Are Bad Habits Hijacking Your Brain and Wrecking PCOS Weight Control?

Addictive behavior like eating high carb food can “hijack” your brain’s reward system. And it could explain why you find it difficult to control your weight for better management of your PCOS symptoms.
 
In your brain, dopaminergic pathways linked to pleasure connect your limbic system, which is responsible for emotion, with your hippocampus, which is responsible for memory.
 
The combination etches rewarding behaviors into the brain with strong, even seductive, memories. This is as true of food as it is of addictive drugs like nicotine and cocaine. The problem arises when memories of pleasure and cravings for a repeat of the experience take over your life.
 
More tomorrow on new insights into food addiction.


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