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A Natural Mood and Energy Enhancing Supplement

Those who suffer from dopamine deficiency know the extreme effect it has on mood swings, focus and concentration, energy levels, and more. It can seem to control your entire life negatively in a lot of ways. Dopamine boosting supplements have been around for a while now, but nothing is as strong and effective as Celarity's Dopamine Active. This is one of the top mood enhancing supplements on the market due to its unique blend of ingredients that nourish the nervous system and improve its function.

The best part about these natural dopamine supplements is they don't contain wheat, gluten, yeast, or soy. They're 100% free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and animal or dairy products, making them safe for those who have severe allergies. Supplements for energy and mood issues generally contain high levels of caffeine that cause undesirable side effects. Dopamine Active is a focus and motivation supplement that will prove to be a positive addition to your diet.


What is Dopamine?
Dopamine is a naturally produced neurotransmitter in the body that plays a major role in how we function psychologically every single day. Dopamine is found in the area of the brain called the Substantia Nigra. From there, it is released to transmit signals to other nerve cells in the body. Dopamine plays a major role in the reward pathway of the brain. Deficiencies symptoms include but are not limited to feeling depressed, mood swings, intense cravings, memory problems, and movement control issues. Dopamine Active is designed to support the reversal of these symptoms.

Brains that suffer from low dopamine levels often face the feeling of loneliness, hopelessness, and isolation. Low dopamine levels drive a reward deficiency in the brain, which results in many individuals developing risky or destructive behavior patterns in order to stimulate the void in the brain.

Early signs of dopamine deficiency include ADHD-like symptoms, such as lack of focus and motivation. Long-term deficiency symptoms can lead to more serious symptoms like hand tremors. The University of Maryland Medical Center found that Parkinson’s disease is associated with low levels of dopamine. Furthermore, Parkinson’s can be treated in the early stages with a dopamine support. Dopamine Active’s unique blend is designed to stimulate and support healthy dopamine levels so you don’t face the trying issues related to low levels of dopamine.

Causes of Dopamine Deficiency
  • Drug Use: Drug use can and will either destroy the dopamine receptors or down regulate them.
  • Poor Nutrition: Researchers at Franklin Institute found that diets high in processed foods, sugars, alcohol and caffeine will decrease dopamine levels whereas high quality diets full of fruit and vegetables increase dopamine levels.
  • Stress: This causes the lack of synthesis and secretion of dopamine in the brain. Lack of Sleep: Sleep deprivation causes decreased D2 receptor binding, allowing for decreased dopamine utilization.
  • Antidepressants: These wear out the dopamine receptors due to overstimulation.
  • Adrenal Fatigue: Dopamine is disrupted due to the hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis being affected through adrenal fatigue.
Other factors responsible for dopamine deficiencies include:
  • Exposure to Lead, arsenic, and cadmium
  • Tyrosine deficiency
  • Deficiency of Zinc, Magnesium, Iron & Vitamin B3,B6, C and D
Symptoms of Dopamine Deficiency
  • Cravings for alcohol, drugs, carbohydrates or sugar
  • Parkinson like tremors
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Lack of willpower or motivation
  • Inability to focus or concentrate
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Depressed, bored or apathetic
  • Risky behavior
  • Increased fatigue & tiredness
  • Mental fatigue
  • Increased weight gain via carbohydrate cravings
The Clinical Discussion Supporting Dopamine Active
If you found yourself identifying with many of the above symptoms or you have through clinical lab testing determined you have low levels of dopamine, then naturally supporting healthy levels may be necessary. In order to scientifically and naturally support healthy dopamine levels you must utilize the right ingredients.

Each ingredient in Dopamine Active has scientific research supporting its relevance in relation to dopamine. Let’s take a journey through each ingredient found in Dopamine Active.

L-Tyrosine is an essential amino acid which is needed for conversion into the catecholamine neurotransmitters in which stress depletes dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine. L-Tyrosine is also a precursor for thyroxine. Many doctors like to use tyrosine as a mood stimulator, which increases alertness after sleep deprivation and works as an appetite suppressant; although support for the latter appears anecdotal.

DL-Phenylalanine (DLPA) is a combination of the d- and the l- forms of this essential amino acid. Phenylalanine decreases appetite by regulating the release of cholecystokinin, as a result signals satiety in the brain. D-phenylalanine increases endorphins, while L-phenylalanine is an amphetamine-like stimulatory compound. DLPA has is shown to elevate mood, curb appetite and reduce pain.

Chromium, as chromium picolinate is widely used to optimize insulin function; resulting in the prevention of swings in blood glucose levels that may be responsible for carbohydrate cravings. In the form present, this mineral successfully demonstrated to reduce carbohydrate cravings in a double-blind, placebo-controlled study.

L-Glutamine is a long known for gut and immune support. Interestingly it has also been known to reduce carbohydrate cravings and support alcohol withdrawal.

5-Hydroxytryptophan (“5-HTP”) is a naturally-occurring amino acid precursor to serotonin. Many studies during the 1990s, including those randomized, double-blind, and placebo-controlled, confirmed the safety and efficacy of 5-HTP in reducing appetite and food intake in obese healthy and non-insulin-dependent diabetic individuals. A 2006 study in mice found, “5-HTP-induced anorexia may be mediated by facilitation of leptin secretion.” Vitamins B6 and C are important cofactors in the 5-HTP to serotonin pathway. Among the several serotonin receptors thus identified, the 5HT2C receptors are suspected in control of food intake. Mice without this receptor exhibit increased food intake and become obese.

Why Dr. Zyrowski utilizes Dopamine Activate Clinically
When people suffer from many of the above symptoms, it is not by choice. Though you can tell someone to have a more positive mood or stop binge eating carbohydrates, it is important to know that it may not be their fault. They wake up facing these issues day in and day out through no choice of their own. The current state of their neurological system provides nothing more. If we can balance the body out and reverse symptoms naturally utilizing Dopamine Active, we ultimately have a plan for success.

Celarity Company Statement
Celarity Dopamine Active is a state of the art product that is pharmaceutical grade and only to be sold by licensed practitioners. Celarity prides itself on being on the forefront of innovation in the natural health and holistic healing field. Celarity also prides itself on working with innovative doctors who are disruptors in the health care field.

Count: 120 vegetarian capsules

Directions: Take four capsules before breakfast and four capsules before 3 PM, or use as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Do not take after 3 PM.

Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use if you have, or suspect you have, a medical condition or are taking prescription drugs for depression, migraines, Parkinson’s disease, or psychiatric disorders. Not for use by children. Do not use if tamper seal is damaged.

Does not contain: Wheat, gluten, yeast, soy, animal or dairy products, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), artificial colors, artificial sweeteners, or artificial preservatives.

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