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How can low serotonin levels affect me?

Natasha Turner, ND
Alternative & Complementary Medicine

Serotonin is your happiness hormone - it's involved in your mood, focus, attention, sleep health and also affects food cravings. In this video, naturopathic doctor Natasha Turner, ND, explains how low levels of serotonin can affect you negatively.

Dr. Kathleen Hall
Preventive Medicine
Low levels of serotonin (opiate-like chemicals in our bodies that create feelings of well-being) may lead to depression, many sleep disorders including insomnia, obesity, headaches, fibromyalgia, and many other conditions.
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