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Serotonin Deficiency Syndrome

Are You Sleeping Badly
Because Your Serotonin Levels Are Too Low?

Serotonin Deficiency Syndrome...

Are you sleeping badly because your serotonin levels are too low? If you have ME/ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia you probably don’t produce enough serotonin (sometimes known as Serotonin Deficiency Syndrome).

But what has serotonin got to do with your sleep? Find out on this page...


Serotonin Deficiency Syndrome

First things first: What is Serotonin?

Well, Serotonin is a hormone that helps to regulate your sleep patterns. You see, when it gets dark, your brain changes your serotonin into a hormone called melatonin, which makes you sleepy…

Now serotonin is a rather useful hormone.

In fact, if you don’t get enough serotonin (i.e. if you have serotonin deficiency syndrome), you can develop depression, anxiety, stress, headaches, overwhelming pain, exhaustion and…


So the levels of serotonin that you produce, can have a profound effect on how well you sleep.



Category: Serotonin Deficiency Syndrome, Melatonin, Sleep

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