Your quick reference guide to your neurotransmitters and the effect they have on your body every day!

How are your neurotransmitters affecting you?

Fatigue, depression, weight-related issues, anxiousness, sleep problems, difficulty focusing, and low mood are common patient symptoms. Too common. If you suffer from any of these health concerns, it may be that your neurotransmitters are out of balance.
 

Simply put, neurotransmitters are chemicals that serve as messengers between the brain and our organs. They, along with hormones, work like the body's internal telephone system. Having adequate levels of each of them and balance within the system is necessary for proper communication.


Our nervous system is one of the most complex systems in nature, coordinating thousands of processes, from muscle contractions to crying. The brain tells your heart to beat, your lungs to breathe, and your stomach to digest. Proper neurotransmitter functioning is necessary for thought processes, emotions, sleep, energy production, appetite control, anxiety levels and a sense of calm. It controls our learning, memory, attention, mood, pain relief, pleasure and glucose metabolism. Clearly a system with this much responsibility needs to function optimally for a person to stay healthy.

As science learns more and more about how your brain functions, the link between neurotransmitters and your health becomes more and more clear.  It's exactly why you need to Know Your Neurotransmitters.


I've assembled a helpful and easy to understand cheat sheet for you to reference at anytime you are experiencing any of the following issues. It will help you determine if you have an imbalance and where so you can take next steps.

  • Anxiety 
  • Cravings 
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches 
  • Low Mood 
  • Poor Memory 
  • Poor Sleep 
  • Stress

Your cheat sheet gives you an easy to follow reference that you can double check the moment you experience a symptom!

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