Neurotransmitter Test (urine)


What is a neurotransmitter?
A neurotransmitter is an important messenger of your nervous system. The brain uses neurotransmitters to signal your body to work. They signal the heart to beat, the digestion to function, and the brain to react a certain way. They also signal our moods.

You need a balance for excitatory and calming

What do neurotransmitters do for you?
They help you feel good when there is a balance between the calming and stimulant neurotransmitters.

Neurotransmitter Imbalance Symptoms

Anxiety, weight gain, poor focus, mood swings, depression, insomnia, fatigue (mental and physical). food cravings, trouble remembering people or things, low libido, headaches, stomach aches, trouble focusing and more


This is an easy urine test, once you order the test kit mailed to you right away.
Results are EMAILED in about 3 weeks with a supportive protocol.

GABA: (Gamma-aminobutyric acid): an amino acid which is an important inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain. Helps promote relaxation and sleep. A deficiency can lead to fear, anxiety and worry.

SEROTONIN: a deficiency in serotonin can lead to depression, anger, loss of motivation, lack of enjoyment in life, stomach upsets and sleep.

DOPAMINE: this neurotransmitter effects motivation, thinking skills, mood and attention. It also effects the overall pleasure system of the brain and promotes enjoyment. A deficiency can lead to physical and mental fatigue, food cravings, hopelessness, anger and worthlessness.

EPINEPHRINE: often better known as adrenaline, is synthesized from norepinephrine in both the CNS and the adrenal medulla. Much like norepinephrine, this excitatory neurotransmitter helps regulate muscle contraction, heart rate, glycogen breakdown, blood pressure and more, and is heavily involved in a stress response. Elevated levels of epinephrine are often associated with hyperactivity, ADHD, anxiety, sleep issues, and low adrenal function. Over time, chronic stress and stimulation can deplete epinephrine stores leading to difficulty concentrating, fatigue, depression, insufficient cortisol production, chronic stress, poor recovery from illness, dizziness and more.  

NOREPINEPHRINE: also called noradrenaline, is an excitatory neurotransmitter produced in the CNS, as well as a stress hormone produced in the adrenal medulla. Norepinephrine is involved in a wide variety of actions including attention, focus, regulating heart rate, affecting blood flow, and suppressing inflammation. Involved in arousal, it prepares the body for action by relaying messages in the sympathetic nervous system as part of the autonomic nervous system’s fight-or-flight response. High levels of norepinephrine are often linked to anxiety, stress, elevated blood pressure, and hyperactivity, whereas low levels are associated with lack of energy, focus, and motivation.

GLUTAMATE: is an excitatory neurotransmitter and is considered to be the most abundant neurotransmitter in the nervous system. Glutamate is involved in most aspects of normal brain function including cognition, memory and learning, although high levels of glutamate can cause excitotoxicity, a process where nerve cells are damaged by excessive stimulation. Elevated glutamate levels are commonly associated with panic attacks, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, OCD and depression, whereas low glutamate levels may result in agitation, memory loss, sleeplessness, low energy levels and depression.  

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