Meth may take advantage of the brain’s natural learning process

A recent study conducted by The Scripps Research Institute showed that when meth-addiction rodent models stopped using methamphetamines, new brain cells began forming in a part of the brain associated with learning and memory. This suggests that the brain is strengthening memories associated with the drug, making relapse more likely.

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