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Ways to Increase Your Serotonin Naturally
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that plays a role in the regulation of mood, appetite, and sleep. Serotonin is especially known for its characteristics in contributing to the feeling of well-being (some may call it happiness). This is why pharmaceutical companies produce various chemical drugs trying to control or modulate the serotonin levels at cell synapses.
 
There are many natural and easy ways to boost your serotonin levels. These tips are simple and easy to use. But it’s your persistence that will really determine the outcome!

1. Think Positive & Be Happy
Try to change your mind and think positively. Research reports show that feelings of sadness were negatively correlated with serotonin synthesis in the right anterior cingulate cortex. Put it this way, if you are thinking negatively, it’s partially because your serotonin level is low. If you are not happy or can’t think positively, use natural herbs to help you. [1]

2. Work Out Regularly
Exercise can stimulate many relaxing hormones such as endophines, dopamine, and serotonin. Just 15 to 20 minutes of exercise every day are enough to naturally release these feel-good hormones that are so vital to feeling happy and calm.

3. Take High Quality Fish Oils
Lower levels of omega-3 can affect the molecular mechanism of serotonin at the nerve cell junctions that can explain the linkage of depression to a low concentration of omega-3. [2]

4. Quality Sleep
If you don’t get enough sleep or the quality of sleep is poor, your body will not fully replenish itself.
REFERENCE: 
  1. ^Simon N. Young, How to increase serotonin in the human brain without drugs,J Psychiatry Neurosci. 2007 November; 32(6): 394–399.
  2. ^De Vriese SR, Christophe AB, Maes M. In humans, the seasonal variation in poly-unsaturated fatty acids is related to the seasonal variation in violent suicide and serotonergic markers of violent suicide. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2004 Jul;71(1):13-8.
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