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Why is dopamine important?

Asked by T. Wikati, Last updated: Sep 10, 2020

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W. Mocroft

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Answered Mar 05, 2019

Dopamine is something that is made in the brain and kidneys of the human body. It is also found in plants. It is very important for your body to produce dopamine. They serve as a neurotransmitter which means that it helps get messages to the brain. If you don’t get messages to the brain, then you will be confused. There are times when their neurotransmitters are not making their way to the brain. Then this results in certain ailments Dopamine is something that is made in the brain and kidneys of the human body. It is also found in
Also, illegal drugs can cause neurotransmitters to be blocked. There are different types of messages that are sent to the brain. Control over your motor skills and reinforcement are two things that fall under the category of messages to the brain.

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