...the brain controls them all, and neurotransmitters control the brain. The good news is you can control neurotransmitters like Serotonin, Dopamine and Epinephrine by optimizing gut health, by utilizing some inexpensive, over-the-counter nutrients, and by doing Neurofeedback (aka "brain training").
You have more neurotransmitters in your gut than in your brain so intestinal integrity is vitally important to brain health. Supplements like GABA, tryptophan or theanine can help cool down an over-active set of neurotransmitters. Or if your neurotransmitters are sluggish or depressed, you can boost them up with glutamine, tyrosine or vitamin B6.
Consider coming in for an assessment if you are experiencing symptoms such as:
low sex drive
Like hormones, neurotransmitters require a delicate balance to keep the body functioning at a peak level. When these levels become irregular the brain gets over- or under-stimulated, resulting in neurological and psychological symptoms.
Neurofeedback helps optimize the brainwave frequencies associated with mood, focus, sleep, libido and joy. Brain training gives your brain information about what its doing and then, since our brains are self-organizing and self-correcting, the brain responds to the neurofeedback by creating more stable, optimized, organized connections. This is called Neuroplasticity = the brain's ability to change and heal itself.
Begin giving your brain the input it needs to optimize and heal and start living to the fullest potential...no drugs, no side-effects!
To experience this breakthfough technology and learn how neurofeedback can help you please visit www.RTBham.com or email/call for a FREE 15 minute consultation.
Restorative Therapeutics & Neurofeedback, LLC
Carolyn Hallett, JD CCH Board Certified Homeopath and Neurofeedback Specialist
1118 Finnegan Way, Suite 102
Bellingham WA 98225 360.752.2111
Neurofeedback ~ Train Your Brain, Change Your Life