The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

Addiction, a matter of cerebral rhythm?

2021-05-12T01:31:46.951Z

DECRYPTION - Researchers have found a marker in animals to identify the subjects most at risk. We are not equal when it comes to addiction. But to date, it remains unclear whether a consumer of psychotropic products will develop problematic use leading to addiction, or whether he will be able to maintain recreational use. However, in order to put in place the most effective prevention and treatment possible, early identification of the subjects at risk seems essential. For the time being, n



We are not equal when it comes to addiction.

But to date, it remains unclear whether a consumer of psychotropic products will develop problematic use leading to addiction, or whether he will be able to maintain recreational use.

However, in order to put in place the most effective prevention and treatment possible, early identification of the subjects at risk seems essential.

For the time being, no biological marker makes it possible to make this early identification.

The experimental work of a team from Marseille, recently published in the journal

PNAS

, provides keys to understanding the mechanisms at work in the brain in the face of addiction and highlights a predictive marker in animals. risky behavior.

To discover

  • Covid-19: instructions for use of self-tests

Read also:

Why the French are addicted to drugs

"Addiction is characterized in particular by a loss of control over the consumption of the substance, but also by the fact that people with addictive behavior continue to seek and consume although they know the

This article is for subscribers only.

You have 79% left to discover.

Subscribe: 1 € the first month

Can be canceled at any time

I ENJOY IT

Already subscribed?

Log in

Source: lefigaro

All tech articles on 2021-05-12

Similar news:

You may like

News/Politics 2021-03-21T23:01:30.986Z

Trends 24h

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy