Gambling and the Human Brain

We know that the game is innate. So do the corporations that own the large casinos in Tunica, Gulf Coast, Atlantic City, and Las Vegas. Native American Indians know it too and they know it well, very well.

Many believe that when humans play games, they release chemicals in their brain that are caused by anticipation, excitement, and fear. The game is addictive, they say, so it seems that these folks who believe this have a very good point here.

Therefore, gambling uses these chemicals and we also know that all cultures play in some way or have games that are based on risk. Risk-reward scenarios please the human mind. This is good in many ways because it makes the species “move on” and go further.

We must be in favor of the progression of humanity. Gambling, on the other hand, can be bad because trying to stay in that high-level excitement means you have to increase your contests to the point of being dangerous to your cash flow or, in the case of extreme sports, your physical life.

The adrenaline rush along with the anticipation of the other euphoric feelings appears to be achievable in a wide variety of human endeavors, which is why ยูฟ่าเบท  the species appears to be using this to propel itself. Although sadly there are times when this need for more extreme risk can turn one or one group against another or another group to attack in contention or war in sound and fury, which is more destructive than productive. Consider this in 2006.