San Diego News
- Written by NAPSI
- Category: Sports News
- Published: 09 January 2014
San Diego, California (NAPSI) - Each year, many Americans experience “Heartbreak Monday,” the start of the workweek following the Super Bowl when reality sets in: The football season is over.
Dr. Angelos Halaris, the medical director of adult psychiatry at LoyolaUniversityMedicalCenter, explains: “When a person engages in a pleasurable activity, such as watching a football game, a neurotransmitter [brain chemical] called dopamine is released in a part of the brain called the nucleus accumbens. When the pleasurable activity ends, the person is left with a feeling of deprivation.”*
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*LoyolaUniversityMedicalCenter, loyolamedicine.org, January 30, 2013