Gender Brain Chemistry of The Modern Woman


Have you ever wondered about how the wellbeing of today’s woman is affected by stress of modern living? Today’s woman is under more stress as she struggles to juggle between maintaining a full time job and a successful home and family. I will offer some suggestions on lowering today’s woman stress and help her cope with the extremely busy modern life. I will specifically touch on proper nutrition along with how to increase serotonin levels, which in turn leads to less depression, stress, and being overwhelmed.

Raising the serotonin levels to lower the stress levels in today’s woman and make her better able to cope can be done in a variety of different ways. Serotonin is what is referred to as “life is great” feeling. At healthy levels, serotonin tends to make a woman feel more self-confident. She will be less likely to wonder if her relationship is crumbling simply because she has not received a call in the last hour.

If her serotonin levels are low, she is more likely to be depressed. Depression in turn leads to mood swings, sadness, lack of confidence, and irritability; to name a few. Once you raise the level of serotonin, the brain chemistry adjusts. The woman will notice that she starts feeling more positive even though her present situation has not changed one bit.

Once you understand the connection between nutrition, stress, and serotonin levels you will start realizing how basic dietary and lifestyle changes can make significant improvements in your overall mood and health. Nutrition affects brain chemistry and many women don’t feel that they have the energy required to make changes to their habits. They will consequently feel exhausted and depressed.

Within a few days or even hours, the body will start responding to the proper nutrition. A few days later and the changes start feeling like old habits. Before you know it, you will be living a healthier and happier lifestyle. The new found energy will be a refreshing and remarkable change. You will find that it inspires you to make other changes. Here are some simple suggestions to get you started.

Limit the intake of simple carbohydrates especially alcohol. However, you must not get rid of all complex carbohydrates. Low carbohydrate intake can lead to a drop in the level of serotonin since the brain is not receiving sufficient nourishment. This is why a balanced diet is so important.

The richer your diet it in minerals and vitamins, the better it is for you. For instance, optimal omega 3 fatty acid levels are known to support outlook and mood. Suntheanine supplements are especially helpful with increasing serotonin (see . Suntheanine is a process that makes the amino acid L-Theanine more bio-available. While green tea has some L-Theanine, it also has caffeine. Reducing your caffeine intake can also help greatly since caffeine causes the serotonin levels to plummet fast.

The right form and amount of exercise is helpful if you wish to enhance your mood and reduce stress. It can lead to a release of endorphins that are responsible for reducing stress. You don’t even have to join a gym. A good place to start is to practice simple breathing and stretching exercise or walking daily for 15 to 20 minutes. Walking is excellent exercise.

Do you wish to learn more about how to use your brain chemistry to create success in your relationships and life?

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