The understanding of the neurotransmitter dopamine has suffered from a shallow comprehension. We understood it in the context of getting a “dopamine hit” for taking part in behavior. In her new book, Dopamine Nation, Lembke offers new information deepening our understanding of the nuanced functioning of this neurotransmitter
Humanity is loneley and heartbroken. Technology attempts to solve these issues.
In The Meaning Crisis, Vervake traces the roots back to key idea leaders, societal developments and trends, philosophical ideas, religious institutions, psychological themes, and more, attempting to uncover how we arrived in the current state of the meaning crisis.
The new show, Nine Perfect Strangers, is now streaming its fourth episode on Hulu. The show is based on the 2018 book of the same name, by Lian Moriarty.
During the time I was really into the Apple Watch idea, I was bothered by one key component. It seemed very obvious, though I tried to ignore it. I fought my instinct to be repelled and tried to overcome. It seemed sacrilege to say out loud. My thoughts would fall on judgmental, deaf ears.
The Apple Watch is an ugly timepiece.
Our cultural food habits and the supply chain in which these functions are leading us to fatigue, obesity, diabetes, and a large part in the mental health crisis.
The experience of Flow causes us to become the architects, not simply the beneficiary of life’s meaning.
Flow triggers work by either increasing neurochemicals that cause flow or by lessening the cognitive load allowing for focus.
Maybe you’ve had the same fantasy, you’re fully engaged, energized, passionate, and living the life of your dreams. You’re rising to your potential and pushing beyond. You’re reaching your highest aims, connected with your “people” and still having more gas left in the tank.