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What hormones control a man's emotions?

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Dr. Robert Stuart
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In brief: Serotonin

We think serotonin is the primary mood hormone in the brain.
Mood disorders are frequently related to some imbalance between serotonin and dopamine. Low testosterone can also have an effect but it is usually experienced as fatigue and lack of motivation.

In brief: Serotonin

We think serotonin is the primary mood hormone in the brain.
Mood disorders are frequently related to some imbalance between serotonin and dopamine. Low testosterone can also have an effect but it is usually experienced as fatigue and lack of motivation.
Dr. Robert Stuart
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Dr. Marcello Maviglia
complex question. My best answer is that I do not know for sure, as it depends on more than one neurotransmitter, peptide, and hormone.
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