In the study of in the study by Pertti Panula entitled ‘Tuberomamillary nuclear neurons, histamine H3 receptor in hypothalamic regulation of alcohol dependence ‘, the part of drug use and addiction research program of the Academy of Finland is responsible. – ‘Whether these histamine – 3 receptor drugs help in the treatment of human alcoholism will probably be clear when the results of ongoing clinical trials of the general public become the drugs are currently being tested for the treatment of diseases such as monitoring disorders.
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It was also noted in the effects of alcohol the effects of alcohol, the cause of aliveness and joy changed noticeably when a histamine-3 receptor blocker was used. The results suggest, in addition to the use of alcohol, transmitter histamine also contributes to the transmission of the stimulating and pleasing effect of alcohol in the brain.
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