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beta-phenylethylamine (PEA) for depression.

beta-phenylethylamine (PEA) is natural neurotransmitter  and regulator in our brain. PEA amplifies the signal strength and activity of the major neurotransmitters.

''• PEA increases dopamine for feeling pleasure, sexuality and wellbeing.
• PEA increases norepinephrine the brain’s stimulant for energy, wakefulness and higher physical performance,
• PEA increases acetylcholine for improving memory, learning, thinking, and sensory perceptions
• PEA increases serotonin for better moods, healthy emotions and impulse control.''

''Proven Mood-Brightener The “Phenylethylamine Hypothesis of Depression” states that PEA sustains psychological energy just as thyroid hormone sustains physical energy And a deficit of PEA produces depression The Phenylethylamine hypothesis goes on to state that PEA is a neuromodulator of mood, attention, pleasure-seeking behavior, and libido.

Scientist tell us that a deficit in PEA s brain content and/or a decrease in the turnover of endogenous PEA is causal factor in subclinical and clinical depressive conditions. And taking PEA orally to replace and increase PEA brain levels may dispatch the symptoms. It gives individuals an elevation of mood and increased quality of life. A Natural NDRI and SSRI PEA is a research-proven to quickly boost a depressive mood of sadness, hopelessness, discouragement, and being “down in the dumps.” PEA is potent in enhancing the release of catecholamines and blocking their reuptake, especially of dopamine. PEA has similar actions with serotonin, but just not as powerful. That means that PEA is a strong NDRI (Norepinephrine-Dopamine Reuptake Inhibitor) and weaker acting SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor). Their synergistic actions make PEA an ideal nutraceutical complement or alternative to standard protocols. In terms of safety, PEA does produce the adverse effects of pharmaceutical NDRIs and SSRIs. It’s due to PEA’s self-regulating control of neurotransmissions and its intrinsic neuroprotective properties. Clinically Proven Researchers have found that PEA controlled chronically low moods in 60% of persons--the same percentage as the major Serotonin-Selective Re-uptake Inhibitors (SSRIs)--but without their serious side effects and toxicity. In fact, PEA has produced sustained boosts of both acute and chronic low moods in a significant number of people, including some unresponsive to standard protocols, according to research psychopharmacologist and psychiatrist Dr. Hector Sabelli.''

references and product: http://www.neurvanaedge.com/neurvana-pro-120.html
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