Neurostress: the cause of physical, psychic and mental disorders. Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers which are responsible for transferring information between the nerve cells in the brain and entire body.
They affect the muscles, blood vessels and the generation of hormones. Even our mental condition, our sleep, the way in which we handle pain are all governed and influenced by neurotransmitters. Our mood, memory, advertency, motivation and learning ability depend on the interaction of neurotransmitters.
Stress hormones are messengers which effect the assimilation reactions of the body when it is exposed to stress. During stress, depressive mood fluctuations, competitive sports or sensory overload stress hormones are released from the adrenal gland. In our body, cortisol, adrenalin, noradrenalin, dopamine and serotonin have stimulating and inhibitive functions. A laboratory analysis is carried out by means of urine and saliva swab tests. The treatment is implemented by administering natural precursors of the neurotransmitters, such as amino acids, vitamins and minerals.