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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BRUKERFEIL
Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.40%. The average number of likes per post is 57 and the average number of comments is 2.
60% of the followers that engaged with brukerfeil regularly are from Norway, followed by United States at 10% and Germany at 10%. In summary, the top 5 countries of brukerfeil's posts engager are coming from Norway, United States, Germany, Indonesia, Cameroon.
Brukerfeil loves posting about Hair & Beauty, DIY & Crafts, Fashion, Celebrities.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BRUKERFEIL
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF BRUKERFEIL
- Norway 60 %
- United States 10 %
- Germany 10 %
- Indonesia 10 %
- Cameroon 10 %
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👉 @sobergirlsociety - Hangover anxiety or ‘hangxiety’ is extremely common and whilst a lot of it is a result of blackouts and memory dips, (Did I call my boss a prick?’ ‘Did I snog my friend’s brother?’ etc.) there is also lots of actual science-y stuff behind it. The Guardian* did a piece on it last January which goes in to more detail but if you can’t be bothered to read it, the main takeaway is this: David Nutt, professor of neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College, London says, “Alcohol targets the Gaba (gamma-aminobutyric acid) receptor, which sends chemical messages through the brain and central nervous system to inhibit the activity of nerve cells. Alcohol stimulates Gaba, which is why you get relaxed and cheerful when you drink. The first two drinks lull you into a blissful Gaba-induced state of chill. When you get to the third or fourth drink, another brain-slackening effect kicks in: you start blocking glutamate, the main excitatory transmitter in the brain. More glutamate means more anxiety. Less glutamate means less anxiety. Not only does alcohol reduce the chatter in your brain by stimulating Gaba, but it further reduces your anxiety by blocking glutamate. In your blissed-out state, you will probably feel that this is all good – but you will be wrong. The body registers this new imbalance in brain chemicals and attempts to put things right. It’s a little like when you eat a lot of sweets and your body goes into insulin-producing overdrive to get the blood sugar levels down to normal; as soon as the sweets have been digested, all that insulin causes your blood sugar to crash. When you’re drunk, your body goes on a mission to bring Gaba levels down to normal and turn glutamate back up. When you stop drinking, therefore, you end up with unnaturally low Gaba function and a spike in glutamate – a situation that leads to anxiety.” The article goes on to mention a study which shows hangover anxiety doesn’t affect everyone in the same way which is why some of your mates might seem absolutely fine on a hangover (...)
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