How many times have you been late to work and worried yourself sick over the possible consequences?
I recently slept through my morning alarm by a full hour. Nothing was packed for the day. The gym I work at? One of Austin’s busiest gyms for the early morning rush.
I don’t just work there -- I’m the person who unlocks the front doors and turns the lights on before the sun has even come up.
While a crowd was forming in the parking lot, waiting to be let in, I was cowering under my warm covers in a cold sweat, picturing the angry look on their faces -- you know the one.
After all, they have busy schedules to keep -- just like you and me -- and I hated the thought of letting them down.
On any other day, this would have set me in a full-blown panic and downward spiral of self-criticism and negativity.
And let me tell you…
Instead, I took a breath, accepted the situation, and quickly collected the things I needed for the day. Then I drove to work with a cool head, ready to face the consequences -- which weren't that bad after all :)
You’ve probably heard that serotonin is a neurotransmitter associated with positive mood and happy thoughts.
When we have healthy levels of this brain chemical, we feel happier, more positive, and better able to approach the day with confidence and a cool head.
But when serotonin is imbalanced (too much or too little), you might stop feeling like yourself.
Do you ever have those days where you just feel off, or not quite your usual vibrant self?
The most common form of serotonin imbalance is deficiency, and the most widely recognized symptom is feelings of sadness or "the blues" and the loss of pleasure.
Signs you might have a serotonin imbalance include:
To spare you the complexity, here's how I think about it:
Your brain is an incredibly delicate, complex organ system right?
To support healthy neurotransmitter balance (i.e. the sweet spot between too much and too little) it makes sense to give the body only the necessary building blocks it needs to maintain a healthy balance of this amazing "feel good" molecule.
Does that sound like something you might be interested in?
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