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Fighting your cravings: Researchers identify new brain circuits that can help curb junk food cravings

https://naturalnews.com/2019-06-05-new-brain-circuits-that-can-curb-junk-food-cravings.html

Fighting your cravings: Researchers identify new brain circuits that can help curb junk food cravings Wednesday, June 05, 2019 by: Edsel Cook anti-obesity , binge eating , brain function , brain health , cravings , dieting behavior , Diets , discovery , eating behavior , fatty food , fatty foods , fightobesity , goodhealth , goodscience , hunger , junk food , low-fat diets , neuromedin , obesity , overeating , overweight , prevention , research , weight gain Bypass ...

Hunger makes you better: Neural circuits in the brain drive improved physical performance and heightens motivation

https://naturalnews.com/2020-09-28-brain-neural-circuit-help-improve-physical-performance.html

Hunger makes you better: Neural circuits in the brain drive improved physical performance and heightens motivation Monday, September 28, 2020 by: Virgilio Marin brain function , brain health , discoveries , eating motivation , food cravings , goodscience , hunger , mind body science , nervous system , neural circuit , neurons , real science , research , weight gain Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/452531.html Copy ...

Can compulsive hoarding and kleptomania be explained by neuroscience? Researchers identify the neurons responsible for "object craving"

https://naturalnews.com/2018-05-26-can-compulsive-hoarding-and-kleptomania-be-explained-by-neuroscience.html

Researchers identify the neurons responsible for “object craving” Saturday, May 26, 2018 by: Edsel Cook brain circuits , Brain disorders , brain function , brain health , compulsive hoarding , hoarding , hunting behavior , hunting instinct , hypothalamus , kleptomania , Mental Disorders , mental health , neural circuits , neuroscience , object craving , obsessive behavior , optogenetics , shopping addiction , weird science - (Natural News ) Neuroscience ...

The neuroscience behind overeating: How our brain responds in anticipation of food or water

https://naturalnews.com/2018-07-15-the-neuroscience-behind-overeating.html

The neuroscience behind overeating: How our brain responds in anticipation of food or water Sunday, July 15, 2018 by: Edsel Cook brain circuits , Homeostasis , hunger , hunger hormones , neural circuits , neuroscience , obesity , overeating , thirst , vasopressin - (Natural News ) Harvard neuroscientists have identified a group of neurons in the brain that prepares the body for consumption of food and drink. ... The next step for the BIDMC research team ...

Same pheromones that trigger sexual attraction in females also found to trigger AGGRESSION in males

https://naturalnews.com/2017-07-01-same-pheromones-that-trigger-sexual-attraction-in-females-also-found-to-trigger-aggression-in-males.html

The study, which was carried out in mice, shows how different brain circuits in females and males can turn chemical signals into sexual behavior or aggression. ... Different circuits used depending on gender The scientists noted that the ESP1 signal in the amygdala took different circuits in males and females. "...

Scientists are now creating brains in a dish to find solutions for mental illness

https://naturalnews.com/2017-05-12-scientists-are-new-creating-brains-in-a-dish-to-fight-mental-disorders.html

In fact, the scientists have already managed to recreate the abnormal brain circuits of a fetus with Timothy syndrome, a rare birth defect that leads to heart problems, autism, epilepsy, and even death in early childhood. ... “Our method of assembling and carefully characterizing neuronal circuits in a dish is opening up new windows through which we can view the normal development of the fetal human brain.” "...

Exercise really does improve brain power

https://naturalnews.com/039363_aerobic_exercise_brain_power_health.html

These connected areas are known as brain circuits or networks, and they're now thought to be at least as important, if not more so, than isolated brain structures. ... Walking for better brain health One of these circuits, known as the default mode network (DMN), dominates activity in brains of people who are daydreaming or passively observing their surroundings. "...

Scientists can change your good memories into bad ones by manipulating brain cells

https://naturalnews.com/046752_memories_brain_cells_mind_control.html

Has a bad experience ever made you cringe when thinking about returning to the place where it happened? ... Publishing their findings in the journal Nature, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have discovered that brain circuits can be activated and altered to invoke memories in varying emotional contexts. "...

Which brain cells are active during deep sleep – and how do they affect memory formation?

https://naturalnews.com/2019-11-05-active-brain-cells-deep-sleep-affect-memory-formation.html

Which brain cells are active during deep sleep – and how do they affect memory formation? ... MCH neurons responsible for REM sleep appear in all animals The MUSC-Yale functional activity map identified brain circuits associated with certain behaviors. "...

Understanding observational learning: Why we are able to learn from other people's mistakes

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-19-understanding-observational-learning-why-we-are-able-to-learn-from-other-peoples-mistakes.html

Understanding observational learning: Why we are able to learn from other people’s mistakes Tuesday, June 19, 2018 by: Edsel Cook Brain , brain activity , brain circuits , brain function , experiences , goodscience , learning behavior , mind body science , observational learning , research , science - (Natural News ) Humans learn from mistakes – but those errors don’t have to be their own, an article in Science Daily states . ... Find out how ...

Understanding cravings: Food preferences are linked to dietary needs; dopamine may play a role in what you choose to eat, research suggests

https://naturalnews.com/2018-08-17-understanding-cravings-food-preferences-are-linked-to-dietary-needs.html

“Flies have been a great model system for brain research so we can learn a lot about how our own brain circuits work by peeking inside the heads of flies. ... Learn more about the mechanisms of the brain that affect behavior at MindBodyScience.news . "...

Tempting by design: Study reveals exposure to "food cues" increases a person's cravings

https://naturalnews.com/2020-03-31-exposure-to-food-cues-increases-cravings.html

Tempting by design: Study reveals exposure to “food cues” increases a person’s cravings Tuesday, March 31, 2020 by: Franz Walker badhealth , behavior , brain function , brain reward center , discoveries , food cravings , food cues , mind body science , nucleus accumbens , obesity , research , sexual activity , weight gain Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/412065.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Ever wonder why you sometimes get cravings ...

Could hibernating animals help us treat Alzheimer's? Scientists say yes

https://naturalnews.com/2019-06-05-could-hibernating-animals-help-us-treat-alzheimers-scientists-say-yes.html

The animal displayed the ability to get rid of brain structures made from tau protein that cropped up during its deep sleep. ... In response, the brain alters its metabolism and physical structures to improve the chances of its cells surviving the cold. "...

Neuroscientists look at brain stimulation as an alternative treatment for depression

https://naturalnews.com/2018-05-13-neuroscientists-look-at-brain-stimulation-as-an-alterative-treatment-for-depression.html

Neuroscientists look at brain stimulation as an alternative treatment for depression Sunday, May 13, 2018 by: Edsel Cook alternative medicine , anti-depressive behavior , Anxiety , brain circuits , brain function , brain health , Brain Stimulation , causes of depression , depression , depression treatment , depressive behavior , Ent stimulation , entorhinal cortex , hippocampus , inventions , major depressive disorder , medical science , mental ...

Even fruit flies think before they act: first evidence of consciousness fragments in insects

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"Before a decision is made, brain circuits collect information like a bucket collects water," added Dr. "...

Can medically supervised psilocybin treatments address behavioral and psychiatric disorders?

https://naturalnews.com/2019-12-05-psilocybin-treatment-can-address-behavioral-disorders.html

Thursday, December 05, 2019 by: Darnel Fernandez alternative medicine , beatdepression , brain function , brain health , cognitive function , depression , food cures , food is medicine , functional food , goodfood , goodhealth , goodmedicine , magic mushrooms , mental health , natural cures , natural medicine , Naturopathy , phytonutrients , stopsmoking Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/388141.html Copy URL - (Natural News ) Magic mushrooms ...

Surprising new study may help scientists stop cancer from occurring in the first place

https://naturalnews.com/2019-06-05-surprising-new-study-may-help-scientists-stop-cancer.html

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Microgravity and radiation: Astronauts headed to Mars will face many health challenges

https://naturalnews.com/2018-09-13-astronauts-headed-to-mars-will-face-many-health-challenges.html

Microgravity also affects the neurovestibular system, or the set of neural sensory, motor, and brain circuits that manages balance, vision, and orientation. "...

Daily self-weighing can help prevent holiday and vacation weight gain, suggests study

https://naturalnews.com/2019-12-15-daily-self-weighing-can-prevent-holiday-weight-gain.html

Sources include: ScienceDaily.com OnlineLibrary.Wiley.com CDC.gov DailyMail.Co.uk Healthline.com Previous :9 Exercises for upper back pain relief Next : Inspired by photosynthesis in plants, researchers create liquid fuel with just water and carbon dioxide - More news on binge eating Eat healthily and don’t overindulge: 5 holiday weight gain facts Daily self-weighing can help prevent holiday and vacation weight gain, suggests study Fighting your cravings: Researchers identify new brain circuits ...

Eat healthily and don't overindulge: 5 holiday weight gain facts

https://naturalnews.com/2020-07-29-eat-healthily-5-holiday-weight-gain-facts.html

Sources include: GoodHousekeeping.com Healthline.com Previous :Understanding emotional overeating: Why you overeat and how to manage your eating habits Next : Food security under threat – Study links dwindling bee populations to decreasing crop yields in America - More news on binge eating Eat healthily and don’t overindulge: 5 holiday weight gain facts Daily self-weighing can help prevent holiday and vacation weight gain, suggests study Fighting your cravings: Researchers identify new brain ...