Xlnt! Subscribed and looking forward to seeing more. Thanks!
I need a treatment for my mid brains
I started intermittent fasting, and 24 hour fasting once per week. Once the sugar is out of your body, you no longer crave it, and a lot of other addictions go away also.
Can I ask why, if the brain has this reaction to a substance, that some people can stop or moderate and others smash their life to pieces ? What makes the difference ?
Great explanation but I wish it also talked about recovery and how it helps rewire the addicted brain
Thank you for that knowledge. My son has been addicted for 30 yrs. Thinks he is still in control
What is the difference between alcohol and drugs?
This is the most informative video I've ever seen about how drugs and alcohol effect the brain. It should be shown to all young teens.
what if you take drugs just towice a week could that lead to addiction
Bet addiction is the bad of all. I am addicted , itd damage my brain to the most
Addiction is not an illness. It's a choice that you told yourself you could control and then you realized you couldn't. I'm an addict to 2 drugs. It's my own damn fault.
I have question: Not about drugs or alchohol addiction. I've been drinking coca cola and pepsi almost every day since my mid to late teens and am now nearing my late thirties which I've always been told is pretty heavy on caffeine which can cause addiction. I tried going a few days without coke or pepsi a few months back and found that after about five days I was perfectly fine. No headaches no shakes no muscle spasms or anything(started drink again mainly out of boredom and being unable to find an enjoyable cola substitute). I spoke to a friend of mine who always consumes coke and pepsi several times daily and he said if he goes more than a few hours without a drink he gets bad headaches and becomes very irritable. I'm just wondering how I have could drunk the stuff so long without devoloping a dependency? Is this kind of thing common or could I be somehow naturally resistant to addictive substances? I've never taken drugs or been prescribed addictive tablets from a doctor so I have no experience on how those addictions might hit a person.
Better than Sanjay Gupta's explanation on the news by far. In looking for scientific/anatomical discussion – I watched his explanation for about 15 annoying seconds (well – maybe the news anchor person interrupting his comments every few moments was also impeding the flow of his analysis to be fair to SG) and then clicked onto this segment. Informative in a scientific way – and well presented. Many thanks.
thank you so much for making this awesome video I really the way you do lecture those info . My best regard
my husband have Huntingtons and he use marihuana i don't use drugs
I'm love the program can you talk about Huntington lake what happened w you use marihuana
Such a great way to break it down for people not in recovery to grasp it in a way that actually makes sense. (Such as the family of the person caught in addiction) ) I love how this starts with explaining how the prefrontal cortex is responsible for executive decisions, and ends with the explanation of how the brain is impacted to such a degree that the executive decision of discontinued use is not able to be made. Thank you for this video.
Drugs do not unleash dopamine but Demons.
Great video! You've explained everything in simple words. Thanks.
interesting when certain people are under the influence of alcohol or drugs sometimes they can have a different effect out of the way there thinking in the process
for example you could get one character who is hyperactive when he's under the influence of this particular addiction
you can have another subject where you goes completely quiet and when this particular person becomes particularly quiet is observing and thinking his face in his own head
why the other person is explaining their thoughts outloud become more of a talkable character
but if you have too much of these contents such as alcohol you are unable to speak your words unable to use your thought process you become too sluggish
now it depends certain drugs can have affect where you become more of talk about character
this is only when you are taking this on a now and again basis
no addiction is where a person is constantly taking it but space it out after a day but he wants to get that particular high back for example with person can be constantly drinking alcohol but he's unable to think of his rational thoughts is it a good thing or a bad thing
taking drugs what people under the influence on sometimes they can get to a reduction but it's going to take time in process first time ever when you take it it feels great feels amazing girl that rush through the intensity feel the the energy then after a bit he was slowly start dying down but you still have a craving for more
it depends how you look at this in a contents yes lead down to a addiction but also it can be tested as well that you can come away from this without any support
What about the pornography and masturbation addiction? I'm experiencing chronic fatigue syndrome -like symptoms and a lot of depression. Constantly watching the porn makes our bran full with some chemical messengers and neurotransmitters like dopamine and norepinephrine as well as serotonin and so on. After they years of exposure our brain's reward system creates a new pathway that demands more excitement, that's because of neuroplasticity. And after some time again, the brain totally "exhausted" and wants to get rid of excess chemicals in it and shuts down or depletes neurons which is responsible for some transmitters, especially dopamine. Amygdala and hippocamus are now craving to die for it but neurons are already depleted. Result? The man fu…d up and depressed and all his or her internal organs not working properly because of chemical imbalance and dopamine dysregulation syndrome. What do you think about it?
Its friday, Im thinking about having some beers tonight or not.. I dont want it anymnore… wasted a lot of yeasr fighting against alchohol… now I know the guilty.. I will try to silence my midbrain.. congratulations for the video! thanx from Brazil.
Thanks for the sharing this video with us.
I wish non-addicted people could understand this and see rehab is not only about will power and moral strength.
Great film. I wish that more people understood this. Teaching my clients this aspect has always been part of my practice
He keeps saying drugs and/or alcohol as if it's the same thing. This is not true.
So is dopamine is triggered before we give in to the crave or the drug use or after? thanks
I'm doing a university research and this helped me a lot so thank you so much!!!
I found this very interesting, thank you.
I'm here cuz meh teacher wants my class to watch this… ._.
Excellent, professional video and content. Thank you.
Thanks, great explaining. Please come up with a video about the damaging side effects of Marijuana and LSD. There is a huge advocacy for those dangerous addictions .
very helpful, thank you
what neurobiological changes take place during the transition from non-addicted to addicted brain?
beter explain thx u but if information include with drug used by abuser it will be beter,,……
May I suggest explaining how stress causes the midbrain to shut down the prefrontal cortex?When stressed (e.g. being chased by a tiger) the midbrain sees the slow thinking prefrontal cortex as a liability, so it shuts down the prefrontal cortex, and the person reacts emotionally, quickly, but is literally unable to think and reason and consider future consequences. Great if you're being chased by a tiger; disastrous if the person has an addiction problem. They turn to their drug which alleviates stress, but are literally unable to think and reason and make a choice and stop themselves from using.
Thanks for the video. Very helpful.
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