Posted by Bob P (184.108.40.206) on June 06, 2000 at 15:53:06:
Serotonin levels are also increased by the intake of addictive
substances, such as alcohol, tobacco, certain narcotics and
caffeine. A chemical withdrawal syndrome occurs when
serotonin levels plummet. These results are observed in both
experimental animals and in people.
This is from an article I found in a search for info on 5HTP. So do you think we are smoking/drinking fools because we are subconsciously trying to increase out serotonin?
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