Matter
Neuroscience

We’re all just stardust. Let’s make the most of what we’ve got.

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Brain imagery inspired by Matter Neuroscience clinical studies.

The human experience is vast. But all of our good experiences originate with the same six neurotransmitters in our brains. They drive the reward systems that help us feel good, learn, and grow.

Ultimately, these neurotransmitters can serve as universal indicators, or biomarkers, for human well-being. When we can understand and take advantage of how they work, we can all live longer, healthier, happier lives.

Matter is dedicated to helping people do just that — for our individual and collective good.

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An iPhone screen showing a photo memory in the Matter app, with a Matter Score of 154, and text that describes the memory: Taking Sammy for a walk in the woods with my favorite person. An iPhone screen showing how to rate emotions in the Matter app. It features Pride, described as: Pride is activated by serotonin and dopamine, allowing us to feel deep satisfaction from our own achievements or from those of people close to us. An iPhone screen from the Matter app, showing a Matter Score of 203, surrounded by a colorful ring, and below that an area that says, “Recommended for you.” And below that, an area that says, “Photos from today.” An iPhone screen, with an illustration of a human brain from the side. Different regions of the brain are speckled with different colors. Each color represents a neurotransmitter: red is dopamine, yellow is serotonin, green is oxytocin, purple is opioids. An iPhone screen with an illustration of a human brain from the top. Different regions of the brain are speckled with different colors. Each color represents a neurotransmitter: red is dopamine, yellow is serotonin, green is oxytocin, blue is cannabinoids.

Do more of what makes you happy.

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It all begins with dopamine.

Find out when the Matter app is ready for you.