EP 444: What I Wish I Knew Before My First Drink – Bison Hunting and Raspberries

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Check out Annie’s 4-part video series called, What I Wish I Knew Before My First Drink. In this first episode, Annie talks about the idea of bison hunting and raspberries.

Find out how dopamine can trick the brain by making us feel like we want something even though we might not necessarily like it.

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Highlights of Bison Hunting and Raspberries

Dopamine helps us survive and feel good. But, if we have abnormal levels of it in the system dopamine will “hack” our brains and make us continue doing things that we don’t even really enjoy. Check out the highlights for details:

  • Dopamine is produced by the brain as a survival mechanism
  • In the early days, bison hunting or finding raspberries caused a dopamine release
  • Abnormal levels of dopamine “hacks” your brain and causes you to want more
  • Find out how alcohol affects dopamine levels
  • What do addictive substances have in common?
  • Why your brain thinks you can’t survive without addictive substances

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Listen to the entire podcast to hear why alcohol advertisers use their knowledge of dopamine to target younger drinkers.

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