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Written Test for Neurotransmitters

Posted by bleauberry on February 6, 2019, at 14:40:53

I stumbled onto this test. Through simple questions it is designed to determine if you have a deficiency in a neurotransmitter, and if so, whether it is mild, moderate, or major, and provides ways to correct it.

Just answer each question T of F. Add up the number of T's for each category.

There is a part A for dopamine, acetylcholine, gaba, and serotonin.
There is a part B for them also.

You will end up subtracting your total B scores from the A scores to find out what your deficiency is, or perhaps, an excess instead.

And then the difference is ranked in three ways - mild, moderate, major.

And then the author has a variety of suggestions for supplements to boost the particular neurotransmitter, including doses, depending on whether you are mild, moderate, or major.

I doubt this is super accurate but I think it gives a good bird's eye view.

If nothing else it is an interesting exercise.

My results:
Dopamine Deficient MAJOR
Acetylcholine Deficient Moderate
GABA Deficient Moderate
Serotonin Deficient Moderate

Considering that my mold toxicity is blocking all of those, it actually seems pretty accurate. Especially the dopamine part of it. I mean, I respond robustly to Ritalin, which covers the dopamine and serotonin part.

I thought my GABA deficiency would be worse than it is.

There are reasonable suggestions for supplements to help correct things and I am going to take a look at some of those. There are a few I already take. I suspect if I were not already on as many supplements as I am, I would probably have scored super badly on all four of them.




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