What is seratonin deficiency?

Answer Serotonin is a chemical used to transmit messages in the brain. It is thought to have a strong connection to mood, appetite and even fatigue. Scientists do not know how to measure levels of seroton... Read More »

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What are the treatments for high seratonin levels?

Prescription medications, including antidepressants, and some illicit drugs can cause high serotonin levels. This condition is serotonin syndrome and can be triggered by just one drug that raises s... Read More »

When is seratonin produced?

Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that regulates your mood, emotions and behavior. It is a chemical that helps us maintain a "happy feeling" by controlling our anxiety and helping relieve depression ... Read More »

Where is seratonin in your body?

Serotonin is a neurotransmitter chemical naturally produced by the body and is located in the brain. It sends signals back and forth between the brain and different nerve cells throughout the entir... Read More »

Is there a natural way to boost seratonin levels in the brain?

The leaves from the plant that produces passionfruit, passionflower herb, when made into a tea are exceptionally useful as an antidepressant and is also used to treat nervousness and anxiety, insom... Read More »