberman 56:30-1:00:00... supper cool: Brain support cells (glia) measure norepinephrine and when it hits a threshold of physical effort, you quit & dopamine helps increase threshold 🧠>💪🏽
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TheHealthyRD Jul 27
Most people know that dopamine makes you feel good. Did you know that some foods have in them? Mucuna pruriens is at the top of the list:
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James Connors Jul 27
Kitty frannn being nice for a change, weird! Lol ! (: ❤️✌🏻 @ Bakersfield, California
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The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Jul 29
of are generally slower centrally than peripherally. This review examined the possible dissociation between central D2 receptor occupancy with antipsychotics and their peripheral blood concentrations.
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Ed Milton ♭♪ ♫♭♬ Jul 31
L-tyrosine is synthesized in vivo from L-phenylalanine. is an essential amino acid that passes the blood-brain barrier. In the brain, it is a precursor for neurotransmitters , , or , and :
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Proof Positive Aug 2
Reset your mind so you ccan make massive changes in your life without distractions and addictions.
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Matty Fresco Jul 29
New Video 🙌 Out now on youtube @ Dopamine
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James Connors Aug 1
Well well well... look who wanted to say hi! Da hellcat lol (: 🥰✌🏻😂 . ! 🤘🏻🥰🧠 @…
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Jag Sharma Jul 26
Some people think that is hypnotising & programming us. What do you think?
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Lauren C. Burdick Aug 1
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James Connors Jul 31
“So fuck that little mouse, cause I’m an Albatraoz! 🎶” 🥰🤘🏻 . New nighttime, who dis? Let’s chat!<333 . ! !
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YEG Daily Jul 31
Best Candies In The World 2020 #2020
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