Neurotransmitter Therapy

Neurotransmitters are small molecules that are released by a presynaptic neuron to transmit signals from a neuron to a target cell across a synapse. They are the chemical messengers that send messages through signals and are responsible for communication in the synapse (the junction between the axon terminal of one neuron and the dendrite of another neuron where information from one neuron is transmitted to another neuron). 

The quick response of your body is because of the active neurotransmitters in your body. Your brain and back have these transmitters and work accordingly, for example, two people communicate with each other and discuss things. Here brain’s neurotransmitters will work by passing signals and help regulate the messages.

Another example is of rapid reaction of an action that is performed by the neurotransmitters present in the back of a person. You touch the fire by mistake and suddenly pull your hand back, here the brain’s neurotransmitters take longer than the back.

What is Neurotransmitter Therapy?

Our brains are soggy computers that don’t have wires but sensitive cells that communicate with each other using chemicals called neurotransmitters. The balance of chemicals is 100 percent if the function of our body is 100 percent i.e. our movement, our eating and sleeping habits, our emotions, how we think and much more. The more the neurotransmitters are balanced the more our body works efficiently. 

However, everyone has a different capacity to digest things mentally, which makes it obvious that they have different functioning of neurotransmitters. Some of us have got such a strong and balanced brain chemistry that they can eat poorly, work properly without sleep and handle worse kinds of situations and stress with ease. They are normally called “bomb proof brain chemistry and have the overactive brain chemistry “. 

The second category is the opposite and they have vulnerable chemistry. They are the people who keep a proper check and balance at their meals, sleeping hours and how much stress they are dealing with. Following a proper schedule makes them at peace else they go crazy. They are not psychologically imbalanced people but it seems like little to nothing can send them into a tailspin. They have hypoactive brain chemistry.

Then comes the third category that is called neutrals having balanced chemistry and all the activities are normally done in a routine. 

No matter what brain chemistry we have, we can develop any kind of imbalance which can lead us to problems like depression, anxiety, insomnia, ADHD, bipolar syndrome, memory loss, bulimia, addiction and many more. 

Normally a situation or a state of stress which causes imbalance and the other one is aging. Stress over little things and bottling it up can lead to the imbalance of brain chemistry and causes imbalance, and it’s obvious about the aging factor, as soon as a person gets older the brain chemistry starts getting older too.

However, doctors prescribe the following medication after checking upon the condition:

  1. glutamate
  2. serotonin
  3. acetylcholine
  4. dopamine
  5. lexotinal

And last but not least, psychotherapy, which is helpful for the people of every age.

What Are the Best Anti-Aging Therapies?

It’s not hard to cure aging if you know the right therapies. Some people use home remedies, but a lot of them don’t work all the time. So, for a better result, it’s vital to use therapies that can work for all types of aging signs.

Most people use hormonal therapy because it helps to stop the aging process fast. As the level of hormones goes down with age, hormonal therapy can work better.  Here are some other anti-aging therapies that you can try:

Micronutrient Therapy
Antioxidant Therapy
Neurotransmitter Therapy
Anti-aging Thyroid Treatments

Most Common Types of Neurotransmitters Are:

  1. acetylcholine- regulates sleep cycle and functioning of muscles
  2. norepinephrine- enhances the level of wakefulness and keeps the mind alert
  3. epinephrine- makes the heart rate, glucose production and blood pressure efficient
  4. GABA- reduces nervous excitability
  5. dopamine- regulates the growth of hormones
  6. glutamate- regulates the working of brain, its learning process and memory
  7. serotonin- improves the working of the body by regulating its temperature, feeling the pain and sleep cycle. 
  8. histamine- regulates every function of the body

Neurotransmitters and Their Functions:

Neurotransmitters are the endogenetic chemicals that produce neurotransmission which transmits signals across a biological junction from one neuron to another neuron, gland cell or muscle cell. It is a booster which balances signals between nerve cells, neurons and other cells in the body. Billions of molecules work constantly to keep the brain, heartbeat, breathing, learning and concentration level to the point. 

Neurotransmitter works through neurotransmission which means all the system depends on a small gap called synapse because the neurons are not directly connected. There is a small gap called synapse, at the end of each neuron which helps in communication and keeping the balance. 

After the action potential reaches the synapse, a neurotransmitter is released from the axon, a place where the neurons can transmit signals to each other. 

Once the job of neurotransmitter is completely performed, it can be stopped by different mechanisms:

  1. Deactivated by enzymes. 
  2. Drift away from the receptor.
  3. Taken back up by reuptake.

Neurotransmitters can be differentiated on the basis of their chemical structure:

  1. catecholamines- epinephrine, dopamine, norepinephrine
  2. amino acids- glutamate, GABA
  3. monoamine- histamine, serotonin

Neurotransmitters Disorders:

A neuron cultivates and generates a nervous impulse along its axon and transmits it across a synapse by releasing neurotransmitters. Neurons that transmit neurotransmitters are called presynaptic neurons and the ones which receive the neurotransmitters are called postsynaptic neurons.

Sometimes, retrograde neurotransmission happens during which the dendrites (a neuron’s receiving branches) on the postsynaptic neurons unharness neurotransmitters that have an effect on receptors on the presynaptic neurons. 

Interconnections are complex when it comes to CNS (central nervous system) from one neuron to another, the impulse passes through:

  • axon to dendrite
  • cell body to cell body
  • axon to the cell body
  • dendrite to dendrite

Diffusion:

Action potential diffusion is electrical which is along an axon and is across the axonal membrane which is caused by the exchange of sodium and potassium ions. A specific neuron produces the same action diffusion conducting it at a fixed velocity along the axon, after each stimulus. Velocity is determined by the degree of myelination, axonal diameter and ranges from 1 to 4 m/sec in small unmyelinated fibers to 75 m/sec in large myelinated ones. 

Diffusion speed is higher in myelinated fibers because the myelin cover has the specified number of gaps, where the axon is exposed. The electrical impulse rotates from one node to the next, excluding the myelinated section of the axon. Thus, disorders that alter the myelin cover interfere with impulse propagation, causing various neurologic symptoms. 

Excitatory and Inhibitory Signals:

The reaction triggered by neurochemical unharness will either kill or activate the postsynaptic nerve cell or inhibit or stop its activity. Postsynaptic neurons receive multiple neurochemical signals and electrical signals from various neurons.

The neurons that receive signals, adds the input together, the neuron fires and sends signals to other neurons upon getting more excitatory signals. If the total of the signals are restrictive, the neuron itself has no impact on the activity of other neurons and does not fire or influence the activity of other neurons.

This jumbling up of all the reaction is called summation.

Other types of summation contain: 

Spatial summation: once multiple impulses are received on completely different locations of the nerve cell and also the nerve cell then sums them up

Temporal summation: once impulses are received inside a brief amount of your time and are then value-added along

For a nerve cell to come up with a sign and hearth, it must reach a threshold potential. A threshold potential is made by a web increase in Na flow into the cell throughout the exchange of Na and metallic element ions.

Sodium enters the cell until the threshold amount is achieved. As a result, the cell fires an action potential. This action potential, only after reaching the threshold, travels along the neuron’s membrane. 

If the brink isn’t reached, no impulse happens and the person can get paralyzed that cannot be completely cured.

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Disorders Associated With Neurotransmitters Which Therapy is Needed

  1. Depression– caused by depletion of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin in the central nervous system and be cured by enhancing these neurotransmitters in the body. 
  2. Schizophrenia– excessive amount of dopamine in the frontal lobes causes severe mental illness which leads to psychotic series in the patient. 
  3. Alzheimer’s Disease- lack of acetylcholine in certain regions of the brain causes learning and memory impairments.
  4. Epilepsy– lack or increase of inhibitory or excitatory neurotransmitters.
  5. Parkinson’s Disease– dopamine depletion leads to uncontrollable muscle tremors
  6. Huntington’s Disease– is related to abnormality in the DNA.
  7. Myasthenia Gravis– is a rare chronic autoimmune

Neurotransmitter therapy for better sleep, memory, energy 

Sleep is a gift of God to us, which is one of the best therapies to retain from any kind of workload or any stress that is bothering you.

Sleep has been tested in the sleep laboratory among animals and human beings by recording the electric field of muscle cells and cortical neurons. Activities of individual neurons and brain areas are recorded by deep brain electrodes. 

Depth of sleep depends on several things i.e. stress level, wakefulness, workload, etc. It also depends on how much a person gets tired during the day, and falls into a deep sleep accordingly. Sometimes, no matter how tired a person is, he/she cannot sleep because of some stress that is in their subconscious state of mind and is pinching them. In such a situation the person gets sleep deprived and can fall ill. 

Therefore, keeping in view all the aspects, several therapies are suggested to people according to their condition to enhance their sleep, memory, and energy so they can work efficiently like others.

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