the blood-brain barrier (BBB) has evolved to support the safety of your brain and body. It acts as a fence between the brain's blood vessels and components that make up brain tissue. The BBB defends the brain from absorbing disease-causing pathogens or toxins that may exist in the blood. Most neurotransmitters are unable to cross the blood-brain barrier and instead must be metabolised in the brain but there is the odd exception to the rule!
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can you orally ingest serotonin and dopamine?
how to obtain your daily dose of wellbeing
chemical messengers such as serotonin, dopamine, GABA and acetylcholine and hormones such as oxytocin contribute to either your wellbeing or cognition. Here you can find out the benefits of these chemical messengers and hormones and ways you can obtain them.
more money equals more happiness!
happiness has a multitude of measurements including a sense of purpose, relationships, health and income. Financial difficulties have been shown to increase people’s risk of mental health conditions  but conventional wisdom dictates that money does not lead to happiness, however, a new study of 33,000 people reveals that the more money we have, the happier we are .