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    marcduthil 823 • 02/02/2018

    ampe mali https://usedopamine.com/
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    marcduthil 62 • 02/02/2018

    https://techcrunch.com/2017/02/13/dopamine-labs-slings-tools-to-boost-and-reduce-app-addiction/
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    marcduthil 139 • 02/02/2018

    I have ADHD and Todoist is really helpful for me. It changed my life! :-) As it's explained in this article it's a question of dopamine: "Motivation is the essential and irreplaceable element of success. When we’re not motivated, we fail. Haven’t we all felt that mid-task slump? When we experience even small amounts of success, our brains release dopamine, which is connected to feelings of pleasure, learning and motivation. When we feel the effects of dopamine, we’re eager to repeat the actions that resulted in success in the first place. Neuroscientists refer to this as “self-directed learning.” This is why achieving small goals is such an effective way to stay motivated during long-term projects and processes. Checking items off of a checklist releases small amounts of dopamine that then fuel us to keep checking off more items, i.e. get more done!" Todoist works very well with ADHD people because it's a great app but also because it interacts with dopamine delivery! But they still could improve that point working with companies like Dopamine Labs. The idea of this company is to introduce some "dopamine" within any app. 'Formed by two neuroscientists who received their doctorates from the University of Southern California, the company has developed what it calls a “reinforcement api” based on the duo’s complementary research at USC. The company believes that using its api — a few lines of code — app developers can increase user engagement and positive reinforcement on any app"
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    marcduthil 12 • 24/11/2017

    Merci pour votre réponse. Pourtant des médicaments chimiques (ex Ritaline) agissent bien sur la régulation de certains neurotransmetteurs comme la Dopamine non? Si des médicaments chimiques peuvent intervenir à ce niveau, pourquoi un médicament naturel ne le pourrait pas?
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    marcduthil 358 • 23/11/2017

    Bonjour, le GABA intervient aussi dans les troubles de l'attention et le TDAH je crois. Si c'est effectivement le cas, de quelle manière comprendre que c'est bien un dérèglement du GABA qui pourrait expliquer les troubles de l'attention chez l'enfant? Et surtout, comment y remédier? Les médicaments naturels genre L-Theanine, Bacopa, Rhodiola ou Germes de riz sont réellement efficaces dans cette optique? Merci par avance.
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    marcduthil 813 • 11/12/2015

    tttt
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    marcduthil 260 • 07/10/2014

    Merci bcp. Non il y a pas d'ultraviolets. Le filtre fait 11m3/h et le bassin fait 8X2X2=32m3. Je fais donc 10h la nuit?
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    marcduthil 608 • 07/10/2014

    Bonjour. J'ai une piscine d'intérieur qui l'hiver n'est pas chauffé, ni utilisée. La température doit être proche de la température ambiante (22/23 degré). Dans ce cas spécifique, vous conseillez combien d'heure par jour? En nocturne c'est jouable dans ce cas? Merci bcp et bravo pour cet excellent site! Marc
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    marcduthil 506 • 27/02/2013

    yes !
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    marcduthil 988 • 27/02/2013

    Sei troppo bello....
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    marcduthil 711 • 21/11/2012

    test
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