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...  Stress. Clinical meaning: A specific (beneficial) response by the body to a challenging physical, emotional or mental stimulus, including the release of hormones & neurotransmitters according to ...
2. IMMMUN chapter 8
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... on neurotransmitters. It is of no use being in fabulous circumstances if we cannot feel any enjoyment or satisfaction from them. Likewise, if we are able to feel great enjoyment most of the time, our circumstances ...
3. IMMMUN chapter 6
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
...  Playfulness is important in all close relationships; it encourages the experience of positive emotions and also relates to biological processes such as the activation of 'feelgood' hormones and neurotransmitters.  ...
4. IMMMUN chapter 5
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... some more complex behaviors require learned patterns, and some behaviors need both.  Emotion uses neurotransmitters to tell the brain what to do, and hormones to tell the body what to do at ...
5. IMMMUN chapter 4
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... to it happen and yet 'being it', and this is what people call 'being in the flow'. This sort of experience can get us very high on a nice mix of neurotransmitters that leads to some 'spiritual' or numinous ...
6. IMMMUN chapter 3
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... bored, tired, depressed, apathetic, irritable, pressured, annoyed and anxious. If things do not improve long term, our immune system will start to go down, our hormones and neurotransmitters will drift ...
7. IMMMUN chapter 2
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... modality fundamentally affects the immediate systems we are embedded in; our brains and bodies, through our hormones and neurotransmitters controlling our emotions and behavior; resulting in the system ...
8. IMMMUN Chapter 1
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... context and input. 'What is 'going on out there' is always relevant to the chemical changes taking place in our body and brain. A rush of hormones or neurotransmitters may indicate the approach of an exciting ...
... and Adderall often demonstrate baseline-dependent effects (Allman et al., 2010; del Campo et al., 2013)and cognitive-enhancing drugs typically affect several neurotransmitters simultaneously, and so the ...
10. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...      3.302 Neurotransmitters  ...
... for example, whereas fake oxygen can reduce levels of neurotransmitters called prostaglandins, which dilate blood vessels and cause many of the symptoms of altitude sickness. Since these effects ...
... (which is not logical, since neurotransmitters are just neurotransmitters). At the bottom of this difference (and of our answers) is our own ability to engage cognitive abilities and to have mental congruity ...
13. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... stupidly simple, but it's proven effective in a variety of studies and settings. It works because the chemistry of desire and excitement utilize some of the same neurotransmitters and hormones as the chemistry ...
... experiences of desire for food will not fulfil our nutritional requirements, but every experience of desiring PLUS eating & digesting food will. Neurotransmitters, and their associated behaviors, always ...
... is immensely pleasant emotionally and is part of our 'reward' for pursuing entelechy (optimal development) through creative play (interaction). It floods our brains with lots of nice neurotransmitters, ...
... behavior-related neurotransmitters. When the two ends of the bridge connect through mutual association, we have congruity of association. [16] For output, when the brain needs to translate abstract images ...
17. Toxins in food - Aspartame - info 1981-2013
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... Dr. Russell Blaylock, M.D.  tells us crosses the blood brain barrier to interfere and kill the neurotransmitters of the brain by “exciting them to death.”  (“Excitotoxins: The ...
... were our main way of looking 'into' the brain. Mainstream studies still quibble over cause and effect between brainwave patterns and neurotransmitters. Does transmitter release induce brainwave patterns, ...
19. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... mood and behavior, and avoid input that makes you feel sorry for yourself or wallow in sentiment. Listen to the music (exercise) Here are some neurotransmitters and the emotions/colloquial ...
20. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... carbohydrates, you could be lacking tryptophan (a chemical that helps to make various neurotransmitters). Eat more of any of the following: Dairy products, nuts, seeds, bananas, soybeans, tuna, shellfish ...
... occur when the brain is miswired and are usually due to anxiety or habitual unconscious copying of other people's anxious behavior (which itself causes anxiety). Neurotransmitters become unbalanced and ...
... the weighting of memories by sending feedback to the amygdala in N3. The brain stem, which flanks the cerebellum all the way up into the centre of the brain, produces most of the neurotransmitters we need ...
23. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... enables it to get into places in the brain that conventional neurotransmitters cannot reach. It is a potent anti-oxidative agent. It turns out to be an antagonist to a recently discovered receptor called ...
... were involved (concrete anatomy & physiology), what neurotransmitters it produced (concrete neurochemical), what behavior it prompted (concrete behavioral), or how somebody felt about it (abstract ...
... your ability to mentally categorize and organize your life. The same animal behaviors and the same brain networks and the same neurotransmitters are involved.   Every skill needs the full cycle ...
...  Stress. Clinical meaning: A specific (beneficial) response by the body to a challenging physical, emotional or mental stimulus, including the release of hormones & neurotransmitters according to ...
27. Serotonin & the Pancreas
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
  Serotonin's Role in the Pancreas Revealed at Last     Richard Robinson Freelance Science Writer, Sherborn, Massachusetts, United States of America Citation: ...
28. Glutamate & Empathy
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
  Prefrontal Cortex Glutamate Correlates with Mental Perspective-Taking   Dysfunctions in theory of mind and empathic abilities have been suggested as core symptoms in major psychiatric ...
29. Acetylcholine & Muscles
(Neurohacking/Drugs & Chemicals)
  An Acetylcholine Receptor Keeps Muscles in Balance   Rachel Jones Freelance Science Writer and Editor, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom Citation: Jones ...
30. Methods & Technology Intro - Part II: Technology
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... of the body, e.g., hormones and neurotransmitters. Other chemicals, known as breakdown products, or metabolites, give an indication of which chemicals have been used in the brain, just as wrappers in the ...
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