Have you been told by past healthcare practitioners you're "fine," even though you don't feel fine?

Updated: Nov 22

Neurotransmitter and hormone imbalances might be an underlying cause of your symptoms. I work with Sanesco's team of doctors, scientists and medical experts who have a state-of-the-art laboratory to measure certain imbalances in your body and help you get your spark back!




Our bodies use a "communication system" of brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) and hormones that allow "crosstalk" to happen between parts of the body. Imagine a busy interstate with cars and trucks that have different destinations. Each vehicle goes to a different place but serves a purpose which contributes to the overall prosperity of the city. The command center of the communication system in our body (the brain) directs neurotransmitters to initiate communication to our hormones and glands, which helps our organs and other systems in the body work properly and in balance.


When this communication system is working well in the body, we experience good health! When the communication system is out of balance and neurotransmitter pathways are not effectively signaling to our hormones and glands, we experience poor health.


Impacts can occur in:

  • Moods and emotions

  • Mental clarity and focus

  • Stamina and cardiovascular health

  • Perception of pain

  • Sleep

  • The digestive system

  • The immune system

  • Hormone balance

Neurotransmitter and Hormone Imbalances may lead to symptoms such as:

Fatigue Poor Sleep Patterns Poor Memory

Anxiousness Menopausal Symptoms Hyperactivity

Lack of Focus Mood Swings, Sadness Weight Gain


The symptoms you may be experiencing have a root cause. Research has shown that deficiencies and excesses of certain neurotransmitters, such as serotonin and dopamine, and hormones, like cortisol, may contribute to chronic illness. Discovering where imbalances begin could mean the end f your symptoms.


What contributes to these neurohormonal imbalances?

Many factors could disrupt this delicate system, leading to an array of symptoms and illnesses. Poor diet, chronic stress, environmental factors, lack of exercise and sleep, stimulants, genetic predisposition, and even medications that are prescribed to take care of symptoms, could eventually deplete your system, causing further imbalance.


If you are ready to find out more, book your Hormone Discovery Appointment today!

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