A recent study by researchers in mice showed the effect of serotonin in promoting individual patience in specific areas of the brain. Dr Katsuhiko Miyasaki, one of the authors of the review, said: “Serotonin is one of the best-known behavioral neuromodulators that helps regulate mood, sleep-wake cycles and appetite. “And Dr. Miyasaki added:” Our research shows that the release of this chemical messenger also plays a crucial role in promoting patience by prolonging the readiness of mice to wait for a food reward. “
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