Join us on 5 December to hear from author Ginny Smith about her book Overloaded: how every aspect of your life is influenced by your brain chemicals
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From adrenaline to dopamine, our lives are shaped by brain chemicals. They are the hormones and neurotransmitters that our brains run on. These chemicals create our fondest memories, influence how we make decisions, who we love, and dictate basic survival drives such as hunger, fear and sleep. Molecules like adrenaline, dopamine and serotonin may commonly crop up in headlines, but how much do we really know about how hormones and neurotransmitters control every aspect of our lives?
In this hour-long live and interactive webinar, Ginny Smith, author of Overloaded: how every aspect of your life is influenced by your brain chemicals explores how tiny molecules affect everything we do. You will learn about the roles chemicals play in every facet of our lives.
What roles do cortisol and adrenaline play in memory formation? How do hormones and neurotransmitters affect the trajectory of our romantic relationships? Ginny will introduce scientists at the cutting-edge of brain chemistry research who are uncovering unexpected connections between these crucial chemicals. You will learn about real-world examples of how neurochemicals, and their manipulation, impact every part of our lives. Ginny will take you on an eye-opening journey through the remarkable world of neurotransmitters, unveiling the chemicals inside each of us that touch all aspects of our lives.
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About the book
Utilising her knowledge of brain chemistry, author of Overloaded: how every aspect of your life is influenced by your brain chemicals Ginny Smith explores how brain chemicals shape our lives and control us. They are the hormones and neurotransmitters that our brains run on, and Overloaded looks at the roles they play in all aspects of our experiences, from how we make decisions, who we love, what we remember to basic survival drives such as hunger, fear and sleep.