Facebook Impacts Brain Similar To Cocaine, Gambling – ValueWalk Premium

Facebook Impacts Brain Similar To Cocaine, Gambling

Facebook impacts the brain in a similar way to cocaine, gambling and other substance and compulsive addictions, says a new study.


Facebook stimulates parts of brain in ways similar to cocaine
Cocaine, gambling, trading can involve incredible highs – and lows. The quest for the rush of excitement, the feeling of invincible confidence and shear ecstasy can turn from an occasional habit to a daily need, as appears to be the case with "the social network."

Researchers studying brain imaging patterns noted that FB users were stimulated in . . .

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