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"The brain releases dopamine in anticipation of a swell coming in, or when we think about the next time we’ll get a chance to catch waves. Dopamine is addictive, which causes us to obsessively think about when that next reward of fun waves will be delivered... And when the swell finally comes, surfers are stoked. After catching some waves, we’re happier, friendlier, and more relaxed. The endorphins, adrenaline, and serotonin we receive from surfing combined with the dopamine from the unexpected reward of waves make surfers not only feel good, but wanting more. The fact is, if we’re not surfing, we’re thinking about surfing, and that’s just in our nature." - Jenna Goldberg (@blissboarder) Read why surfing is so ridiculously addictive, on theinertia.com☝️Link in our bio! ?: @christorluke #science #addiction #nature #surfsomething

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