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Dr. Norling’s Insight into Procite-D and Low Dopamine

Posted Sharon Norling, MD, MBA Blog

During this interview, Dr. Sharon Norling, a well-known and highly-respected functional medicine doctor, shares her experience with Sanseco’s targeted nutritional formula, Procite-D™ and low dopamine. Dr. Norling is board-certified in OB/GYN, and has a deep interest in integrative medicine and medical acupuncture. Throughout her life, she has worn many hats in the medical world. She […]

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Procite-D: An Effective Natural Support for Energy and Mood

Posted Ramona Richard, MS, NC Blog

What is Procite-D? Procite-D is one of Sanesco’s Targeted Nutritional Therapy™ (TNT) supplements. A product to support excitatory processes in the nervous system, Procite-D works by helping your body make chemical messengers (also called neurotransmitters) such as dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine by providing the necessary raw materials which are building blocks for these neurochemicals.* Low […]

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Male Libido, Testosterone, & Neurotransmitters

Posted Connie Shoemaker, ND Blog

While testosterone is often thought of as the source of male libido, the nervous system plays a crucial role as well. In fact, three nervous system messengers (that is, neurotransmitters)—dopamine, glutamate, and serotonin—impact male sexual health. Players in Male Libido What is Dopamine? Dopamine plays an important role in emotion, motor control, focus, working memory, […]

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What Neurotransmitter Testing Could Mean For You

Posted Ramona Richard, MS, NC Blog

Your Neurotransmitters These molecules transmit messages within the brain and throughout the body, providing the communication to all the organs, tissues and muscles. When they are in balance, you feel good and your body works as it should. When they are out of balance, you might feel anxious, depressed, tired, irritable or any number of […]

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Mucuna Pruriens in ADD/ADHD

Posted Bradley Bongiovanni, ND Blog

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) is one of the most common childhood-onset psychiatric disorders. It is distinguished by symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADD/ADHD may be accompanied by learning disabilities, depression, anxiety, and behavioral disorders. The disorder itself may have several different causes, including elevated lead levels, abnormal thyroid function, morphologic brain differences and EEG patterns, […]

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DL-Phenylalanine: A Neurotransmitter Precursor for Dopamine Synthesis

Posted Ramona Richard, MS, NC Blog

DL-phenylalanine is an ingredient in Sanesco’s Procite-D® Targeted Nutritional Therapy. Procite-D is a catecholamine support formula, specifically targeted toward dopamine synthesis. The catecholamines (dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine) are essential for healthy cognition, energy levels, and mood regulation. Depletion of these neurotransmitters can result in depression, apathy, fatigue, cognitive decline, or more serious conditions such as […]

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PTSD is an increasingly common psychological malady with strong connections to the neurotransmitters and adrenal hormones of the HPA axis. 

PTSD, Neurotransmitters, and the Adrenals

Posted Connie Shoemaker, ND Blog

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is an increasingly common psychological malady with strong connections to the neurotransmitters and adrenal hormones of the HPA axis.[1] PTSD is often manifested in individuals who have experienced physically or psychological disturbing events, such as combat, natural disasters, gang violence, sexual molestation, witnessing a death, and even childbirth.[2] People with […]

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The brain chemistry behind love and the process of heartbreak 

Addicted to Love: Romance, Rejection, and the Brain

Posted Ramona Richard, MS, NC Blog

While it has become more common to aspire for a dream career, academic pursuit, or personal goal first, lifetime union with a romantic partner remains the ultimate aspiration for many individuals. Humans desire life partners, evolutionarily speaking, to provide a stable and functional environment to raise offspring in. Maternal love and romantic love function similarly […]

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Many studies have found that caffeine has anti-depressant like effects and that consuming caffeine regularly is inversely related with depression. 

Caffeine: A miracle drug?

Posted Ramona Richard, MS, NC Blog

Millions of people around the world consume caffeine in various forms. Caffeine is in tea, coffee, chocolate, and sodas. It is the most widely used psychoactive drug in the world.[1] Upon ingestion of one of the aforementioned beverages or foods, caffeine is rapidly absorbed by the digestive tract and distributed to the brain and various […]

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Cell Phone Addiction and Mood

Posted Connie Shoemaker, ND Blog

The cell phone began as a harmless tool, used to add convenience to our lives and connect us to people far away. Since its inception, the cell phone has evolved from communication key to ever-stimulating multipurpose tool. Information and stimulation are always right at our fingertips. From email notifications to photos of a friend’s vacation, […]

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