Obsessive craving of addicts affects brain structure and function

In the Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg writes, “Scientists have studied the brains of alcoholics, smokers, and overeaters and have measured how their neurology—the structures of their brains and the flow of neurochemicals inside their skulls—changes as their cravings became ingrained. Particularly strong…
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