Neurotransmitter Testing
 
   

Neurotransmitter Testing

Neurotransmitters are chemicals naturally produced in the body that make possible the communication between nerve cells in the brain and between nerve cells and the body. They consist of acetylcholine, that manages muscle contractions and prompts glands to secrete hormones. Loss of cells that regulate acetylcholine are associated with Alzheimer's disease.

Other chemicals are Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), that help control muscle activity and plays a significant part in the visual system. Serotonin, tightens blood vessels and makes a person sleep. And dopamine, that is involved in mood and control of difficult movements.

Neurotransmitter imbalances are connected with recurring and common health conditions throughout live. Neurotransmitters are functionally incorporated with the endocrine system, including adrenal glands, and the immune system. Neurotransmitters can cause extensive health problems. The followng systems can indicate neurotransmitter imbalances:

 

  Fatigue
  Anxiousness
  Low mood irritability
  Sleep difficulties
  Changes in appetite and sudden weight loss/gain
  Adrenal depletion
  Mental performance, including issues with memory, attention, and ability to concentrate
  Inability to enjoy favorite activities
 
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