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Scientists explain emotional ‘blunting’ caused by common antidepressants

Scientists explain emotional ‘blunting’ caused by common antidepressants

Scientists have worked out why common anti-depressants cause around a half of users to feel emotionally ‘blunted’. They show that the drugs affect reinforcement learning, an important behavioral process that allows us to learn from our environment.

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Michael Jannicelli

Michael Jannicelli - "A PROVEN BUSINESS FIRESTARTER & BRANDING GENIUS" a true natural born Trendsetter. • Created over 100 products under 3 brands, sold in 30+ countries worldwide and influencing youth across the globe. • Featured in Forbes magazine +over 100 print publications, television talk shows, major motion pictures and national radio stations. • Co-founder and VP of Bliss beverage USA and President/co-founder of Socko International - fastest growing privately held beverage company in US (Forbes) with Hogan Energy & Raw Energy WWE. • Co-founder of Throwdown Industries (2003) - leading brand in multibillion dollar Impact/Action Sports Market (products designed for superior MN • Diagnosed with auto-immune diseases aged 13; using his experience to help others and promote a positive message while developing edgy products to benefit people with chronic illness.

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