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Title: The person who becomes addicted to alcohol or drugs is unconsciously trying to restore balance to the neurotransmitters in their brain.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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In the case of addiction, overstimulation is one of the primary contributor factors. When neurotransmitters are overstimulated, this results...

In the case of addiction, overstimulation is one of the primary contributor factors. When neurotransmitters are overstimulated, this results in too many being released at one time and a feeling of intense euphoria that people try to experience repeatedly.

When neurorotransmitters are released too frequently in too high of a supply, they eventually become depleted and malfunction. The primary causes of overstimulation are sugar, caffeine, nicotine, child abuse and neglect, excessive stress, white flour and other junk food, too many high carbohydrate foods and environmental toxins.

However, other primary contributors are genetics and nutritional deficiencies. Many people are born with some kind of a problem in their ability to produce neurotransmitters and they don't have enough dopamine, serotonin, endorphins, GABA etc., in their system and the use of alcohol and drugs gives them temporary relief since they artificially stimulate them.

Their receptors may be too short or the system isn't working properly. They may be lacking enzymes that are needed for the synthesize of neurotransmitters. This is one reason why alcoholism runs in families.

Nutritional deficiencies develop because of a poor diet high in sugar and refined foods. Adequate levels of amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals are essential for the production and function of neurotransmitters. When deficiencies are present, this results in an imbalance, depletion or disruption of neurotransmitters.

Other common causes of malfunctioning or disrupted neurotransmitters include hypoglycemia, hypothyroidism, candida overgrowth, food sensitivities and environmental toxins. Each of these overstimulate or disrupt the neurotransmitters in the brain and the person affected reaches out for alcohol and/or drugs to feel better.

Either way, the person who becomes addicted to alcohol or drugs is unconsciously trying to restore balance to the neurotransmitters in their brain. Alcohol and drugs seem to make them feel better temporarily, but ultimately make the problem worse in the long run. It becomes a vicious circle.

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