Friday, 26 February 2016

There is No Such Thing as Too Much Dopamine as an Ailment


Serving as an example of another perfect inaccuracy in medical attribution, there exist recommendations of lowering dopamine to deal with certain behavioural issues, such as impulsive behaviour, including addiction - neither of which are caused by having too much dopamine, but by the connectivity of a brain having considered in a manner, or been collapsed into a manner, which guides behaviour down such avenues. The high dopamine is caused by the low consideration - and not the impulsiveness (which is a product of low consideration) caused by high dopamine.

Diverting attention from the actual root causes of those behaviours, which is the consideration that guides them, to dopamine, has deadly repercussions for millions of people around the world, and creates an atmosphere of ignorance that prevents truthful physiological understanding arising so that and real and positive resolutions can be had.


Considering is the work of a brain that requires dopamine, and which forms the connections in a brain that guide a person's behaviour - and well-considered connectivity is what normalizes a brain.

A person who has reduced normalization in their brain by making determinations can be vulnerable to impulsive tendencies, and may also have a surplus of dopamine availability from reducing the amount of work their brain is doing. The issue there isn't too much dopamine, but a lack of connection-forming consideration to make use of the dopamine that's available - and this state is called being a sociopath / psychopath.

When a person has impulsive tendencies (which can occur where there is dopamine deficiency as well), the sickness is not the dopamine that is available, but the manner in which the person has considered their mind. Dopamine doesn't make a person impulsive anyway - it is what gives a person all their control over their mind, and their potential for the mental work that is considering. And what they consider will develop the pathway that will guide their behaviours.

It is not justified, or appropriate to blame dopamine availability for particular people's behaviour, and then restrict everyone's access to dopamine so that hundreds of millions of mental stress sufferers are tortured and exploited, just so that sociopaths and psychopaths do not need to admit to and confront their personal flaws and selfishness.

As it is, the people with the problems inside of themselves are the ones designating institutional ailments and treatments. They're saying that any number of innocent people need to suffer and be denied their deserved cure, so that they can continue being well-comforted while playing out a facade.

In an act of ultimate irresponsibility, they are imposing the penalty of their own guilt onto people who have done nothing wrong. And they profit heavily as the main benefactors from the torture it causes those people, both financially, and in ill-gained reputations within society as carers of people - whose problems they are the cause of, as well as obstructions to the needed cure, as if profiteering off the suffering of others is the sociopath's reward for ensuring that the suffering persists.

Now that I have elucidated the matter and corrected the attribution of fault in an impulsive person from dopamine to a lack of sound consideration, there is no longer justification for withholding the proper treatment from those who need it. Sociopaths need to learn to consider, and people with mental stress need powerful dopamine increases.


If a person has impulsive tendencies, then it isn't directly because of dopamine in any way. Though if a person has allowed pathways to consider which cause impulsiveness, having dopamine available will have a role in helping enable those pathways to be engaged. But having dopamine available is also what will enable it to be corrected by considering - a person cannot make one change in their brain, for good or bad, apart from having available dopamine.

Addressing an issue by clamping down dopamine is only masking the problem, and is not addressing it at its root. And thinking of dopamine reduction as a tool to avoid the problem has very harmful, including deadly consequences for millions of people who require increased dopamine to be healthy and in control of their lives.

Decreasing dopamine is not a solution to anything, and is running away from personal responsibility. And it is only even conjectured to be a solution because those who suggest it are only personally familiar with having a consistent high level of dopamine, and with no alternate experience to contrast their own with, they are left egregiously unfamiliar with dopamine's actual effect and importance - and this makes the things that they propose and impose on other people based in ignorance and hypocrisy.

A person who is familiar with dopamine is not going to choose to lower it to address any specific problem, because lowering it will reduce the capability and quality of a great many things. Lowering dopamine only stands a chance to reduce impulsive behaviour by reducing work potential of a brain enough so that there's no extra capability to engage considerations further than basic awareness. Awareness itself will be decreased, as will positive experience of senses, critical thinking capability, creative expression, visual depth perception, aural articulation, energy, and more.

Lowering dopamine lowers a person's capability to experience, perceive, and engage life, and lowering dopamine to address a particular behavioural problem would be like a person responding to having a messy home by having their sight, smell, and touch disabled so that they don't encounter their messy home's unpleasantness, rather that tending to the mess by cleaning it up.

Lowering dopamine is avoiding a problem, rather than dealing with it, and it is a selfish approach because it also encourages the continued victimization of many people who are being denied the dopamine they fundamentally require to be healthy, and to experience and enjoy life.


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