Biological Approach Moamine hypothesis

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The moamine hypothesis -


Moamines are a group of neurotransmitters that include Serotin, Norepinephrine and Dopamine. The use of Serotin is that it can regulate other neurotransmitters and that too without regulation, as well as erratic brain functioning and thinking patterns which could occur. Also, low levels of Serotin can produce low levels of another neurotransmitter which is Norepinephrine which aids people to show that they are alert, have energy, are anxious when need to be and that they are able to pay attention to life. Norepinephrine levels can increase by using antidpressants as well as antidpressants can be used to


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