Being mentally healthy is a very important part of your health. Imbalances in brain neurotransmitters can cause symptoms such as depression, anxiety, insomnia, irritability, tiredness, sadness, loss of motivation, anger, addictive behaviour, aggression, sugar or alcohol cravings, and many more.
Mental illness such as ADHD, Autism, Alzheimer’s, Clinical Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Dementia, Sleep Disorders and other psychological conditions are examined from a biochemical perspective, the causes are explored, and treated based on individual situations. Heavy metals, toxic overload, nutritional deficiency, allergies, gut infection, inflammation, and a history of stress can all be triggers.
There are a number of brain neurotransmitters, including serotonin, histamine and GABA, all of which need to be in balance for you to feel happy, calm and content. These brain neurotransmitters can become imbalanced when we go through a stressful time, if we are nutritionally deficient such as continually eating a poor diet, changes in our gut bacteria or if we have a continual stress affecting us on a daily basis.