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Many people consume dopamine in the same way they consume fast food, quickly and without thinking about the long-term effects. A 30-second video clip on social media may not seem like a big deal, but when you've been scrolling for hours, it can become an addiction. The constant search for that one video or post that gives a satisfying hit of dopamine, whether it be a laugh or a shared experience, can lead to a vicious cycle that repeats every minute. This cycle of instant gratification creates an addictive lifestyle where people find themselves constantly seeking the next dopamine hit, neglecting other important aspects of their lives.

Constant Reminder


Resist Dopamine is more than just hats and stickers. Our products serve as powerful resources that remind you, and those around you, to resist the constant pull of the dopamine-addictive lifestyle. We want to spark curiosity and conversation, and encourage people to take steps toward breaking free from the cycle of instant gratification. By wearing our merchandise and displaying our stickers, you are not only making a statement but also actively spreading awareness and promoting a healthier, more balanced way of living.

The Start

"It began with a statement written on my arm, 'Resist Dopamine.'

The purpose of Resist Dopamine is to serve as a constant reminder when scrolling through social media or watching Youtube on a lunch break, to stop and resist the urge to fill the silence with noise. It serves as an encouragement to take a step back and re-evaluate our relationship with instant gratification and to prioritize self-control and mindfulness in our daily habits."

Fighting The Urge


Our culture is deeply entrenched in an indulgent lifestyle that saps away our focus, time, purpose, and energy, among other things. Changing this culture is a difficult task that begins with individuals breaking their own habits.

At Resist Dopamine, we believe that resisting the urge to indulge in quick pleasures and enduring the silence that follows is not only beneficial for ourselves, but also for future generations. By breaking the cycle of addiction, we can help shape a culture that values balance, self-control, and mindfulness. Through our products, resources, and community, we aim to empower people to make positive changes in their own lives, and in turn, help change the culture as a whole.

Greater Purpose

Jean Arp

Dadaist and an abstract artist

Soon silence will have passed into legend. Man has turned his back on silence. Day after day he invents machines and devices that increase noise and distract humanity from the essence of life, contemplation, meditation ... tooting, howling, screeching, booming, crashing, whistling, grinding, and trilling bolster his ego. His anxiety subsides. His inhuman void spreads monstrously like a gray vegetation.

How can I resist?

Social Media

Spread the Word

- Create a Post with #resistdopamine

- Share ResistDopamine's posts on IG or FB

- We've created free SM content for you to post or change your pic too. Just download it below:



Be a Reminder

When you purchase merchandise and items from our store, you are directly supporting our mission of promoting a healthier and more balanced lifestyle.

By buying hats or stickers, you are not only showing your support but also spreading the message and encouraging others to think differently about quick pleasure and addiction.

Word of Mouth

Spread the word

Share the message of Resist Dopamine with friends and family by talking to them about it. Educate yourself by reading our blogs and gaining a deeper understanding of the psychological control of instant gratification. Share the message with strangers by handing out our stickers or sending them to our website.


Learning more about quick pleasure and how to resist them can change your life by giving you the tools and understanding to break the cycle of addiction and make conscious decisions about your actions. Additionally, developing self-control and mindfulness can improve your mental and physical health and increase overall well-being.

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