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Neuropraxis

, Volume 4, Issue 6, pp 134–138 | Cite as

Overgevoeligheid en verslaving

  • Ton Schoffelmeer
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Abstract

Recent dierexperimenteel onderzoek heeft aangetoond dat blootstelling aan verslavende stoffen, te weten alcohol, nicotine, heroïne, cocaïne en amfetamine, leidt tot langdurige veranderingen van de prikkeloverdracht in het motivationeel (mesocorticolimbisch) systeem van de hersenen, waardoor er een blijvende overgevoeligheid ontstaat voor de effecten van deze psychoactieve stoffen en voor aan het gebruik geassocieerde omgevingsstimuli (cues).

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