Symptoms relating to Neorotransmitter Imbalance

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Symptoms relating to Neorotransmitter Imbalance

Post  forumtester on Sat Mar 17, 2018 9:47 pm

Neurotransmitters play a role in shaping who we are and how we perceive ourselves and the world around us. They influence our moods, memory and learning, self-esteem, anxiety levels, motivation, and more.

Below are listed a few of the most common symptoms which can be due to a neurotransmitter imbalance. Once correctly diagnosed, treatment can be achieved either through preferred natural methods, or from taking prescribed medication over a period of time.

Dopamine is the ‘pleasure and reward’ neurotransmitter. Symptoms of poor dopamine activity include:
  Inability to self-motivate
  Inability to start or finish tasks
  Feelings of worthlessness
  Feelings of hopelessness
  Lose temper for minor reasons
  Inability to handle stress
  Anger and aggression while under stress
  Desire to isolate oneself from others
  Unexplained lack of concern for family and friends[/left]

Serotonin is the joy and well-being neurotransmitter. Symptoms of poor serotonin activity include:
  Loss of pleasure in hobbies and interests
  Feelings of inner rage and anger
  Feelings of depression
  Difficulty finding joy from life pleasures
  Depression when it is cloudy or when there is lack of sunlight
  Loss of enthusiasm for favorite activities
  Not enjoying favorite foods
  Not enjoying friendships and relationships
  Unable to fall into deep restful sleep


GABA is the “calm and relaxed” neurotransmitter. Symptoms of poor GABA activity include:
  Feelings of anxiousness or panic for no reason
  Feelings of dread
  Feelings of inner tension and inner excitability
  Feelings of being overwhelmed for no reason
  Restless mind
  Hard to turn your mind off when you want to relax
  Disorganized attention
  Worry about things you never had thought of before


Acetylcholine is the learning and memory neurotransmitter. Symptoms of poor acetylcholine activity include:
  Loss of visual and photographic memory
  Loss of verbal memory
  Memory lapses
  Impaired creativity
  Diminished comprehension
  Difficulty calculating numbers
  Difficulty recognizing objects and faces
  Slowness of mental responsiveness
  Difficulty with directions and spatial orientation

Reference:
Dr. Kharrazian, DHSc, DC, MS, MNeuroSci
Wikpedia on Neurotransmitter


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Re: Symptoms relating to Neorotransmitter Imbalance

Post  forumtester on Sat Mar 17, 2018 9:47 pm

Personal Comment:
Over the past two months I have been able to naturally maintain a good balance in both dopamine and serotonin levels by incorporating into my lifestyle a healthier eating regime, which includes one day a week of fasting, and a schedule of listening, exercising and dancing to music on a daily basis. Natural light increases serotonin levels so even a daily short 30-60 minutes’ brisk walk into town is beneficial (weather permitting), and since this is exercise it also stimulates dopamine levels in the brain.

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