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When two dogs attempt to share an ice cream cone…this happens

By on July 24, 2014
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Watch and enjoy this funny video, It is a wonderful dopamine producer!

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter which helps one cell communicate with another cell..sounds a little bit dull, until we realize that dopamine is a crucial factor in the reward-motivation circuit and is a pleasure producer! It is the hedonistic hormone! It is also a crucial factor in learning and retaining information. When dopamine is present during a learning experience the information is remembered and recalled more easily than when dopamine isn’t present. If the “reward center” of the brain is activated, the region that increases motivation and interest in activities then dopamine is being released. As the interest in an activity increases the more dopamine is released, the more we are motivated towards a goal or activity the more dopamine is released. These increases in dopamine help us to remember information far more readily.

So how do we increase dopamine in order to help ourselves or other learn and retain information? This is simple! Make it fun, make sure you are presenting the learnings in a fun, novel, exciting way. The days of sitting behind a desk and copying from the chalkboard or listening to someone read their handout or their powerpoint presentation are way gone. In our center when we are teaching hypnosis or NLP we are always doing fun creative activities that serve to create vast amounts of dopamine to ensure the learnings are happening on the deepest unconscious level!

So enjoy this video and just wait for that moment when you laugh out loud, knowing that you are not only having fun , but also giving yourself a dopamine rush that you will remember!

 

In a YouTube video posted last month that has amassed more than 200,000 views the dogs’ owner announces that she bought them an ice cream cone. It may sound like the owner is playing favorites, but as the video continues, we quickly understand that Daisys preferential treatment is purely out of necessity. So what happens when Cooper gets his turn? Disclaimer: WebMD and other pet experts do not recommend feeding dogs dairy products, as it can lead to upset puppy tummies and allergies. When two dogs attempt to share an ice cream cone…this happens – Pets

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