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Is Your Brain Chemistry Making You Happy, Sad, Mad, or Anxious?

Amen, D. (2022, February 9). Is Your Brain Chemistry Making You Happy, Sad, Mad, or Anxious? Amen Clinics. https://www.amenclinics.com/blog/is-your-brain-chemistry-making-you-happy-sad-mad-or-anxious/?trk_msg=PNAI0D699CHKD32C7TH9V71QF0&trk_contact=UVLPAFNOK5R9BE025L0TQS6988&trk_module=new&trk_sid=O8TMBF5NBT8VSFBENGQBF7DEB4&trk_link=A0G2J96DMEE414MBFRB7JGVJA8&utm_source=ACI-Listrak&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=Read+More&utm_campaign=Newsletter&utm_content=Blog

In addition to the brain systems that play crucial roles in happiness, there are important neurochemicals that influence your level of joy because they are involved in mood, motivation, learning, and more. Neurotransmitters are the molecules used by the nervous system to transmit messages between neurons to target cells in muscles, glands, or other nerves. Neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers that stimulate or inhibit nearby cells. In terms of happiness, I want to focus on 7 neurotransmitters. Some of these neurochemicals play a more critical role in certain brain types.

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