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Most people know and know in detail how harmful sugar can be to your health. However, they do not know how it can have negative effects on their brain. Anything that is consumed in excess is harmful, including fructose; Here you can read the 5 harmful effects on the brain produced by sugar.
The effects of sugar on the brain
A study by researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles indicated a positive relationship between the consumption of fructose, another form of sugar, and cell aging, while a study conducted by a A team of scientists from the University of Montreal and Boston College, linked excess glucose consumption to memory and cognitive deficiencies.
1. Cause addiction
Many will wonder how it is possible for a person to become addicted to sugar. However, this has become a real and very worrying fact. Everything results in that the taste buds become activated due to sugar and send certain signals to the brain. When this happens, the reward pathways cause dopamine to increase.
By ingesting sugar excessively, these pathways will become overstimulated; causing addiction attacks. Loss of control and cravings for sugar become greater and greater.
2. Damages memory and learning skills
A study conducted found that consuming too much sugar causes the brain to slow down. The synapse in the brain is completely affected. Also, it should be noted that neurotrophins are produced in less quantity. This has a very negative effect, since the formation of new memories is impaired. Similarly, without these proteins it is impossible for the brain to learn.
3- Contributes to depression
The mood is also affected when they consume too much sugar. For those who have this problem, it is normal to experience frequent spikes in sugar. When it is low, the mood changes; causing anxiety, moodiness or depression.
In addition to the low and high blood sugar, another negative effect is that neurotransmitters are interfered with. Serotonin is responsible for stimulating the mood, after the consumption of a food with sugar. However, the body has a restricted amount to release, which when depleted leads to depressive symptoms.
4- It is related to dementia and Alzheimer's
The neurotrophic factor is affected by excess fructose and this prevents new memories from being formed. Studies are still being done to determine if chronic use leads to diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer's.
The truth is, there is an unequivocal connection between these diseases and chronic sugar intake. The reduction it produces in neurotrophin allows it to be related to such conditions; even that it is considered as the trigger.
5- Inhibits the central oxytocin sensor
Sugar in uncontrolled intakes leads to serious illnesses and weight gain. In most cases they tend to be obese people who do not control food. This because the excessive consumption of fructose, inhibits the central oxytocin system. This is in charge of suppressing the appetite and eating too much.
However, since it is practically deactivated, there is nothing that tells the body that it is already full and satisfied. Therefore, the brain will not make any indications and the person continues eating.

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