Treatment through Pulse therapy
Low levels of serotonin causes mild to severe depressions, which can lead to symptoms such as:
anxiety, apathy, fear, fatigue, worthlessness. The most accurate evidence of the link between serotonin and
depression is the reduced concentration of serotonin in cerebrospinal fluid and CSF (cerebro-spinal fluid )of the cerebrum.
Antidepressants, which are given for the treatment of patients with depression have serious side effects
and in most cases do not have the effect of increasing the level of serotonin. Studies have shown that
serotonin levels are rising on increased physical activity.
This indicates that the correct synthesis of serotonin in the body is very important Exchange, circulation
and mostly normal biological signals that cannot be ignored. Reducing the Omega-3 fatty acids leads to lower
levels of serotonin in the brain, which causes a strengthening depression. Some studies have linked depression
with increased risk of cardiovascular disease. In fact it is a co-morbidity. The main reason for their appearance
is the same and mostly stress situations.