Took The Neurotransmitter Deficiency Test But Need Help

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    Hey guys,

    I took the neurotransmitter test but I am still not sure what the results show. Could anybody please take a look at the results and tell me what could be wrong.

    Test 1 – Dependencies

    Dopamine Nature: 28

    Acetylcholine Nature: 22

    GABA Nature: 25

    Serotonin Nature: 19

    Test 2 – Deficiencies

    Dopamine Nature: 17

    Acetylcholine Nature: 12

    GABA Nature: 25

    Serotonin Nature: 12

    If you could decode these results then I would be truely greatful. Thank you.

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    It would help if there was a reference range that showed what was high or low.



    Ignore part 1 and focus on part 2, your deficiencies.

    Anything above 5 is deficient and like most of us here you seem very deficient in GABA. Don’t take the test too seriously, just treat it as a guide. You should work on 1 at a time. Perhaps start taking 5-HTP or Tryptophan (now legal! woo!) to improve your serotonin first and try the test again in a couple of months to see if the results have improved.



    Hey voodoo, have you ever supplemented with SAMe before? I read somewhere that SAMe can help boost seratonin, dopamine, and gaba. I have been interested in trying this one for quite some time now as I have read some great reviews.



    Thanks for the reply. I have recently started meditating as I have heard this is very beneficial to the parasympathetic system and neurotransmitters like GABA and serotonin, am I right?



    I have heard of SAMe but never actually tried it or looked into it. I will have a look. Let me know how you get on if you decide to take it.


    I believe so. My research tells me the same. Any form of deep relaxation is beneficial to your parasympathetic nervous system. Consider concious deep breathing. I often breathe in on 3 and out on 6 as much as I can – usually in the evenings when I watch movies or read a book. You should also aim to get 8 hours sleep every night and no less than 7.

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