Neurotransmitters – Serotonin and GABA

Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers that carry information from nerve cell to nerve cell in the brain. These chemical messengers, including serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine work together in the brain to control mood, behavior and emotion. Serotonin is often referred to as the happy drug because it can actually keep people in a positive mood despite […]

Is Neurotransmitters Introvert?

Neurotransmitters are neurotransmitters that carry information from nerve cells to the rest of the body. Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers sent and received by neurons within the brain. There are several hundred known neurotransmitters and many of them have crucial roles in the brain. Neurotransmitters are thought to influence behavior and development, but exactly how they […]

Two Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Left-Brain Introvert

What is it about the Brain Introvert that makes it so effective at improving mood, improving attention and concentration? Is it that the brain works in two ways: first, it is wired such that when it is put into a particular state, either by being anxious or by being fearful, the chemicals associated with that […]

Horse Racing Success – How to Win With the Brain Extrovert

Horses are social animals, at least to themselves. In their primal life, horses lived in tribes with extended families, where each member took on the responsibility of looking after the others. Later, as horses became more independent, they were tamed to be companions and herders. That means there is a balance of activity between the […]

How Brain Tumors Turn Into Cancer-Growing Hostages?

The relationship between brain tumors and immune system activation has been a mystery. Since the 1980s, doctors have suspected that the immune system plays an important role in both cancer and immune disorders such as HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, and even psychiatric illnesses like depression and anxiety. New studies are suggesting that tumors may be a […]

Understanding the Science of Munchies

The Science of Munchies-what exactly are some of the possible connections between eating and the brain? It appears that there is a direct line between junk food, especially those that are processed or contain preservatives such as sugar, and children’s behavioral problems including attention deficit disorder, hyperactivity, and even learning disabilities. The problem goes farther […]