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Release Serotonin, The Happiness Hormone, With Brainwave Entrainment

Serotonin is a monoamine neurotransmitter made from an amino acid called tryptophan that is stored in the gastrointestinal tract, platelets, and central nervous system. Ninety percent of them are found in the intestines that control bowel movements. It is related to how you feel, how well you sleep, depression, anxiety, how you look at things, your body temperature, energy, muscle contraction, whether your platelets are frozen or not, and your ability to make decisions.

Serotonin is a "happiness hormone."

That makes it important to your well-being, don't you think?

Brain stimulation stimulates the brain using an alpha wave frequency (10 Hz) that enables increased serotonin. The waves of Alpha evoke sad and depressed feelings. This powerful technology introduces repetitive, rhythmic patterns to the brain with the intention of changing the dominant brainwave pattern to adapt. The brain naturally follows and imitates this induced pattern and changes its state of consciousness. Different landing sessions do different things. Recording that puts the brain into an alpha state helps serotonin release the brain and maintain its well-being.

What Diminishes Your Serotonin Levels


  • Low exposure to sunlight.

  • Chronic stress and the benefits of stress hormone production such as cortisol.

  • Genetics - some people have low levels of serotonin.

  • Lack of exercise.

  • An unbalanced diet and too much caffeine, soda, coffee, fake sugar, and processed foods.

  • Ecstacy - just thought I'd throw it away though it might not be the most common reason.

  • Drugs, alcohol, carbohydrates and sugars can temporarily increase serotonin but eventually reduce serotonin levels over time. Damage and burn.

What Happens When Serotonin is Low


  • Depression

  • Emotional change

  • Mania

  • Pregnancy Syndrome

  • Craving sugary foods, alcohol

  • Anxiety

  • Obsessive-compulsive-like behavior becomes a hoarder

  • Eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, and eating disorders

  • Irritability

  • Invasion

  • Migraine

  • Insomnia

  • Addictive

  • Headache

  • Fat belly

How To Release Serotonin


  • Exercise is strong. Exercise has long been used as a good treatment for mild depression cases when medication may not be needed. Regular exercise has a calming effect on the mind and ensures the release of serotonin for the next few days.

  • Eat protein.

  • Eat essential fats found in foods such as salmon, flaxseeds, walnuts, and avocado.

  • Sleep well. Make sure you have REM and sleep without any deep dreams.

  • Release oxytocin, a love hormone by involving feelings of trust, love and comfort, so serotonin is naturally activated.

  • Sit in bright light.

  • Listen to brainwave master recordings that stimulate your brain to produce alpha brain waves that release serotonin in large quantities.

Brain lift is a fast and efficient way to reduce stress hormones and release large amounts of serotonin. It's amazing how "happiness hormones" can make a difference in a stressed life.

There is help.



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