Dopamine, The Natural “Happy Hormone”

If you’re addicted to alcohol, smoke, drugs, chocolate, or sex or struggling with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, memory problems, diabetes, or dementia, then dopamine may be a part of the problem and the solution.
What is dopamine? And how to stimulate it in a healthy and natural way?

Dopamine is the “pleasure hormone” that when it’s released gives a feeling of comfort, pleasure, relaxation, or joy.
And it’s often stimulated by certain drugs, activities, and foods, and a lack of this hormone is often connected with several health issues.

Dopamine is stimulated through physical activity. So any kind of training or physical activity that gets the body moving and blood circulation going will help you stimulate this hormone and release the effects of it.

Foods that may contribute to the increase of the production of this hormone and other important hormones as well are almonds, fish, strawberry, apples, bananas, chocolate, and all protein-rich food.

By physical exercise you will release more amounts of dopamine, and after a while with regular physical activity you will see the benefits. You will regularly feel happier and relaxed, and you will have a more stable mood as your hormones are stabilizing.

Physical activity also increases the production of a long list of other hormones that contribute to a general feeling of joy, relaxation, and happiness, like endorphins, serotonin, and adrenalin. Which all have benefits of their own.

Parkinson is connected with a low production of dopamine, as this hormone is necessary for a proper function between the nerves. Some claim that diabetes, dementia, and sleeping disorder are also connected with the low production of this hormone.

People with mental problems like anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, ADHD and bipolar disease can also reap good benefits from increasing their dopamine levels.

Other things you can do to improve your health is: to get enough amount of sleep, drink enough water, stress-less, get enough Omega 3, vitamin B and D, and all the other nutrients and vitamins that are beneficial and necessary for a good mental and physical health.
All of these things will improve your life and have a positive effect on your health, and they will prevent a lot of health issues. Then you can enjoy a good health, the way God intended it originally.

Improving Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, Nervousness, And Restlessness

There is such a thing known as an artistic temperament, and it’s kind of conducive to creativity.
Dr. Igor Galynker, director of the Family Center for Bipolar Disorder.

“In fact, it’s rumored that many of the notable artists in history—including Beethoven, Lord Byron and Charles Dickens— suffered from the disorder.”
Lauren Cahoon

Many people are struggling with bipolar disorder, ADHD, nervousness, and restlessness. And many people struggling with nerves and these kinds of health issues can have a good effect of channeling their energy into different activities.

Some people claim that finding something to channel their energy into has helped them cure the worst symptoms of these disorders.
Many people just need to use their energy the right way, and if they don’t, there will be imbalances creating health issues.

A lot of great people in history have had a so-called “artistic temperament” and have suffered from these symptoms because they have received great amounts of energy that they needed to channel into something artistic.

Try painting, writing, singing, playing instruments, playing sports, or training, and see if it helps.
Sitting down doing nothing and watching television all day is not good for anyone, and even less for people and children with these disorders and health issues who need to get a healthy release of their energy.

Make a research on your own, and see if other people have found solutions that have worked for them individually, that can work for you, your child, or your loved ones as well.

Read our book “Don’t judge A Book By Its Cover” where all of these things are described more deeply.


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