This “dopamine trick” fixes overeating, smoking, etc.

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Not long ago, I showed you some striking results from a late 1970s study popularly known as the “Rat Park” experiment.

The rats who got to live in Rat Park – where they had a challenging and fulfilling life (for a rat) – chose not to self-medicate with addictive chemicals.

The rats who didn’t get to live in Rat Park – who lived in bad and un-fun rat environments – tended to self-medicate when they had morphine available on tap.

Rats who were already “addicted” to morphine chose not to use it when they got to live in the exciting and socially-stimulating Rat Park.

They chose to get off chemicals altogether.

And yet, the model for alcohol or chemical addiction today is that “addiction is a disease”. And that you have to treat the addiction by treating the disease.

(Addiction can mean too much ANYTHING: eating, drinking, cell phone or Facebook use… any compulsion that’s hurting you and your life…)

But this model of addiction, which has been demonstrated to be false, leads us to focus on the wrong thing.

And this leads us to the good news: If you focus on the right thing, it is relatively easy to beat an addiction.

Normally, if you are happy and healthy, consuming a bit of alcohol makes you feel good by raising dopamine levels in your brain.

Dopamine makes you feel good.

However, if you consume alcohol when you are stressed out, you tend not to get that rise in dopamine.

In the rat study, the rats were allowed to consume alcohol if they wanted to.

The researchers stressed out some rats, and those rats became “addicted” to alcohol.

In this study, stress level was calculated by measuring cortisol levels.

When those rats drank alcohol, it didn’t increase the dopamine levels in their brains. So they (the rats) kept drinking more and more, trying to make that happen.

After all, it worked for them before they became “addicted.”

For the rats who were not stressed out, alcohol did increase the dopamine levels in their brains.

And when they had that satisfying dopamine rise, they stopped drinking alcohol.

These rats did not become “addicted”, because they weren’t stressed out in the first place.

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It’s interesting that alcohol did not raise dopamine levels in the rats who were stressed.

In other words, if you have stress in your life alcohol doesn’t feel as good.

One thing that really minimizes the effects of stress on the body is to raise carbon dioxide levels in the body.

There are chemicals that can do this, and one is acetazolamide.

Rats who were given acetazolamide had higher carbon dioxide levels in their bodies.

They did not respond to stress in the same way as rats who were not given acetazolamide.

But rats given acetazolamide (carbon dioxide) before they were stressed got the same dopamine-raising effect from alcohol as non-stressed rats.

With higher carbon dioxide levels and lower stress hormone levels…

stress no longer increased ethanol self-administration.

Hang in, there’s more…

This tells us a couple of things.

First, instead of focusing on an addiction you can recover from addiction by removing stress from your life.

But you have to figure out what the stress is.

Even if you don’t know, you can lower stress levels through meditation or other changes in your life circumstances, or through cognitive therapy.

Do that and your cortisol levels will fall. The dopamine levels in your brain will start to increase.

And you will not want to continue consuming the alcohol or the chemicals.

It’s very useful to realize that addictions result from stress rather than from the “addiction is a disease” lie.

It also is useful to know that there are many ways to raise your carbon dioxide, including breathing into a paper bag and using thiamine (B1) supplements.

Any of them can be very helpful in helping you recover from the effects of stress, getting over the feelings of stress, and therefore leaving addictive behaviors behind.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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