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Neurotransmitter deficiency symptoms are common, and often go unrecognized.
There are a host of causes, including toxicity such as mercury, lead and other heavy metals, hormonal imbalance and stress - just to name a few.
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Many Amino Acids are precursors to neurotransmitters. For example, Tryptophan to serotonin, Tyrosine to dopamine.
Here's how to recognize them and options for restoring and maintaining these neurochemicals so important to mood and health.
Neurotransmitter deficiency symptoms cover a wide range of undesirable effects.
Messaging chemicals in our brain and nervous system include Serotonin, Dopamine, Epinephrine, Nor-epinephrine and GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid). A healthy supply of these neuro-chemicals imparts feelings of optimism, well-being and empowerment.
When lacking an abundance of neurotransmitters, many of us reach for something to try and make us feel better - alcohol, anti-depressants, sweets… but unfortunately, those things exacerbate the imbalances and deficiencies.
Below, I provide some insight into signs that relate to lack of compounds like Dopamine, Serotonin, etc. It is empowering for you to know how intimately your level of enthusiasm for life is tied into the chemistry of nerve transmission - and what you can do to improve it.
You may be surprised how much influence you can have on promoting healthy balance of these compounds which so powerfully influence mood and energy.
To experience real joy in life and function at a high and satisfying level physically, emotionally, mentally and sexually we need to be sufficient and balanced in these powerful compounds that govern so many body processes.
Many things influence brain chemistry. Diet, exercise, sleep patterns, nutritional supplements, detoxification therapies, relationships, stress level and toxicity in the body - can be worked with and adjusted to help optimize your emotions and outlook on life.
Drugs, both prescription and non-prescription, too often have side effects that include undesirable changes in brain function.
When you begin to look closely at the intimate connection that can impact brain chemistry, you will see how many things you can do to promote balance. Knowing the facts and being proactive can help you make a big difference in diminishing neurotransmitter deficiency symptoms.
* Sleep difficulties; problems falling asleep, waking frequently in the middle of the night, can't fall asleep after waking at night.
* Craving and verconsumption of refined carbohydrates.
* Hard time dealing with life changes.
* Difficulty relaxing; tension.
* Low libido
* Fatigue even during the morning.
* Lack of concentration.
* Difficulty losing weight.
* Eating too much sugar.
* Feeling taken advantage of by others.
* Chronic fatigue.
* Chronic pain.
* Emotional volatility; mood swings that you feel you can't control.
* Difficulties in your family and work relationships because of moodiness.
* Depression and feelings of isolation.
* Excessive perspiration, cold hands, palpitations.
* Memory difficulties.
* Lack of interest in sex.
* Difficulty overcoming even minor obstacles to achieve goals.
* Tendency to dwell on your inadequacies and feel depressed.
The following suggestions are general and not meant to prescribe for any individual. Especially if you are taking any prescription drugs, consult with a professional. However, the ideas below can help you bring balance and sufficiency to nervous system functioning.
Are you familiar with Amino Acids that are precursors to various neurotransmitters? You likely know that Tryptohan is a precursor to Serotonin, or that Tyrosine is a precursor to Dopamine production.
Most of us can benefit from a balanced full-spectrum Amino Acids supplement. This will supply vital raw materials to support neurotransmitter production.
To properly metabolize the Amino Acids, I highly recommend a comprehensive
NOTE: Please be sure to read my article on how to avoid wasting good money on bad supplements
Among the deleterious effects of toxins in our bodies are neurotransmitter deficiency symptoms. For example, heavy metals such as mercury are stored in fatty tissues such as brain and nerves. They interfere greatly with healthy functioning, leading to undesirable mood changes.
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