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TEC - The Entrepreneurs Club Message Board › why others are highly motivated...written by connie

why others are highly motivated...written by connie

A former member
Post #: 12
The Basal Ganglia of the Brain integrates Feeling and Movement and
controls Pleasure, Motor behaviors, Motivation
prepared by connie dello buono of 408-854-1883 a financial rep who lives in San Jose California
Motivation to Succeed
Most successful or highly motivated people have heightened dopamine or basal ganglia states. Low dopamine state or high serotonin levels result in decreased motivation. Headaches are mostly associated with increased muscle tension related to overactive basal ganglia activity.
The basal ganglia of the brain maintain the balance of the two most important brain chemicals or neurotransmitters or brain hormones: dopamine and serotonin. Focus, follow-through and motivation are achieved with dopamine that acts as psycho-stimulant just like coffee.
Panic disorder can be calmed by soothing your basal ganglia, finding balance in the dopamine and serotonin levels of our brain by: retraining our thoughts and actions (hypnosis, sleep, brain food and others), feeding our brain with nutritive food, preventing toxins (food chemicals such as soda, aspartame, moldy food, bacteria), presence of love (happy memories or relationship for positive bonding) and stress.
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