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What Neurotransmitter Relieves Pain And Increases Well Being
Comments: Why do you view a need to "increase my neurotransmitters", do you have a degenerative neurological condition? In Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. we do have a Multi-Neurotransmitter Deficiency problem, and we have drugs to enhance and stabilize the imbalances. ...Read more
A neurotransmitter is a chemical messenger that carries, boosts and modulates signals between neurons and other cells in the body. In most cases, a neurotransmitter is released from the axon terminal after an action potential has reached the synapse. The neurotransmitter then crosses the synaptic gap to reach the receptor site of the ...Read more
What r neurotransmitters, what's r the symptoms of low or weak neurotransmitter rate and how to increase them naturaly with food and exercises? Male 22
Neuroscience: They are a group of fascinating chemicals released from the cells of the nervous system. In basic terms they communicate with other cells in order to bring about or stop a desired effect. There are many kinds and levels rarely need to be tested in clinical practice. Healthy diet and engaging in regular exercise can certainly help as can partaking in other enjoyable activities and hobbies. ...Read more
Disease examples: Let's use model of acetylcholine. In Alzheimer's disease we give meds called acetylcholinesterases, which block chemical that breaks down transmitter, and enhances communication. In myasthenia gravis, we have similar approaches to maintain nerve/ muscle interactions. Why do you ask? Is there a condition that needs attention? ...Read more
Can a pheochromocytoma or paraganglioma cause an increase in dopamine production or similar effects in any other neurotransmitter processes?
How do I balance my neurotransmitters in my brain with amino acid therapy to get it into good working function again?? Any help and tips!!
Several queries: What is concerning you regarding your "neurotransmitter" function? Are there emotional issues, cognitive issues, headaches, dizziness, fatigue?And why do you think amino acid therapy does anything practical or helpful? Give us direct concerns and we can pinpoint some directions for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple transmitter: Pain is complicated and multiple neurotransmitters modulate pain. Not to confuse you but they include substance P, norepinephrine, VIP, endorphins, serotonin, somatostatin, CGRP, GABA, glutamate, cholecystokinin, and nitric oxide and there are just as many, if not more, receptors. As you can see, the regulation of pain is very complex with multiple etiologies. ...Read more
Plus or minus: Too much of a neurotransmitter such as glutamate may provoke headache but so too for thyroxine, norepinephrine, antidiuretic hormone, vasoactive intestinal peptide. Many times the problem isn't too much but too little (eg serotonin) or simply imbalances between several neurotransmitters. ...Read more
What neurotransmitters are affected during ssri discontinuation? Every time i lower my dose i feel anxious, lightheaded, low libido, and stomach pain.
See below: A neurotransmitter is a chemical messenger that carries, boosts and modulates signals between neurons and other cells in the body. In most cases, a neurotransmitter is released from the axon terminal after an action potential has reached the synapse. The neurotransmitter then crosses the synaptic gap to reach the receptor site of the other cell or neuron. ...Read more
Which acids?: And which neurotransmitters? And in what clinical context are you asking the question because I can't really think of a good scenario where"acids" would be able to be exposed to neurotransmitters in a person unless their entire body is in a fulminant acidotic state with no compensation occurring and that is generally not compatible with life....so maybe a little more information would help? ...Read more
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