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Neurotransmitter support for general body health
Neurotransmitters are biological molecules that the body’s billions of nerve cells use to communicate with each other via their synaptic endings.  Brain and body function deteriorate if the physiologically required supply and balance of neurotransmitters is not adequate.  Serotonin and dopamine are the two most important neurotransmitters found in the body.

These are the known causes of (and conditions associated with) neurotransmitter inadequacies:

High stress level
Alcohol use and abuse
Smoking & nicotine use
Mercury toxicity
Recreational drug use
Neurotoxic chemicals

Prolonged drug use of:
·    Anti-depressant meds
·    Anti-anxiety meds
·    Migraine headache drugs
·     Amphetamines
       - used for ADHD therapy
·     Appetite suppressants

Parkinson's disease

Anxiety and panic attacks
Attention deficit disorders
Migraine headaches
Chronic pain
Obsessive-compulsive disorder

These neurotransmitters are primarily synthesized from amino acids (which come from protein) by the body.  Taking large doses of these amino acid precursors can have a profound influence on the neurotransmitter balance in the body.  Dr. Condren can improve and balance your body’s neurotransmitter status by the use of specialized supplement products that were formulated to help overcome this problem.  If there is no improvement in your condition after being on the beginning dosage of these products for a week, Dr. Condren will order a DBS lab urine test in order to determine the direction of the next step in supporting your neurotransmitter status.

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