We want to have the energy levels and the mood to do the things that we have always wanted to do with our lives. We want to think big, create, explore, innovate, and imagine. We want to become wildly successful in our careers. We want to be artistic and fun-loving and desirable. We want all of these things. So, why can't we get them?
Some people are able to be ambitious and motivated enough to seek these things out in their lives. They seem to be happy all of the time. So, what gives? Why isn't everyone else happy and experiencing these moments? Why can't others get off the couch to do some of the things that they've always wanted to do?
For some, the answers lie in the various chemicals in the brain that dictate how happy and well-adjusted we are. People with unbalanced chemicals can become depressed, anxiety ridden, unmotivated, and even suicidal. This is where a chemical called serotonin comes in.
This book seeks to educate you on what serotonin is, why the brain and body need serotonin, how to detect low serotonin levels, and how to boost your serotonin levels in your brain. We also cover what can happen to your brain if you continue to have low serotonin levels over a long period of time. The tips herein can help you to reduce your risk of Alice in Wonderland syndrome, psychotic episodes, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, depression, and more!
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By Rick Austin on 31-03-18
This Itself will give you anxiety
Every comment made it this text is quickly followed by it's opposing view. "You may not be able to sleep, you may sleep too much", "You may be co-dependent, you may tend to isolate yourself", "You may lack confidence, you may be over confident and too self aware". My background is in accounting, but I could write a full length book on any subjectif I get to contradict myself at every turn.
By stu wylam on 16-01-18
concise and descriptive
informative. monotone narration was dull but quite informative and well paced . numerous effects of low our high serotonin illustrated the situation well.