Control Your Brain Chemistry – Become Confident and Creative
Do you want to be more happy?
Do you want to understand why you feel the way you feel and be able to do something about it?
Do you want to become more confident and creative?
This course is about stimulating release of the chemicals that make your smile widen. It will make you more confident, charismatic, creative and all those other awesome superlatives that we all want more of in our lives. Neurotransmitters hold the key into these amazing states of being.
We begin with the powerful motivator and confidence.boosting chemical, dopamine.
We follow up with serotonin, endorphins, and GABA.
So far we have read hundreds of scientific papers just to get the understanding needed to make this course. We decipher all the heavy research, extract what’s relevant, and offer it you in this understandable and actionable package.
We keep adding new videos to the course as we create them, and over time we plan on making this an encyclopedia of ways to boost and balance the different neurotransmitters.
Scientists keep finding and studying new neurotransmitters. So you can look forward to dozens of more videos.
After this course you will be able to:
- Control your mood
- Become more creative
- Understand your emotions
- Become more productive
- Predictably stimulate release of different feel-good neurotransmitters
Before you start:
- Keep in mind that there is a 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked.
- You gain life time access to this course.
- We will regularly add bonus lectures which you will get for free.
- You will get instant access to ALL future updates.
Enrol in this course now and feel the dopamine rush.
Become your own brain chemist.
Updates to course:
– March 29, 2016 – 3 new serotonin videos
– June 15, 2016 – 3 new endorphin videos
– June 19, 2016 – 4 new serotonin videos
– July 29th, 2016 – 3 new endorphin videos
– August 10th, 2016 – 3 new serotonin videos
– August 31st, 2016 – 2 new serotonin videos
– November 2016 – 3 new GABA videos
– April 2017 – 5 new GABA videos
Master Your Dopamine
Master Your Serotonin
Master Your Endorphins
How endorphins make you feel. Common activities where endorphins are part of what makes you feel good.
How exercise-induced release of endorphins affects your brain and body.
The effect of laughter on endorphin release.
There are several ways music can increase endorphin production and improve your well-being.
Sunlight has many health benefits; that it helps you produce vitamin D is the most well-known. But did you know that it can also increase endorphin production?
Master Your GABA
How GABA makes you feel, and why it is important.
The feeling of having low GABA levels, and the mood and health conditions associated with it.
Exercise has been mentioned frequently in this course, and for good reason. The neurochemical cocktail released during exercise is highly potent, making exercise one of the most reliable long-term mood boosters ever.
When it comes to exercise and GABA, the most interesting study to date is an imaging study from 2016
The ancient practice of yoga has been proven effective for reducing symptoms in a variety of disorders, including anxiety, depression, and epilepsy. These disorders are all associated with low levels of GABA. And the symptoms can be reduced by substances known to increase GABA system activity.
There are some very interesting studies on yoga and GABA.
What the ketogenic diet is, and how you can reap its many benefits, including higher levels of GABA. Remember to check out the included resource sheet.
In one review on the importance of zinc researchers write that “Zinc is such a critical element in human health that even a small deficiency is a disaster.” Do you get enough zinc? Learn why zinc is important, how to find out if you get enough, and how to choose the right supplement and dosage if you don't.
Magnesium is an important mineral that is often overlooked. It is involved in over 600 metabolic functions, and is often missing even in healthy modern diets. Learn how to find out if you get enough, and how to choose the right supplement and dosage if you don't.
L-Theanine is an amino acid found pretty much exclusively in tea.
It has been mentioned previously in this course that it increases levels of dopamine and serotonin. It also increases levels of GABA.