* Download comes with a free subscription to our newsletter. You can unsubscribe any time. You will not get duplicate emails if you download more than one report.
Experimentally induced higher inflammation changes affects decision making and makes participants to take lower reward immediatly instead of delayed gratification option (higher reward later). The hypothesis is that the brain senses that it needs to focus on itself right now, therefore the person chooses the immediate reward. This could also lead to positive inflammatory feedback loop behaviour (Eating sugary foods and so on).