“Serotonin is a naturally occurring chemical in the brain (a neurotransmitter) that is responsible, for regulating brain functions such as mood, appetite, sleep, and memory.
levels have been linked to mood disorders such as depression and to
borderline personality disorder. Antidepressant medications that alter
the availability of serotonin in the brain have been used to treat these conditions.” However there are now known natural remedies.
People with low serotonin are susceptible to anxiety and depression but
doing the things like regularly raising your heart rate & eating
fresh fish, meat, nuts, fruits, vegetables and even dark chocolate are
all ways to increase serotonin – therefore helping relieve symptoms of
depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. Regulating your serotonin
levels helps control appetite and manage your weight.