How to Increase Your Happy Hormone Naturally (Dopamine)

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If you want to be productive and get things done, this video will explain to you a few ways to boost your dopamine levels, one of the “happy hormones”.

Do any of these symptoms sound familiar to you?

Lack of motivation, apathy, the inability to feel pleasure, difficulties finishing tasks and memory loss. Because these symptoms stems from your brain.

We are talking about neurotransmitters, the substances that are responsible for mediating the communication between the billions of neurons in our brains.

One of these neurotransmitters, dopamine, is also known as the pleasure hormone and it is responsible for some of our bodies most essential functions such as our movements, memory, attention span, and pleasure.

When our brain senses low levels of dopamine, it may set off some of the symptoms we talked about at the beginning of this video, as well as fatigue, trouble sleeping, mood swings, and low libido.

Most people who experience a dopamine deficiency try to make up for it by doing drugs, drinking alcohol, eating, gambling etc.

In today’s video, we are going to teach you a few ways that you can increase your dopamine levels naturally.

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