Serotonin flows when you feel significant or important. Loneliness and depression are present when serotonin is absent.
What Does Serotonin Do?
Serotonin helps regulate bodily movements, regulations, and signals between neurons. It is most well known for its role in the brain where it affects mood, anxiety, and happiness. Additionally, serotonin helps your body clot wounds, regulate bone densities, and helps with sexual functions.
How to Increase Serotonin
You can increase your serotonin levels by taking B vitamins or a natural herb that appears to work as a natural selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor, St. John’s Wort. Additionally, being outside in the sun, taking walks, or working out can increase your serotonin levels.
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