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What are natural remedy for regulating serotonin and dopamine in blood.

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Dr. Sonal Goswami
Neurology 21 years experience
Natural remedy: Any kind of physcial activity, stress management- music, art, relaxation therapy like yoga , meditation, talking to good old friends, spending time with kids. Anything that makes you happy in that moment can help you raise brain chemicals which is the unltimate key of happiness.
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Dr. Robert Kent
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine 14 years experience
Exercise: Is one of the best natural remedies for these neurotransmitters in a healthy person. This is different and more complicated if someone has parkinsons or other neuro diseases. However, exercise has demonstrated about the same effect in treating depression as ssri medications and should be an adjunct to anyone wanting to regulate serotonin and dopamine. Most herbals are not proven.
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