Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers. Your brain uses the passengers to tell your heart to beat, your lungs to breathe, your muscles to move and your stomach to digest. Your immune system uses them to tell your nervous system about threats (injuries, infections, toxins, etc.).
Neurotransmitters affect your energy levels, metabolism, mood, sleep, and concentration. Many things can cause a nerotransmitter imbalance. Excessive stress, poor diet, toxins, genetics, inflammation, alcohol, and caffeine usage can distract the balance between these communicators and cause health concerns.
Nerotransmitters testing can untangle complex and recurring health conditions and get to the root problem underlying your symptoms.
Symptoms: Low mood, Difficulty falling asleep, Anxiousness, Trouble focusing, Fatigue, Poor memory, Difficulty staying asleep, Weight gain.
These symptoms may be triggered by nervous system imbalances. The only way to know if nervous system and balances play a role in your condition is to have your nerotransmitter levels tested.