Serotonin: Brain’s Feel Good Neurotransmitter
Builds self-esteem, confidence, optimism and a positive outlook
Serotonin is the brain’s feel-good neurotransmitter. It is involved in mood, sleep, pain, appetite control, sexual desire, and endocrine regulation.
Adequate brain serotonin levels are associated with feelings of security, social ease, confidence, optimism and well-being. It is essential for optimal brain function.
Serotonin is naturally made in the brain and body from 5-HTP (also an ingredient in Mood TuneUp).
Serotonin is involved in both learning and memory. Accumulating research suggests that serotonin plays an important role in synaptic plasticity, brain development and function.
Serotonin levels decline as we age.
Serotonin affects much more than mood. Serotonin deficiency symptoms may include:
What the Experts Say:
“Serotonin is the brain’s feel-good neurotransmitter” –“The Survivors Club: The Secrets and Science that Could Save Your Life” – by Ben Sherwood
“Serotonin combats depression, builds self-esteem and a positive outlook, and creates feelings of calm” –Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN and Pediatric NP, author of “Is It Me or My Hormones?: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly about PMS, ..”
“Good levels make a person feel confident and vibrant” –“The Happy Body: Getting to the Root of YOUR Fitness, Health and Productivity” – by Jonathan Wong
“Serotonin is absolutely critical for optimal brain functioning.” –“The New Bible Cure For Depression & Anxiety” – by Don Colbert, MD
“Serotonin is key to feeling motivated, having self-confidence and being enthusiastic about life” –Elizabeth Somer, author of “Eat Your Way to Sexy: Reignite Your Passion, Look Ten Years Younger and Feel …