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Once we better understand the brain regions, pathways, and neurotransmitters involved in memory, anxiety, and fear—and how these can be altered—we can develop more precise strategies to treat diseases.Eight ways scientists are unwrapping the mysteries of the human brain|Hannah Thomasy|August 25, 2021|MIT Technology Review
In fact, meditation has been shown to trigger neurotransmitters that help handle anxiety.
The placebos didn’t end up having any significant effect, which bolsters the case that this is a physiological effect—a result of, say, enhanced blood flow to the brain or elevated levels of neurotransmitters.How to Choose the Right Dose of Exercise for Your Brain|Alex Hutchinson|May 28, 2021|Outside Online
The dexterity — the neurotransmitters that your brain puts out should just as easily be able to do the toes as they can the hands.
Finger-like projections from the ends of axons release neurotransmitters.Search for ‘rewards’ is big driver in remodeling a teen’s brain|Silke Schmidt|April 22, 2021|Science News For Students
Protein stimulates a neurotransmitter in your brain called orexin.
It influences how our brains respond to dopamine, a feel-good neurotransmitter unleashed by new and rewarding experiences.
Parkinson's wreaks havoc by affecting nerve cells in the brain that make the neurotransmitter called dopamine.
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Any one of a number of chemicals that are used to transmit nerve signals across a synapse. They are sprayed from the end of the “upstream” nerve cell and absorbed by receptors in the “downstream” cell.