Noradrenaline helps humans sense the world: Study
ANI Jul 11, 2018
Noradrenaline, a neurotransmitter is responsible for arousal in the brain since it plays a vital role for humans to sense the world around them.
A new study by Tel Aviv University confirmed the fact. "Until now, medical science believed that noradrenaline is involved in alertness, stress, attention and decision making," says researcher Yuval Nir. "Our study shows that, in fact, noradrenaline plays a vital role in earlier stages of perception, determining our ability to...
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