Chemistry 2019-10-02T05:27:04+00:00

​Body Chemistry – Your Hormones & Neurotransmitters

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​Body Chemistry:

Your Hormones & Neurotransmitters
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Body Chemistry:
Your Hormones & Neurotransmitters

Although you aren’t aware of them, your endocrine system is constantly churning out hormones that control everything from your:

  • heart rate
  • metabolism
  • mood
  • sex drive
  • appetite
  • more!

Excess Estrogen-especially after menopause when levels drop-is associated with an increased risk of breast cancer, dementia, uterine cancer, and more.

Irisin is released when you sweat and converts calorie-storing white fat cells into calorie-torching brown fat cells. Higher irisin levels may also be associated with a reduced risk of age-related diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s.

Testosterone plays a role in your sex drive, bone density, and muscle strength. When levels are too high, it can lead to polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which prevents ovulation and results in an increased risk of insulin resistance, heart disease, excess hair growth, acne, and more.

Peptide YY – the gut hormone is produced in the small intestine and released into your bloodstream after you eat to decrease appetite and make you feel full.

Glucagon-like Peptide 1 Another appetite-regulating hormone produced in the gut after you eat. Foods rich in fat and protein are associated with increased GLP-1 secretion, which makes you feel more satisfied.

Thyroid Hormones – triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4), control your metabolism. Not only does your metabolism dictate your weight, it also determines your energy levels, internal temperature, skin, hair, nail growth, and more.

Insulin – After you eat, cells in your pancreas release insulin that shuttles glucose from your bloodstream into your body’s tissues to use for energy later.

Glucagon – Produced by cells in your pancreas, it’s effects are opposite to insulin’s. When your blood sugar levels dip, glucagon breaks down stored glucose so your body can use it for energy. Insulin and glucagon work together to keep your blood sugar levels stable.

Serotonin is known for its mood-boosting effects, and low levels may lead to depression. It’s also associated with learning and memory, regulating sleep, and digestion (about 95 percent of serotonin is made in your gut, not in your brain!)

Gherlin – The hunger hormone is released in your stomach and signals to your brain that it’s time to feast. Controlling ghrelin levels may be key to preventing weight gain.

Leptin is produced in your fat cells and communicates to your brain that you’ve been fed so you stop eating. It also helps your brain regulate how much energy your body burns throughout the day.

Adiponectin is the fat-fighting hormone that boosts your muscles’ ability to use carbohydrates for energy, increases your metabolism, and speeds the rate at which your body breaks down fat. Your fat cells release the hormone, but leaner people have higher adiponectin levels than those who are overweight.

Melatonin – the sleep hormone, your brain’s pineal gland produces the hormone at night to help you fall asleep and stay asleep. Acts as a powerful antioxidant in your body, helping prevent cellular damage from disease-causing free radicals.

Oxytocin levels go up when we touch others. The bonding hormone makes us feel closer and more connected to others, which brightens our outlook.

Growth Hormone produced in your pituitary gland, is crucial for increasing muscle and bone strength in women. It also protects your tissues against breakdown, which guards against injuries and keeps your metabolism humming.

Cortisol – Your stress hormone makes you feel stressed, but it’s essential to your survival. Cortisol increases your heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, and muscle tension in the face of danger and ends the processes you don’t need in the moment like digestion and reproduction. However, health problems occur when cortisol levels maintain chronically high long after the threat has passed such as when you have overworked adrenals.

Adrenaline – When there’s a threat to your safety, your adrenal gland churns out this fight or flight hormone, which allows you to battle the danger head-on or escape to safety. Chronic stress can lead to persistently high levels of adrenaline, leaving you at risk for anxiety, depression, heart disease, weight gain, and more.

Dopamine is the feel-good hormone, and it does more than brighten your mood, it tells your brain to repeat a pleasurable activities (like having sex and eating tasty food) over and over again. Use it to your advantage: When you need to feel better, listen to your favorite tune because hearing a song you love results in a dopamine rush.

And there’s MORE!!


Neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers that help our bodies think, feel and move. They are the molecules used by the nervous system to transmit messages between neurons, or from neurons to muscles.

However, the levels of key neurotransitters in many women are often too high, too low and/or out of balance.

  • What could go wrong? Just about ANYTHING!

Many neurological diseases and mental disorders are due to improper functioning of neurotransmitters.

Such as:

  • — Alzheimer’s – Ach – Acetylcholine – used everywhere in the brain
  • — Migraines
  • — ADD
  • — Depression / Anger – too little serotonin
  • — Stroke
  • — Parkinson’s disease – too little dopamine
  • — Schizophrenia – too much dopamine
  • — Epilepsy – too little GABA
  • — Memory, Brain Function – Glutamate


  • ​Change in vision
  • ​Loss of peripheral vision
  • ​Blurred vision
  • ​Menstrual irregularities
  • ​Sexual dysfunction
  • ​Enlargement of the fingers, face or forehead
  • ​Bruise easily
  • ​Muscles feel weak
  • ​Hormone imbalance
  • ​Wake up in the middle of the night
  • ​Trouble falling asleep
  • ​No dreams
  • ​Anxious thinking at night
  • ​Superficial sleep
  • ​PTSD
  • ​Fyromyalgia
  • ​Anxiety
  • ​Pain
  • ​Circadian rhythm off
  • ​Jet Lag
  • ​Aging process
  • ​Elevated Stress Hormones
  • ​Fatigue
  • ​Irritability
  • ​Headaches
  • ​Nausea
  • ​Memory problems
  • ​Balance or coordination problems
  • ​Loss of JOY
  • ​Confusion or delusions
  • ​Impaired perception of reality
  • ​Tendency to over-analyze
  • ​Depression
  • ​Paranoia
  • ​Neurological disorders
  • ​Pessimism
  • ​Jealousy & envy

These are all unbalanced hormone symptoms, and women over 50 are at the highest risk.

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