The Trauma of Voices
and Body Mentalists.

Glutamate acid.
Our brain produces glutamate (a non-essential amino acid) and gamma-amino-butyric acid (non-standard gamma-amino acid) and these are involved as the main excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmitters. This is how reactions in the brain cause functions in the body such as the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nerves to the heart.

Excitatory neurotransmitter (an Enzyme and Catalyst reaction) cells increase the production rate of how electro-chemicals react via ‘Action Potentials’. In return, Inhibitory neurotransmitters decrease the Potentials. The main reason for these neurotransmitters is for the importance given to them for a healthy lifestyle (body) and mentality (mind). This is because they contribute to the control of the Central Nervous System (CNS) and the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS).
 
Sensory systems in the PNS are those involved in the brains computations of probabilities relating to the day/night/day continuum where the brain causes the next day’s 10-20% of conscious body and vocal methods.
 
And the other 80-90%? Well let’s just say for now that that is the noise of frequencies and sounds’ and vision.
 
The Sensory systems of the Peripheral nervous system involved in Psychosocial (sublimed interactions) causing of:
vision (indirect and direct), auditory (heard and Buzzed tonal noise adjustments). It also involves somatic sensation ((touch) but (Core Identity Interpellation towards Psychosocial Performance of Settings)), gustatory (taste), olfaction (smell) and vestibular (balance/movement).
 
What you need to learn of these are notions of ‘Disassociation’ via: the somatic sensation and vision are a significant course of Self-Behavioural Analysis. This is via Peripheral auditory tones and vision or catching and hearing something out of the corner of your eye. You are being asked a Psychosocial Peripheral Somatic sensation in your Auditory.
             "Thomas Haslwanter" - Own work
"Push-pull principle in the vestibular system, for a horizontal head-movement to the right: the right horizontal semicircular canal gets excited, while the left horizontal semicircular canal gets inhibited."
 
Vestibular push/pull picture
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Vestibular_PushPull.svg#filelinks
 
Be brave and listen, but read the Body Mentalist page. A simple polite sniff can change your entire destiny - if you accept to take your own conscious choice to counteract yourself with thumbs down if you are wrong. But smile if you get it right.
 
You need to get a hold of your sensory system with nutrients, minerals, vitamins, herbs and spices, oils and sea salts as well. Medication? Well in the E-book Body Mentalists and The Trauma of Voices there are references to placebo’s (highs and lows). Don’t always be negative (inhibited) believe in it via placebo training.
 
The Central nervous system (C.N.S) contains the brain and spinal cord. In turn the spinal cord contacts within the Ganglia that then transmits electrical impulses to the nerves that are also part of the Peripheral system. At this point Neuro-chemicals play the parts of formulating: notions; motions and emotions and expressions. If you read through some of the pages you will find that speech is an instruction from the Vagus nerve in the Medulla Oblongata. As is the C.N.S and P.N.S! So, reasonably saying amino acids in the chemical body react to the brains Electro-chemistry that flows around the body via the veins. This in turn then feeds the biological factors of stamina and relaxation methods. The Sensory System in some text books relates to the P.N.S as do I within this website.
 
So the senses ((direct and indirect),(inner/outer)) are the transducers from the physical world to the realm of the mind. Transducers are electro-chemicals (Soup) that cause bodily motion through decisions in the PNS that define messages back to the brain to confirm a physical action from the outer world. Here is where we interpret the information, according to how we create Psychosocial cognitive methods of conscious and sublime reactions of perception[1] via: notions (indirect); motions (directional), emotions (feelings and expressions) and vocalization (thoughts and speech).
 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transducer
 
Via the two routes of direct and indirect Sensory input to Psychosocial it can be answered and adhered to via Perceptions of body ignorance, speech and thoughts (sublime interaction according to personality traits). My mind and ears have been there with a clarity of the term Lower Voice of Significance where Script narration of a choral voice stating your one story of I-ness. That is the state I say - if I had chosen - you could not have stopped me being placid within – but never angry with anything - because it's my personal sublime narration. But no Self-Behavioural Analysis (SBA) on this website states like anyone from mental health atrocities ‘Silence is Golden’.
 
Many of the important proteinogenic (pre-curser to proteins) and non-proteinogenic (toxins usually released such as in urine) amino acids play a vital role in non-protein reactions within the brain/body barrier where blood and nerves react in the human organism towards electro-chemicals via Transduction:
a.            The transfer of genetic material from one bacterium (body) to another using a bacteriophage (virus). A bit like outer Enzymes attacking inner Catalysts from Psychosocial Interpellation markers.
b.            The conversion of stimuli detected in receptor cells to electrical impulses that are then transported by the nervous system, as occurs when the ear converts sound waves into nerve impulses. Even Gustatory or Olfaction (b → a).
 
This is the evolved healthiness of the day/night/day continuum that is a healthy balance of the Circadian Circle.
 
There are nine proteinogenic amino acids that are classed as ‘Essential’ for humans because they cannot be created from other compounds (Enzymes and Catalysts) in the human body so it must be taken in as food. Others may be conditionally essential for certain ages or medical conditions.
 
When the human body consumes their dietary nutrition, there are 22 standard amino acids and are either used to synthesize proteins and other bio-molecules or become part of the expelling of waste via urine and carbon dioxide as a source of energy.[58] The two latter pathways begin by removing the amino group by a transaminase that (enzymes that catalyze a reaction) the amino groups then eventually process into the urea cycle.
Aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylase (an Enzyme and Catalyst reaction)is a lyase enzyme and catalyzes several different neurotransmitter Neuro-chemical reactions:[3]
             L-DOPA to dopamine - neurotransmitter
             5-HTP to serotonin (5-HT) - neurotransmitter
             L-histidine to histamine - neurotransmitter
             phenylalanine to phenethylamine - trace amine neurotransmitter
             L-tyrosine to tyramine - trace amine neurotransmitter
             tryptophan to tryptamine - trace amine neurotransmitter

This enzyme uses pyridoxal phosphate in the active form of vitamin B6.
  
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Aromatic amino acids[1] have the inclusion of the ‘Aromatic’ class. There are six groups or classes ‘Acidic and their Amide’ and ‘Basic’ are two additional classes involved in this webpage.
Phenylalanine → tyrosine → L-DOPA → (dopamine) → (epinephrine) + (norepinephrine)
Tryptophan → 5-hydroxytryptophan → (serotonin)
Histidine → (histamine)
Phenylalanine → tyrosine → thyroxine
 
Tyrosine (and its precursor phenylalanine) are precursors of the catecholamine neurotransmitters (Aromatic reactors to) dopamine, epinephrine and norepinephrine. I suggest you research some of these words with supplement sites. Keep in mind that a Vitamin B complex of 30 tablets can cost £0.99 so shop around. Do not be conned by fancy sounding names and wondrous descriptions as well. And remember expensive herbs are not really necessary when you consider lemon juice.
 
Phenylalanine (lemon juice), Histadine and tryptophan are essential amino acids for humans. Since they are not synthesized in the human body, they must be derived from dietary intake.
Histidine decarboxylase is the enzyme that catalyzes the reaction that produces histamine from histidine with the help of vitamin B6.[1][2][3] One of my normal supplements is multi-vitamin B complex. This is a combining of many of the vitamin B nutrients needed to live healthily.
 
 
The thyronines act on nearly every cell in the body. They act in neurotransmitter maturing, and increase the body's sensitivity to catecholamines (such as adrenaline) by permissiveness.
 
In the latter, Thyroid hormone increases the number of receptors available for epinephrine and therefore increasing the epinephrine's (adrenaline) effect on that cell. Without the thyroid hormone, epinephrine would have only a weak effect.[1]
 
  
  
Many Psychosocial Phobias are a subject linked (at least in part) via the stimulation of glutamate receptors.[35][71] These are neurodegenerative diseases (Enzyme and Catalyst imbalances) with a suspected excitotoxicity (toxins from lack of urinal waste) link to:
             Neuropathic pain syndromes (painful Peripheral neuropathies), such as nerve pain in Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia.
             Drug addiction, tolerance and dependency.
             Depression/anxiety.
             Combined systems disease (vitamin B12 deficiency).
             Alzheimer's disease.
             AIDS dementia complex.
             Seizures.
             Schizophrenia.
             Parkinson's disease.
             Multiple sclerosis.
             Diabetes.
             Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
             Aching.
             Huntington's disease.
             Autism.

Glutamate is found in tomatoes, Parmesan cheese, potatoes, mushrooms, and other vegetables and fruits. Without fresh water toxins cannot be flushed from the system...

  
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