Our mood health is primarily regulated through our neurotransmitters and a complex network of biochemical reaction.
Neurotransmitters are signaling chemicals in our brains. They are responsible for our moods, motivation, energy, learning ability, and more.
When neurotransmitters become unbalanced, we may experience depression and anxiety (serotonin, GABA), anger and lack of motivation (dopamine, serotonin). As well as, we can experience panic attacks, stress, and inability to calm down (GABA).
Additionally neurotransmitter imbalances can lead to heart problems, burnout, and intolerance to exercise (noradrenaline,) and memory and focus problems (acetylcholine.)
Every neurotransmitter requires specific nutrients as precursors to function properly. Gut health and liver health also play a key role in our neurotransmitter health. By assessing your neurotransmitter levels, we can bring in support to bring balance to your mood health.
We offer a state of the art at-home Neurotransmitter Panel. Learn more.
Disclaimer: Mental illness is a serious condition. If you struggle currently with a severe mental imbalance - please seek therapeutic support with a qualified mental health counselor. We do not advocate going off medication or not taking medication. This is between you and your physician. Any information on this site is for educational purposes only.