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Unraveling: The serotonin connection to depression
Millions of people turn to antidepressants to help them weather their darkest days. But despite their popularity, what if the mechanism by which the most popularly prescribed were designed to work — correcting a serotonin “imbalance” — turned out to be a myth?
Can’t get no satisfaction? Release more oxytocin
People whose brains release more oxytocin tend to be kinder and more satisfied with their lives. And unlike most beneficial chemcials in the body, oxytocin release increases with age. But if you’re not getting enough satisfaction, here’s how to get more…
The mood switch in our brains activated by daylight
There’s no denying the seasons influence our state of mind. It’s easier to be in a good mood when the days are long and warm, but much harder during the short, dark days of winter, when some of us suffer from seasonal affective disorder. What is it about the light that affects our brain and moods so strongly?
The serotonin ‘diet’: Putting nature’s appetite suppressant to work
We’d like to share some information with you about a way you can work with your body and its natural chemical processes to help control your appetite and be able to make better food choices. And, as an added bonus, you may find yourself smiling more often. Here’s the scoop.
The diet that can keep Parkinson’s away
About a million people in the United States are presently living with various stages of Parkinson’s disease. There is no cure for this progressive disease that slowly robs you of your physical and mental capabilities. But the right diet could keep it at bay for quite a long time.
Tips to trigger your happy chemicals and boost your mood
For a minute, just close your eyes and think about what makes you happy. We often think about people in our lives, circumstances or possessions. In reality, however, happiness is largely a chemical experience. That means you can intentionally trigger your mood-boosting neurotransmitters.