Role of stress in drug addiction
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Stress brain system limits the brain reward system driving drug seeking and taking through negative reinforcement. Stress-related hormones disrupt the hippocampus, amygdala, and prefrontal cortex, inducing/aggravating craving and relapse. Early life stress increases stress-sensitivity/responsiveness and impairs inhibitory control involved in drug addiction. Stress reduction-based interventions and social policies provide a promising approach to reduce the burden of addiction.
The crucial role of stress in drug addiction and highlights the need to incorporate the social context where brain-behaviour relationships unfold into the current model of addition.
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