Neurotransmitters That Matters

Happy Hormones

Your brain is the most complex organ in your body, and arguably the most important. The brain needs to be happy in order to be able to work to its potential. It is our thoughts that influence how we feel. There are lots of chemicals called Neurotransmitters being produced in our brains that directly influence the way we feel and the ways in which we experience emotions neurotransmitters are types of hormones that are present in your brain and that transmit information from one Neuron (Nerve Cells) to another. Everything we do is powered by Neurons interacting with each other via chemical signals called Neurotransmitters. There are around 50 Neurotransmitters identified which can be categorized as:

1. Excitatory neurotransmitters: They have excitatory effects on the neuron. This means they increase the likelihood that the neuron will fire an action potential.

2. Inhibitory neurotransmitters: They have inhibitory effects on the neuron. This means they decrease the likelihood that the neuron will fire an action.

3. Modulatory neurotransmitters: They can affect a number of neurons at the same time and influence the effects of other chemical messengers.


The brain is divided vertically into two zones, the Left zone & the Right zone. Further, it is divided horizontally into five zones, which makes 10 Lobes in total. The flow of Neurons is not equally distributed in different brain lobes. By conducting a BRAINOGRAPHY test, we precisely identify the Neural density of each brain lobe. BRAINOGRAPHY is based on the Science of ‘Dermatoglyphics’- Study of skin carvings, which maps the flow of Neurons from the patterns of fingerprints. Hence it can identify the tendencies of a person precisely by mapping the thought patterns from the Fingerprint patterns. Although all the neurotransmitters are equally important for the proper functioning of the body, here are a few important ones which we can relate to in our day-to-day life.



Neurotransmitters are very important active chemicals in our brain that take control of several aspects of our life including day-to-day functioning, well-being, and overall health. By recognizing what kind of symptoms, you are facing, you can overcome the situation by enhancing and balancing the brain chemicals back to their natural balances.

It is the time to say ‘No’ to stress, tension, low concentration spans, memory loss, anxiety, and depression. We can boost our neurotransmitters with supplements, the right foods, exercise, medicines, and various other ways. Boost your neurotransmitters, live an active lifestyle, be happy and keep your brain younger for many years to come!

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