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As the serotonergic system may be involved in the regulation of sleep, mood, and anxiety, the stimulation of this system by high doses of GHB may be involved in certain neuropharmacological events induced by GHB administration. However, at therapeutic doses, GHB reaches much higher concentrations in the brain and activates GABA B receptors, which are primarily responsible for its sedative effects.
GHB receptors are densely expressed in many areas of the brain, including the cortex and hippocampus, and these are the receptors that GHB displays the highest affinity for. There has been somewhat limited research into the GHB receptor; however, there is evidence that activation of the GHB receptor in some brain areas results in the release of glutamate, the principal excitatory neurotransmitter. GHB's effect on dopamine release is biphasic. Both the inhibition and increase of dopamine release by GHB are inhibited by opioid antagonists such as naloxone and naltrexone.
Dynorphin may play a role in the inhibition of dopamine release via kappa opioid receptors. This explains the paradoxical mix of sedative and stimulatory properties of GHB, as well as the so-called "rebound" effect, experienced by individuals using GHB as a sleeping agent, wherein they awake suddenly after several hours of GHB-induced deep sleep.
That is to say that, over time, the concentration of GHB in the system decreases below the threshold for significant GABA B receptor activation and activates predominantly the GHB receptor, leading to wakefulness. Recently, analogs of GHB, such as 4-hydroxymethylpentanoic acid UMB68 have been synthesised and tested on animals, in order to gain a better understanding of GHB's mode of action.
Both of the metabolic breakdown pathways shown for GHB can run in either direction, depending on the concentrations of the substances involved, so the body can make its own GHB either from GABA or from succinic semialdehyde. Under normal physiological conditions, the concentration of GHB in the body is rather low, and the pathways would run in the reverse direction to what is shown here to produce endogenous GHB. However, when GHB is consumed for recreational or health promotion purposes, its concentration in the body is much higher than normal, which changes the enzyme kinetics so that these pathways operate to metabolise GHB rather than producing it.
Alexander Zaytsev worked on this chemical family and published work on it in GHB and sodium oxybate were also studied for use in narcolepsy from the s onwards. In May GHB was introduced as a dietary supplement and was marketed to body builders, for help with weight control and as a sleep aid, and as a "replacement" for l-tryptophan , which was removed from the market in November when batches contaminated with trace impurities  were found to cause eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome , although eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome is also tied to tryptophan overload.
At the same time, research on the use of GHB in the form of sodium oxybate had formalized, as a company called Orphan Medical had filed an investigational new drug application and was running clinical trials with the intention of gaining regulatory approval for use to treat narcolepsy. A popular children's toy, Bindeez also known as Aqua Dots, in the United States , produced by Melbourne company Moose, was banned in Australia in early November when it was discovered that 1,4-butanediol 1,4-B , which is metabolized into GHB, had been substituted for the non-toxic plasticiser 1,5-pentanediol in the bead manufacturing process.
Three young children were hospitalized as a result of ingesting a large number of the beads, and the toy was recalled. Their report concluded that the minimal use of Xyrem in the UK meant that prescribers would be minimally inconvenienced by the rescheduling. It can only be used legally by health professionals and for university research purposes. The substance can be given by pharmacists under a prescription.
GABA itself is also listed as an illegal drug in these jurisdictions, which seems unusual given its failure to cross the blood—brain barrier, but there was a perception among legislators that all known analogues should be covered as far as this was possible. Sodium oxybate is also used therapeutically in Italy under the brand name Alcover for treatment of alcohol withdrawal and dependence. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Chemical compound.
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There is a high degree of overlap between brain regions sex in processing sexx rewards and drugs of abuse. Like drug addiction, non-drug addictions manifest in symptoms including craving, impaired control over the behavior, tolerance, withdrawal, and high rates of relapse.
These alterations in behavior suggest that plasticity may be occurring in brain regions associated with drug addiction. In this review, I summarize data demonstrating that exposure to non-drug rewards can alter neural plasticity in regions of the brain that are affected by drugs of abuse. Research suggests that there are several similarities sex neuroplasticity induced by natural and drug rewards and that, depending on narkoti reward, repeated exposure to natural rewards might induce neuroplasticity that either promotes or counteracts addictive behavior.
There are now myriad television shows documenting people who compulsively engage in behaviors that may otherwise be considered normal, but do so in a manner that has a serious negative impact on their lives and those of their families.
While the subjects of these television shows may seem like extreme and rare cases, these types of disorders are surprisingly sx. More recently, there has been a trend toward thinking about these non-drug addictions to be more like substance abuse and dependence Rogers and Smit, ; Wang et alb ; Volkow and Wise, ; Grant et al.
In fact, non-drug addictions fit the classical definition of addiction that includes engaging in the behavior despite serious negative consequences Holden, ; Hyman et al Within this category, a Behavioral Addictions category has been proposed, which would include pathological gambling and potentially internet addiction APA; O'Brien, ; Tao et al Like substance addictions, non-drug addictions manifest in similar psychological and behavioral patterns including craving, impaired control over the behavior, tolerance, withdrawal, and high rates of relapse Marks, ; Lejoyeux et al; National Institute on Drug Sx NIDA et al; Potenza, Similarities between drugs and non-drug rewards can also be seen physiologically.
Functional neuroimaging studies in humans have shown that naekotik Breiter et al, shopping Knutson et al, orgasm Komisaruk et al, playing video games Koepp et al; Hoeft et aland the sight of narktoik food Wang et ala activate many of the seex brain regions i. This narkotik will review preclinical evidence that natural reinforcers are capable of leading to plasticity in behavior and neurotransmission that is often reminiscent of adaptations seen following exposure to drugs narkotik abuse, especially psychostimulants.
For the sake of the present review, plasticity will be broadly defined as any adaptation in behavior or neural function, similar to the usage of the term originally described by William James James, Synaptic plasticity will refer to an alteration at the level of the synapse, typically measured using electrophysiological methods e. Neurochemical plasticity will refer to altered neurotransmission synaptic or intracellular measured biochemically by differences in basal or evoked levels of transmitter, receptor, or transporter, or by an narkotik change in phosphorylation state of any of these molecules.
Behavioral plasticity will refer to any adaptation in behavior several examples are sex in Section 1. Evidence for this hijacking is seen in several forms of plasticity in brain regions known to affect motivation, executive function, and reward processing Kalivas and O'Brien, ; Thomas et al; Frascella et al; Koob and Volkow, ; Pierce and Vanderschuren, ; Russo et sex Animal models have given us a snapshot of the profound changes that administration of drugs of abuse can impart.
Adaptations range from narkotik neurotransmitter levels to altered cell morphology and changes in transcriptional activity Robinson and Kolb, ; Kalivas et al; Russo et al.
Several groups have also reported drugs of abuse altering synaptic plasticity in key regions of the brain implicated in drug addiction for review, see Winder et al; Kauer and Malenka, ; Luscher and Bellone, ; Thomas et al. The majority of the neuroadaptations described have been in regions of the mesocorticolimbic system and the extended amygdala Grueter et al; Schramm-Sapyta et al; Kauer and Malenka, ; Kalivas et al.
Based on known roles of nar,otik regions in regulation of mood, processing of natural rewards, and motivated behavior, it is widely believed that this plasticity underlies the maladaptive changes in behavior associated with addiction. In humans, some of these changes include impaired decision making, decreased pleasure from natural rewards anhedoniaand craving Majewska, ; Bechara, ; O'Brien, In animal models, these altered behaviors can be studied with neurobehavioral measures narkotk a history of drug administration, and analogous brain regions are thought to mediate these measures Markou and Koob, ; Shaham et al; Bevins and Besheer, ; Winstanley, These measures provide the basis for preclinical testing of pharmacotherapies that may be useful in the treatment of addiction.
Recent evidence suggests that non-drug addictions may lead to neuroadaptations similar to those reported with long-term drug use. While the majority of these examples of plasticity are emerging from animal studies, reports also include examples from human studies.
Sex this narkotik, we will explore the concept that natural rewards are capable of inducing neural and behavioral plasticity in ways analogous to drug addiction. In the field of drug addiction, several theories have emerged to explain how neural and behavioral plasticity contribute to addiction.
One theory is that of incentive-sensitization Robinson and Berridge, According to this theory, in susceptible individuals, repeated drug exposure leads to a sensitization reverse tolerance of the incentive-motivational properties of drugs and drug-related cues.
This alteration is at least in part mediated by sensitized nucleus accumbens NAc dopamine DA release following exposure to drug-related cues. Behaviorally, this is associated with increased wanting and craving of drugs when one is exposed to cues that are associated with intake i.
In animal models, incentive sensitization can be modeled by measuring drug-seeking behaviors in response to cues paired with drug administration Robinson and Berridge, Locomotor sensitization also occurs with repeated administration of several drugs of abuse and may be an indirect measure of incentive sensitization, although locomotor and incentive sensitization are dissociable processes Robinson and Berridge, Notably, sensitization processes can also translate between drug and non-drug rewards Fiorino and Phillips, ; Avena and Hoebel, b nsrkotik Robinson and Berridge, In humans, the role of dopamine signaling in incentive-sensitization processes has recently been highlighted by the observation of a dopamine dysregulation syndrome in some patients taking dopaminergic narkotlk.
This syndrome is characterized by a medication-induced increase in or compulsive engagement in non-drug rewards such as gambling, shopping, or sex Evans et al; Aiken, ; Lader, Another theory that has been developed to explain how drug-related plasticity contributes to addiction is the opponent process theory Solomon, ; Koob et al; Koob and Le Moal, Briefly, this theory of motivation states that there are two processes engaged during repeated experiences: the first involves affective or hedonic habituation, the second process is an affective or hedonic withdrawal Solomon and Corbit, An example provided by Solomon related to opiate use, where tolerance developed to the acute hedonic effects following repeated drug exposure, and negative symptoms of withdrawal would emerge which would further motivate drug use negative reinforcement Solomon, This early version of the theory was originally developed to explain behavior altered aex exposure to both drug and non-drug rewards for review, see Solomon, An expansion of opponent process theory is the allostatic model of brain motivational systems Narkotik and Le Moal, Briefly, this model includes the opposing concepts of reward and anti-reward, while the latter involves a failure to return to a homeostatic set point, leading to negative affect and reduction in natural reward, which increases motivation to relieve this state Koob and Le Moal, Evidence for neuroplasticity that regulates this altered affective state comes from several nakotik, including decreased basal NAc DA following drug withdrawal in rats Weiss et al, decreased striatal D2 receptors in striatum and accumbens of human alcoholics and abstinent heroin addicts Volkow et al.
In addition to alterations in mesolimbic DA signaling, central stress systems are also recruited. A particularly robust example is increased CRF signaling in the hypothalamus, central nucleus of the amygdala, and bed nucleus of the stria terminalis following withdrawal of many drugs of abuse Koob and Le Moal, A third theory to describe neuroplasticity contributing to addiction is the recruitment of habit-based neurocircuitry throughout repeated drug exposure Everitt et al; Everitt et al; Graybiel, ; Ostlund and Balleine, ; Pierce and Vanderschuren, For example, non-human primates self-administering cocaine show changes in glucose metabolism and levels of dopamine D2 receptor and dopamine transporter that initially affect the ventral striatum, but with increasing exposure expand into the dorsal striatum Porrino et ala ; Porrino et alb.
This progressive plasticity from ventral to dorsal striatum parallels an older literature on the transition from goal- to habit-based learning Wex and Dickinson, and has an anatomical correlate that supports the ability of extended reward-based learning to engage progressively more dorsal aspects of the striatum Haber et al Perhaps the most extensively studied reward is that of food. Food is narkotik quintessential reward in many rodent studies and has been used as a reinforcer in procedures such as operant self-administration tasks, runway tests, maze learning, gambling tasks, and place conditioning Skinner, ; Ettenberg and Camp, ; Kandel et al; Kelley, ; Tzschentke, ; Zeeb et al In rats that were trained to press a lever to receive intravenous self-administration of drugs, highly palatable foods such as sugar and saccharin were shown to reduce self-administration of cocaine and heroin Carroll et al; Lenoir and Ahmed,and these natural reinforcers barkotik been demonstrated to sex cocaine in choice self-administration in the majority of rats tested Lenoir et al; Cantin et al This would suggest that sweet foods have a higher reinforcing value than cocaine, even in animals with an extensive history of drug intake Cantin et al.
While this phenomenon could appear as a weakness in current models of cocaine addiction, a minority of rats prefer cocaine to sugar or saccharin Cantin et al. This notion is explored more in the Discussion Section 6. Work from many narkotuk has demonstrated examples of plasticity in reward-related circuits following nadkotik to nakotik food.
Neurobehavioral adaptations following a history of palatable food intake narkltik been likened to those observed following drugs of abuse, narkotik several scientists to propose that dysregulation of food intake may be similar to addiction Hoebel et al; Le Magnen, ; Wang et al.
The laboratory of Bartley Hoebel has extensive data demonstrating behavioral plasticity following a history of intermittent sugar access, which has led he and his colleagues to propose that sugar consumption that meets criteria for addiction Avena et al This notion is supported by the fact that several examples of plasticity seen following repeated drug exposure are also observed following intermittent access to not only sugar, but also fat.
During repeated access to sugar, escalation of intake is observed Colantuoni et al, a phenomenon previously associated with cocaine and heroin self-administration Ahmed and Narkotiik, ; Roberts et al Escalation is an increase in intake that occurs during the initial phase e. Following removal of sugar or fat access, withdrawal symptoms including anxiety- and depressive-like behaviors emerge Colantuoni et al; Teegarden and Sex, In narkogik, when given a re-exposure to sugar after a period of abstinence, animals consume a much greater amount of sugar than during previous narkotik Avena et al.
This deprivation effect was originally described for alcohol Sinclair and Senter,and is thought to be another preclinical model of craving and relapse McBride and Li, ; Spanagel and Holter, Finally, following intermittent exposure to a high fat diet, food-seeking was continued despite adverse consequences Teegarden and Bale, ; Johnson and Kenny,which has been proposed as a animal corollary for risky acquisition of drugs seen in human addicts Deroche-Gamonet et al Cross-sensitization is a sex that occurs following previous exposure to an environmental or pharmacological agent such as a stressor or psychostimulant, respectively that results in an enhanced response typically locomotor to a different environmental or pharmacological agent Antelman et al; O'Donnell and Miczek, ; Kalivas et al; Vezina et al Sensitization processes involving psychostimulants involve mesolimbic DA neurons, and cross-sensitization is believed to occur from common mechanisms of action between two stimuli Antelman et al.
During conditioning sessions, the animals are confined to one of the chambers and paired with a reward e. These sessions are repeated and interleaved with conditioning sessions that involve pairing of another chamber of the apparatus with the control condition e. The test phase is done under the same conditions as the pre-test and CPP is demonstrated when animals show a significant preference for the chamber that was paired with the drug sex non-drug reward.
Davis et al. Withdrawal is a narkotio also seen following repeated exposure to highly palatable foods. Somatic signs of withdrawal commonly associated with naloxone precipitated opiate withdrawal can be also be precipitated by naloxone or food restriction following intermittent sugar Colantuoni et al. Elevated thresholds for brain stimulation reward, which are commonly observed following withdrawal from cocaine, alcohol, amphetamine, and nicotine Simpson and Annau, ; Cassens et al; Markou and Koob, ; Schulteis et al; Wise and Munn, ; Epping-Jordan et al; Rylkova et al, are observed in rats following 40 days access swx a cafeteria diet in addition to regular chow, and this effect persisted at least 14 days following withdrawal of the high fat food Johnson and Kenny, This measure has commonly been used to describe a state of relative anhedonia characterized by lower tone of endogenous brain reward systems Kenny, ; Wise, ; Bruijnzeel, ; Carlezon and Thomas, and is thought to regulate continued intake of drugs and perhaps food to relieve this state a phenomenon known as negative reinforcement Cottone et al; Koob, In addition to behavioral plasticity, excessive intake of certain types of food has also been associated with neurochemical narkohik.
In particular, dopamine and opioid signaling appears to be susceptible to adaptations following intermittent access to high sugar or high fat foods. In the NAc, intermittent feeding episodes with access to sugar and chow increase D1 and D3 receptor content either mRNA or proteinwhile decreasing D2 receptors in the NAc and dorsal striatum Colantuoni et al.
This effect was also observed with extended access aex a high fat diet in rats, with the greatest decrease in D2 occurring in the heaviest rats Johnson and Kenny, narkoti These adaptations in accumbal and striatal dopamine receptors parallel those seen in rodents repeatedly administered cocaine or morphine Alburges et al; Unterwald et alnarkotik ; Spangler et al; Conrad et al Further, reductions in striatal D2 receptors are also seen in human psychostimulant users and alcoholics Volkow et al; Volkow et al; Volkow et al; Zijlstra et al.
Endogenous opioid signaling is also affected profoundly by diet Gosnell and Levine, Neurochemical plasticity in mesolimbic DA and opioid signaling has also been demonstrated to occur in the offspring of female mice fed high fat food during pregnancy Vucetic et al Interestingly, these alterations were associated with epigenetic modification hypomethylation of narkohik promoter elements for all of the proteins affected.
CRF in the amygdala was increased following sex 24 hour withdrawal from a high fat diet, while animals maintained on this diet had unaltered amygdala CRF Teegarden and Bale, As a result, CRF antagonists are being proposed for the treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction Sarnyai et al; Koob et al; Lowery and Thiele, Transcription factors are another class of molecule implicated in mediating enduring effects of drugs of abuse by directly affecting gene expression McClung and Nestler, In support of the idea that food is capable of inducing neural plasticity, several transcription factors are also altered by diet.
NAc phospho-CREB was reduced 24 hours following withdrawal from a high carbohydrate diet and both 24 hours and 1 week following withdrawal from a high fat diet, while the transcription factor delta FosB is increased during access to high fat diet Teegarden and Bale, or sucrose Wallace et al In the NAc, decreased phospho-CREB is also seen during periods of withdrawal from amphetamine and morphine McDaid et ala ; McDaid et alband delta FosB is also increased following withdrawal from these drugs as well as cocaine, nicotine, ethanol, and phencyclidine McClung et al; McDaid natkotik al.
Similar to their proposed role in increasing drug seeking behavior, these neuroadaptations may also affect subsequent feeding behavior, as overexpression of delta FosB in the ventral striatum increases motivation to obtain food Olausson et aland sucrose Wallace et al. Synaptic plasticity in addiction-related circuitry has been linked with in vivo administration of numerous drugs of abuse. In the VTA, several classes of addictive, but not non-addictive psychoactive drugs induce synaptic plasticity Saal et al; Stuber et ala ; Wanat et ala.
To date, there is very little data directly measuring the effects of food on synaptic sex in addiction-related neurocircuitry. When cocaine was self-administered, the effect lasted up to three months, and this effect was not seen with passive administration of cocaine Chen et al.
Miniature EPSP frequency naarkotik the VTA was also increased for up to three months following cocaine self-administration, jarkotik up to three weeks following sucrose but not chow self-administration, suggesting that glutamatergic signaling is strengthened pre- and post-synaptically Chen et al.
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