- How to Party Harder With the Norepinephrine Kick From Your First Drink
- Some researchers have found that drinking actually increases levels of norepinephrine, another transmitter that's responsible for arousing the nervous system. This would pretty easily explain why someone gets really jazzed about the upcoming night when ...
- Onset of menopause can prompt mood disorders
- “Fluctuating estrogen levels in a woman's body can cause changes in norepinephrine and serotonin, both hormones in a woman's brain that cause anxiety or depression,” she says. “It can be very disconcerting especially when a woman can't explain these ...
- 'Ground Zero' Of Alzheimer's: Locus Coeruleus Identified As Critical Starting
- It's also involved in the physiological responses to stress and anxiety, and its main function is producing norepinephrine, which plays a role as both a neurotransmitter and hormone during the fight-or-flight response to stress.
- Too much of a good thing
- The typical neurotransmitters that are involved include dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine.
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