the chemistry of wellbeing.
Our brain is an endless source of activity; countless neurotransmitters and hormones connecting reams of sensory input from the eyes, ears, noses, taste buds, fingertips, genitals . . . literally everything we think about, experience and even imagine is born of our neural hormonal network. Serotonin, the most well-publicized feel-good neurotransmitter influences sadness, stress, relaxation, sleep and satiety. Dopamine, our “Hormone of happiness”, is a fundamental motivating hormone. Endorphins, our “Runners High” hormone are released during pain, love and orgasm. Acetylcholine stimulates the higher brain functions of learning and memory, Testosterone burns fat and builds muscle—but is also well known for positive psychological effects in middle-aged men and women. RNA/DNA supports memory, mental sharpness, energy and sex drive.
From sleep to sport to sex to satiety, our brains are nonstop electro-chemical neurotransmission labs that support us through every facet of life. Hundreds of chemicals connecting sensory input from our eyes, ears, noses, taste buds, fingertips, genitals . . . Even after death. Human brain currents have been observed still trying to connect up 37 hours after death. Neurotransmitters (and hormones) are critical to our ability to feel good. Unfortunately, age and other stressors we make less of these critical chemicals, especially in difficult times.
What are neurotransmitters? Neurotransmitters are special sensory cells that relay, amplify, and modulate signals between neurons and target cells across a synapse. One of the best ways to understand neurotransmitters is by describing their job—connecting the billions of electrical shorts in the brain. Many neurotransmitters are often referred to as hormones. Neurotransmitters are messenger molecules in the brain. Hormones are messenger molecules in our endocrine system. Both are involved in almost every function of the body and are critical to well-being. Some neurotransmitters exist as both hormones and neurotransmitters. For instance, serotonin, the most well-publicized feel good neurotransmitter, influences sadness, stress, relaxation, sleep and satiety. As the brain releases serotonin, tension is eased. Serotonin can also support the inhibition of violent tendencies. Another well-known neurotransmitter, Dopamine, plays a huge role in our internal reward sensation axis. Dopamine is also the inspiration for male erections, even more so than testosterone. It also supports alertness. Put serotonin and dopamine together are supporting a relaxed vigilance. Everyone has heard of endorphins. Endorphins trigger ecstasy and runners high. They also block pain. Another feel good neurotransmitter called acetylcholine does double duty as both a neurotransmitter and a hormone. Acetylcholine supports brain and muscle stimulation. Life would be pretty flat without healthy neuronal and hormonal levels. Without them we would lack passion, purpose, peace . . . NeuroPlex is an ultra-ionic homeopathic formulation containing DNA strands of the important neurotransmitters and hormones critical to connecting us to the essence of a happy lived life. For more information on what homeopathy is please click here; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpC8BvHyorg&feature=related
Serotonin 12X/16X Serotonin regulates appetite, sleep, memory and learning; temperature, mood, behavior, muscle contraction. Serotonin allows us to consume fewer carbohydrate calories because it stimulates a sense of satiety in the brain and colon. Serotonin is also instrumental in supporting feelings of depression and anxiety. In one study based upon The Ultimatum Game study models demonstrated that people with artificially lowered serotonin levels rejected fair offers more often than game players with more normal serotonin levels. Serotonin is critical to feeling grounded. According to research with living humans ages 18-76 at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center the serotonin system has been shown to substantially decline with age.
Dopamine 12x/16x Dopamine is a motivating hormone. The “Hormone of happiness”, dopamine makes people more talkative. Discovered as recently as 1958, dopamine also controls movement and emotional response. With its ability to induce extreme pleasure it is integrally involved with our reward axis. Dopamine the neurotransmitter triggers cognition while dopamine the hormone increases libido and erections in males. That said, dopamine creates more children, and children create more dopamine—in themselves. Dopamine is also a precursor for the synthesis of the feel-good nor-epinephrine (nor-adrenaline) and epinephrine (adrenaline) hormones. Dopamine levels diminish with age. Dopamine also plays a key role in our reward system. How much dopamine we release during from any given stimuli is what determines the level of reward. The more dopamine released, the more intensity the reward is experienced. Cigarette and cocaine are two unhealthy ways adults often attempt to recapture more youthful levels of dopamine. Many overeaters self-prescribe with food, compensatory behavior based on a low dopamine level. To that end its very relevant to obesity. An overwhelming number of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) studies have reported a significant reduction in dopamine synthesis as we age. People whose hands tremble from Parkinson's disease have a diminished ability to synthesize dopamine. Dopamine is crucial to fine muscle coordination. Attention deficits are also associated with a paucity of dopamine.
Endorphins 12x Endorphins are produced during exercise, excitement, pain, love and orgasm. They are powerful in their ability to support feelings of well-being. So much so that the term “Endorphin Rush” has been adopted in popular speech. Endorphins are three times more powerful than morphine in mitigating pain signals. Healthy endorphin levels support our sense of power and control in the face of stressful agents.
Acetylcholine 6X. Acetylcholine stimulates the higher brain functions of learning and memory: how fast your brain actually processes information. It also connects motor nerves to muscles. The first neurotransmitter to be discovered, acetylcholine is the subject of the majority of research looking for treatments for memory deficits. Acetylcholine levels tend to decline with age, in part because of a decreased ability to synthesize this enzyme.
What is NeuroPlex?
NeuroPlex is an FDA registered homeopathic protocol designed to support the body’s ability to catalyze healthy hormone and neurotransmitter levels associated with feelings of depression.
A proprietary mix of Serotonin 12X/16X, Dopamine 12x/16X, Acetylcholine 6X, Endorphins12X, RNA DNA 6C/12X, Testosterone 30X, SAMe 3X, Silicea 12X, Aspartic acid 6X, Glycine 6X, Proline 6X, Glutamine 6X Isoleucine 6X, Tyrosine 6X, Cystine 6X, Natrum Muraticum 6X, Kali Phosphoricum 6X, Rhodiola Rosea 3X Oxytocin 12X , Citric Acid USP, Product is in a base of 0.65 sodium chloride, USP, 0.03% Sodium Benzoate USP, 0.03% Potassium Sorbate USP, Purified Water.
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