Epinephrine

Epinephrine commonly known as adrenaline is a monoamine neurotransmitter. Epinephrine is also a hormone, thing that is very important for the human body processes. It  is secreted in the adrenal glands by the medulla (inside the liver) and also by some neurons. It begins to be secreted when strong emotions like anger and/or fear appear, usually under very high stress. At the moment it begins to be...

Dopamine

Dopamine  is a very important neurotransmitter from the monoamine (MAOI) group, which is a chemical that transmits electric signals from one nerve to another, but sometimes it also acts like a hormone. Dopamine is mainly synthesized in the peripheral and in the central zone of the brain. It belongs to the catecholamine class and is very well known that it has numerous physiological roles and influences in...

Serotonin

Serotonin is an monoamine neurotransmitter,  a substance whose main role is to transmit information (electric impulses) from one nerve cell to another. Serotonin is involved in controlling things like: mental and emotional processes, intestinal movements, cognitive functions, thermoregulation, regulation of blood pressure, breathing, the act of vomiting, pain perception, hormonal functions, muscle...
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