The Dopamine Cure – Hack the Happiness & Motivation Hormone
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- 3 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Reclaim your motivation by maximizing your motivation super-chemical
- Get rid of addictive reward cycles and move forward in creating a life of freedom
- Establish new habits and strategies that will optimize your dopamine levels naturally
- Learn how to build massive momentum to reach longer term goals with positive reward cycles
- No prior health knowledge is required
- Just go through the course with an open mind as some topic may be offensive
Dopamine lies at the core of the motivation process and is the main driver of a fulfilled life.
When we lack dopamine, it is impossible to feel motivated.
In experiments with mice that are depleted of dopamine the animals starve to death even when food is readily available right next to them. They literally lose the motivation to eat.
This is an extreme example but most people can resonate with the feeling behind: For many it is not uncommon to wake up unmotivated, just wanting to go back to bed, putting the blanket over the head and not doing anything.
A lack of dopamine is more common then we think.
That is because the modern lifestyle has set up some traps that kill our motivation and long-term happiness by hijacking the dopamine-reward-system.
And this has scary consequences:
Difficulty to focus
Life seems less colourful
Before we learn how to increase dopamine levels naturally we have to get off these negative reward cycles. And this is where most books and courses about dopamine and motivation fail. They just teach you how to raise dopamine but fail to address the underlying issues that cause a lack of dopamine.
Thus, this course follows a two-step approach:
1st step: Getting off negative reward cycles (a.k.a addictions) that kill your motivation and increasing dopamine receptor density
2nd step: Actively increasing dopamine to fuel your goals
You will learn Actionable, Practical, and SAFE Steps to Heal your reward-system and load up your system with the fuel for your goals.
Why This Course?
Despite it's low price, this course offers powerful benefits like:
Saving hundreds of hours of research: We go straight to the important things you need to know to improve your dopamine and motivation
Learning how social media, porn and computer games hijack your dopamine and kill your motivation
Break the addiction to instant gratification that keeps you stuck and unhappy
Get hooked on positive reward cycles that put you on the fastlane and bring longterm happiness into your life
Develop a clear and personal action plan
Learn how to strategically use supplements that raise dopamine
Get to know the methods top-performer use to boost their motivation and dopamine
The course is backed up by proven, scientific studies, which you'll find in the syllabus.
So there is no second-guessing anymore. Its proven that you will achieve incredible results if you are willing to put the strategies into practice.
If you are willing to do that, click "Enroll Now" and start your journey today!
Medical Disclaimer: The information in this course is intended for educational purposes only. The author Jakob Brand assumes no responsibility to persons or property as a result of use or misuse of the information contained within. Always consult a health professional before making any changes to your health regimen.
- This course is not intended to treat any chronic medical condition, and is not a replacement for medical attention from a qualified medical professional
- This course is for everyone above the age of 18
- It is for people who want to reach their potential in life and reclaim their motivation
- It is for those that are hooked on negative reward cycles like social media, porn and fast food and have the feeling that these addictions have a negative impact on their lifes
- It is not something to use as preparation for an exam in neurochemistry