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Vagus nerve depression and anxiety.

The Vagus nerve sends neurochemical signals and is constantly updated about sublime and conscious sensory information. It is from the state of the body’s organs “upstream” to your brain via Afferent nerves. 80-90% of the nerve fibers in the Vagus nerve are for communicating the state of your viscera (organs and tissue) up to your… The post Vagus nerve depression and anxiety. appeared first on BayArt.

How the Medulla Oblongata affects mental health.

L-Phenylalanine → L-Tyrosine → L-DOPA → Dopamine and mental health. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that is in the catecholamine and phenethylamine families. These play a set of important stimulus in your trauma of the brain/body barrier. Their name derives from there chemical structures. They are a biological ammonia neurochemical (not a household bleach though) and…

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Lyase and Bipolar.

Lyase deficiency causes a lack of the body being able to reproduce the neurochemicals sufficiently: Leucine; and a dietary intake known as a Ketone diet. In my research on Bipolar Disorder, I have found the neurochemical Lyase is deficient or do not function correctly. Traumatic mood swing disorders are the result and may also cause… The post Lyase and Bipolar. appeared first on BayArt.