How Brain Chemicals Influence Mood and Health
The brain communicates with itself by transmitting neurochemicals from one neuron, or nerve, to the other. And this chemical messenger that carries, boosts, and balances signals between neurons (also known as nerve cells) and target cells throughout the body plays a big role in how we feel and function each day.
Billions of neurotransmitter molecules work constantly to keep your brain functioning. They can also affect a variety of psychological functions such as fear, mood, pleasure, and joy
Dopamine is a brain chemical and is an important neurotransmitter that controls many functions, including behavior, emotion and cognition. This neuro chemical also communicates with the front part of your brain, which is associated with pleasure and reward. This helps motivate you to work toward achieving a reward.
Dopamine deficiency can have a significant impact on a person's quality of life, affecting them both physically and mentally. Having low levels of dopamine can make you less motivated and excited about things. It's linked to some mental illnesses including depression, schizophrenia and psychosis.
BlissCare™ Promotes Positive Mood
Taking mood boosters like BlissCare™ is one of the fastest ways to increase dopamine. It is is standardized to 60% L-DOPA, supporting the production of dopamine and helping your brain function at its best.
BlissCare™, a mood enhancer supplement, is made of Mucuna Pruriens herbal extract, is a high source of L-DOPA which has been shown to be effective in increasing dopamine levels and may have an antidepressant effect.
BlissCare™ is a registered trademark of HP Ingredients Corporation.