Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that helps send signals in the brain. (Neurotransmitters) are chemicals made by nerve cells called neurons. They’re used to communicate messages across different parts of the brain and between the brain and the rest of the body.
Dopamine is involved mainly in controlling movement. An insufficient production of dopamine in part of the brain can lead to Parkinson’s disease. (Parkinson’s diseases) is a noncurable nervous system disorder that affects movement. It may cause stiffness, tremors, shaking, and other symptoms.
Dopamine is also a neurotransmitter in certain areas of the central nervous system, especially in the nigrostriatal tract, and in a few peripheral sympathetic nerves.
Side Effects of dopamine:
• Cardiac arrhythmias
Symptoms of Dopamine:
12 Common Symptoms of Dopamine are includes:
1: Lack of drive, motivation and enthusiasm.
2: Depressed, bored or apathetic.
4: Mental and physical fatigue regardless of how well you slept.
5: Lack of focus and concentration.
6: Sugar and carbohydrate Cravings.
7: Trouble waking up in the morning.
8: Cold hands or feet.
9: Low sex drive.
10: Struggling to finish projects or tasks.
11: Restless Leg Syndrome.
12: Parkinsonian tremor.
Common causes of Dopamine:
8 Common Causes of Dopamine are includes:
1: Adrenal Fatigue.
2: B6 Deficiency.
3: L-tyrosine and /or L-Phenylalanine deficiencies.
4: Low Stomach acid.
5: Leaky Gut.
7: Exposure to lead, arsenic and cadmium.
8: Low magnesium, zinc, iron, vitamin C and D, and vitamin B3