Neurotypy Suplementacja

Dopamine Deficiency

Deficient dopamine Early warning signs are loss of energy, fatigue, sluggishness, memory loss, or the blues.

Physical issues: Anemia, balance problems, blood sugar instability, bone density loss, carbohydrate cravings, decreased appetite, decreased strength, diabetes, diarrhea, anorgasmia, digestion problems, hypersomnia, head and facial tremors, high blood pressure, hyperglycemia, joint pain, kidney problems, light-headedness, low libido, narcolepsy, obesity, Parkinson’s, slow metabolism, slow rigid movements, substance abuse, sugar cravings, tension, tremors, thyroid problems, swallowing problems. Personality Issues: Aggression, anger, carelessness, depression, fear of being observed, guilt, hopelessness, worthlessness, pleasure-seeking behavior, stress intolerance, social isolation, mood swings, procrastination, self-destructive thoughts. Memory Issues: Distractibility, lack of follow-through, forgetfulness, lack of working memory, poor abstract thinking, slow processing speed. Attention Issues: ADD, decreased alertness, failure to finish tasks, hyperactivity, impulsive behavior, poor concentration.

Minor Deficit (0-5)Moderate Deficit (6-15)Major Deficit (15+)
Phenylalanine500 mg1000 mg1000-2000 mg
Tyrosine500 mg1000 mg1000-2000 mg
Methionine250 mg500 mg1000 mg
Rhodiola50 mg100 mg200 mg
Pyroxidine5 mg10 mg50 mg
B complex25 mg50 mg100 mg
Phosphatidylserine50 mg100 mg200 mg
Ginko Biloba50 mg75 mg100 mg

Dietary modifications can boost dopamine as well. Increase your intake of phenylalanine and tyrosine (use Equal as a sugar substitute), eat chicken, cottage cheese, eggs, pork, ricotta cheese, soybean products, turkey, walnuts, wheat germ, granola, oats, duck, and milk and yogurt.

To prevent dopamine burnout, practice deep breathing (from abdomen), alternating nostrils, watch nonviolent movies and TV shows, weight lifting 3 times per week. Prevent exposure to lead and cadmium. Stop smoking. A cup or two of caffeine in the morning is a very common way to increase dopamine, however this can cause insomnia or tremors if dosage is too high or it is taken too late in the day.

Acetylcholine Deficiency

Deficient Acetylcholine Acetylcholine controls your brain speed and the rate at which electrical signals are processed, connecting your physical experiences to memories and thoughts. When your brain speed 10 slows with deficient acetylcholine, the brain does not have time to connect all the new stimuli to previously stored information, so it is discarded when the new information pours in. Your recall may become spotty, and you may not react to sensory stimuli as fast as before. This causes forgetfulness.

Physical issues: Agitation, Alzheimers, anxiety, arthritis, autism, high cholesterol, decreased sexual ability, diabetes, problems urinating, dry cough, dry mouth, dyslexia, frequent urination, eye disorders, fat cravings, frequent bowel movements, glaucoma, lack of arousal, inflammatory problems, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, reading/writing disorders, slowness of movement, speech problems

Personality issues: Bipolar disorder, math errors, changes in personality and language, hysterical behavior, mood swings, rule breaking.

Memory issues: Learning disorders, loss of immediate visual and verbal memory, memory disturbance, memory lapses

Attention issues: Attention problems, difficulty concentrating, diminished comprehension, impaired abstract thinking, impaired creativity.

Minor Deficit (0-5)Moderate Deficit (6-15)Major Deficit (15+)
Choline (GPC choline)100 mg200 mg500 mg
Phosphatidylcholine500 mg1000 mg2000 mg
Phosphatidylserine50 mg100 mg200 mg
Acetyl-l-carnitine250 mg500 mg1000 mg
DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid)200 mg500 mg1000 mg
Thiamine25 mg50 mg100 mg
Pantothenic Acid25 mg50 mg100 mg
Vitamin B12100 mg200 mg500 mg
Taurine250 mg500 mg1000 mg
Huperzine-A50 mg100 mg200 mg
Ginko Biloba50 mg75 mg100 mg
Korean Ginseng100 mg200 mg500 mg

GABA Deficiency

Deficient GABA Gaba is produced in the temporal lobes and is associated throughout the brain with calming, rhythmic theta waves – the “idling frequency” of neurons. GABA is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter of the brain, which keeps all of the other biochemicals in check. GABA controls the brains rhythm so that you function mentally and physically at a steady pace. When your rhythm is thrown off by a GABA deficiency, you may begin to feel anxious, nervous, or irritable. Without enough GABA, your brain produces energy in bursts, which impacts your emotional well-being.

Physical issues: Tremors, allergies, appetite changes, backache, blurred vision, carbohydrate cravings, chest pain, clammy hands, constipation, decreased libido, diarrhea, difficulty swallowing, dizziness, dry mouth, excessive sleepiness, headache, hypertension, hyperventilation, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, muscle loss, muscle tension, nausea, night sweats, parethesias, PMS, protein cravings, seizures, shortness of breath, stroke, heart palpitations, ringing in ears, trembling, twitching, urinary frequency.

Personality issues: Problems adjusting to stress, anxiety, depression, feelings of dread, excessive guilt, worthlessness, hopelessness, emotional immaturity, manic depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias, rage, restlessness, thoughts of suicide, psychosis.

Memory issues: Learning disorders, loss of immediate visual and verbal memory, memory disturbance, memory lapses

Attention issues: Poor verbal memory, global memory problems. Attention Issues: Difficulty concentrating, disorganized attention pattern associated with anxiety, high anxiety, impulsive attention errors (jumping the gun, erratic driving), inability to think clearly.

Minor Deficit (0-5)Moderate Deficit (6-15)Major Deficit (15+)
Inositol500 mg1000 mg2000 mg
GABA (not well-absorbed)100 mg500 mg1000 mg
Glutamic Acid250 mg500 mg1000 mg
Melatonin (at night)1 mg2 mg3-6 mg
Thiamine200 mg400 mg600 mg
Niacinamide25 mg100 mg500 mg
Pyridoxine5 mg10 mg50 mg
Valerian root100 mg200 mg500 mg
Passionflower200 mg500 mg1000 mg

Serotonin Deficiency

Serotonin Deficiency Serotonin is produced in great quantities in the occipital lobes and helps create the neurological electricity for sight and rest, and also controls your cravings. The occipital lobes maintain your brain’s overall balance, or synchrony, by regulating the output of all the primary brain waves. The four brain waves appear in varying combinations throughout the day, but at night serotonin allows the brain to recharge and rebalance. If these brain waves are out of sync, the left and right sides of your brain will be out of balance, and you might feel like you are going off the edge; you are overtired, out of control, and unable to get a restful sleep. When serotonin is unbalanced, your brain’s ability to recharge itself is compromised. Serotonin burnout can occur from experiencing too much excitement or not getting enough sleep. When this happens, you simply cannot think clearly.

Physical issues: Aches and soreness, allergies, arthritis, backache, blurred vision, carbohydrate cravings, clammy hands, constipation or diarrhea, difficulty swallowing, dizziness, drug or alcohol addiction, drug reactions, dry mouth, hallucinations, headaches, high pain/pleasure threshold, hypersensitivity, excessive sleeping, hypertension, insomnia, muscle tension, nausea, night sweats, palpitations, parethesias, PMS, premature ejaculation, premature orgasm for women, salt cravings, tachycardia, ringing in ears, tremors, urinary frequency, vomiting, weight gain.

Personality issues: Codependency, depersonalization, depression, impulsiveness, lack of artistic appreciation, lack of common sense, lack of pleasure, social isolation, masochistic tendencies, obsessive compulsive disorder, paranoia, perfectionism, phobias, rage, self-absorption, shyness.

Memory issues: Confusion, memory loss, too many ideas to manage.

Attention issues: Difficulty concentrating, hypervigilance, restlessness, slow reaction time.

Minor Deficit (0-5)Moderate Deficit (6-15)Major Deficit (15+)
Calcium500 mg750 mg1000 mg
Fish oil (pharmaceutical grade)500 mg1000 mg2000 mg
5-HTP (with decarboxylase inhibitor)100 mg200 mg500 mg
Magnesium200 mg400 mg600 mg
Melatonin (at night)1/3 mg1/2-2 mg1-6 mg
Passionflower200 mg500 mg1000 mg
Pyridoxine5 mg10 mg50 mg
SAM-e50 mg100 mg200 mg
St. John’s Wort200 mg400 mg600 mg
Tryptophan (prescription)500 mg1000 mg1500-2000 mg
Zinc15 mg30 mg45 mg