July 2, 2016 at 10:30 pm #46835
note: this all is convincing evidence for taking tryptophan supplement, very cheap and available.
Handbook of Behavioral Neuroscience
Volume 21, 2010, Pages 322
Handbook of the Behavioral Neurobiology of Serotonin
CHAPTER 1.1 Evolution of Serotonin: Sunlight to Suicide
Serotonin is involved in many of the behaviors and biological systems that are central to human life, extending from early developmental events related to neurogenesis and maturation, to apoptosis and neurodegeneration that underlie dementia and death. How can a single chemical be so powerful in determining the quality and quantity of human life? In this chapter, the evolution of serotonin and its biosynthetic pathways from tryptophan are examined. The essential components of the serotonin biosynthetic pathway are highly conserved.
Tryptophan-based chemicals, including serotonin, melatonin and auxin, have important action in the differentiation, mitosis and survival of single cell organisms. As the complexity of life evolved into multicellular organisms, especially plants, serotonin levels rose dramatically. The importance of tryptophan, serotonin and auxin is evident in photosynthesis and plant growth. When the animal kingdom began, the ability to synthesize tryptophan was lost, and serotonin levels dropped accordingly.
Animals had to develop many special mechanisms to secure tryptophan from their diets, and to carefully conserve its integrity during circulation throughout the body. There was the emergence of multiple receptors and reuptake proteins that permit serotonin actions without utilization of serotonin itself. Serotonin receptors appear as early as the blastula and gastrula stages of embryonic development, and continually monitor and regulate ontogenic changes as it serves phylogenic evolution.
The most amazing concept to emerge from an analysis of serotonin evolution is its relation to light. Beginning with the light-absorption properties of the indole ring of tryptophan, a direct path can be drawn to the effects of sunlight on photosynthesis and serotonin levels in plants. Progressing further in phylogeny, the effects of sunlight are seen on serotonin levels and on mood, sleep and suicide ideation in humans. The focus on the evolution of serotonin leads from an awareness of the beginning of life to the current human struggle to enjoy our dominant position on earth.
BLOG COMMENT ON SUNLIGHT by Dr. Jack Kruse
Academics start sentences with . . . “Research shows. . . ”
Quantum clinicians are people start sentences with. . . “When I did this bio-hack………. . . . ” A number of studies indicate that there can be seasonal variations in the expression of psychiatric phenomena, especially mood and anxiety symptoms, as well as completed suicide. Indeed, in acknowledgement of the potential for seasonal effects in depressive disorders, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition indicates the specifier, with seasonal pattern.
However, the explanations for the relationships between seasonal changes and exacerbations of psychopathology remain unclear, although the empirical literature indicates that an association between sunshine and serotonin is likely. Serotonin is a bio-genic amine made from UV light and aromatic amino acids. That is about as fundamental as one can get. Without the sun you won’t make nearly enough serotonin among other bio-genic amines and depression will soon be your bedmate. Sunrises you must endure; make an effort to look in the direction of the sun…….not directly at it………til 6-10 AM.
Most cannot because their retina’s have a poor solar callus for real light. They are attuned to blue light. Their choices made in their lives keeps them from it, so they lose serotonin, dopamine, melanin, and melatonin and wonder why they cannot turn on or off the compound pharmacy in their brain? Their choice and beliefs are why it happens.
Beliefs block us from atomic recycling that light controls. We are all recycled atoms at our fundamental basis that are altered by the light that hits us to get the life we get.
Light creates dopamine and dopamine is the guardian of your pituitary gland and what it can or cannot release to your body. As light energy changes via your eye dopamine levels alter in your eye. This changes the world you recieve and understand. As energy slows down for any reason, it changes its form and becomes matter, the substances we think we know best in our world. The problem is we are fooled by what we think we now know, because we have no idea what we are missing. Science is ever changing, and incomplete, but it always maintains its own resistance to new and better ideas.
Today, metaphors reign large in biochemistry, where quantum mysteries reside. Those mysteries are where all of our truth lies. Dopamine is what creates this false reality.
I love my ignorance. It guides me to nature’s truths and away from my beliefs. It’s a facteveryone is ignorant in some way or another because of their dopamine level. There is your lesson for today…………..
Ignorance is our deepest secret. And it is one of the scariest things out there, because those of us who are most ignorant are also the ones who often don’t know it or don’t want to admit it. We dont know it because we cannot see what we are missing. We cannot see we are missing UV and IR light.
Here is a quick test for you:
If you have never changed your mind about some fundamental tenet of your belief, if you have never questioned the basics, and if you have no wish to do so, then you are likely ignorant. Check the lights you allow in your current environment. Bio-hack your mitochondria like I taught you in th eJune 2016 webinar. You might learn something.
Never tell a person that anything cannot be done. The universe may have been waiting centuries for “someone ignorant enough” of the impossible to do that very thing. Remember, things in life always seem impossible until it is completed by someone. In my humble opinion, to believe a thing impossible is the “gravity” for my psyche to make it happen. Impossible to some of us, only means that others havent found the solution yet because they cannot think well because their dopamine or melatonin levels are not sustainable for good thinking.
To those of us who allow for quantum superposition means nothing is unattainable. To those who don’t they post the same none over and over and hope my answer will change to suit their low dopamine level. Clue: it won’t. What I have found in my career in surgery and bio-hacks is the only place where your dreams becomes impossible is because of fears within your own thinking. Luck is nothing but statistical likelihood.
Fortune sides with him who dares to act and innovate. The more you try things in life, the luckier you seemingly become. Medicine has taught me the only safe thing humans can really bank on is taking a chance that sunlight might be a Rx for optimal. Most of us never get to this plane of understanding because understanding chance and risk involves understanding probabilities, which the human mind is woeful at using because they are now bathing in blue light 24/7.http://www.sciencedirect.com/ /article/pii/S1569733910700692July 5, 2016 at 9:32 pm #46836
Okay with sunlight however the light we absorb via chi kung and meditation while it may not be visible to scientists nonetheless does its healing and balancing work. So not only sunlight perhaps.July 26, 2016 at 3:25 pm #46838
We’re not excluding “subtle light”. Just making it clear that human bodies have something in common with plant bodies, ability to use photosynthesis to nurture itself.
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