Neuro Level has been specially formulated to support the production of Serotonin and Dopamine, which maintains a balanced emotional state, which can help allay symptoms of ADD, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Anger Issues, Migraine Headaches, and Adrenal Dysfunction. Serotonin is the brain neurotransmitter that regulates appetite, mood and melatonin production. Dopamine is the brain neurotransmitter that affects processes controlling movement and emotional response and the source of the brain’s power and energy. Low levels of either one can put you out of balance.
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- Technical Specs
Neuro-Level may be a useful dietary supplement for individuals wishing to nutritionally support serotonin and dopamine production for a sense of well being and mood stability.*
Ingredients / Formula
Each 2 capsules provide
- Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 100mg
- B6 (pyridoxal-5-phosphate)20mg
- Calcium 50mg
- Selenium (krebs) 50mcg
- Folic Acid 50mcg
- Proprietary Amino Acid Blend 1180mg
- L-Tyrosine, L-Cysteine, 5HTP,
Adults take 2 to 8 capsules per day in divided doses or as directed by health care professional.
- Extended Information
People with strong sulfur allergies should not use this product as L-Cysteine and L-Methionine are sulfur forming amino acids. Anyone taking antidepressant or mood stabilizing drugs should consult with their health care provider before using this product.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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