Gambling has been a part of human history from always – the earliest evidence of gambling goes way back to 2300 BC in China, where lottery tiles were discovered. It would seem that the human brain craves and thrives on the rush of adrenalin, the heightened sense of anticipation that accompanies each draw of the cards or throw of dice!
Physically, the act of gambling releases dopamine into your system, creating a rush of positive stress. But, like everything else, too much of anything kills! This infographic explores gambling pros and cons, and when to raise the red flag.
Is Gambling Any Good For The Human Brain?
Infographic by – HolyMolyCasinos