Strategy #2: Correcting Neurotransmitter Imbalance

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Brain neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers that act as communication agents between different brain cells. In chronic depression, these brain chemicals get out of balance. Fortunately, there are some safe

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  • Lauretta O.

    at the present time i am taking 20 mg’s of escitalopram, but am still depressed at times. Should I increase the escitlopram or take 5-htp along with it?

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