N is for Neurotransmitters

hidden signals in
each being, traveling on
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Neurotransmitters are substances that transmit messages from one neuron to another through an electrochemical process. Neurons are nerve cells found throughout the human body in our nervous system. The nervous system covers our entire body and allows all areas of the body to communicate with the brain. This communication occurs with the help of the neurotransmitters. There are many neurotransmitters. Imbalances found in some of these neurotransmitters in the brain have been implicated in symptoms found in some mental disorders and states. The info-graphic below shows an example of a few neurotransmitters and how they affect us and some medications or substances that help with regulating imbalances.


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