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Most of those drugs work by slowing the uptake of signal-sending chemicals called neurotransmitters.
For one thing, the bike uses neurotransmitters to change gears.
One way genes affect behaviour is through the agency of neurotransmitters, the chemicals that carry messages between nerve cells.
They require lots of energy to produce their voltage spikes and to release neurotransmitters.
When the window is open, chemicals called neurotransmitters flow through easily and memory is registered and stored.
What's more, their brains experienced changes in neurotransmitters in the hypothalamus, hippocampus and cerebellum.
For example, neurotransmitters interacting with receptors at synapses.
Chemicals in your brain called neurotransmitters help control whether you're awake or asleep.
These drugs target neurotransmitters other than or in addition to serotonin, such as norepinephrine.
Abnormalities may occur in neurotransmitters, the chemicals that act as messengers between nerve cells.
There are declines in processing speed and in neurotransmitters, the chemicals in our brain.
Here's how it works: the brain is filled with different kinds of neurotransmitters, or cells that ferry information.
We know that exogenous chemicals mimic neurotransmitters and modulators.
They are so badly damaged that they have a difficult time carrying chemical signals, or neurotransmitters, from neuron to neuron.
Technology alters our consciousness by changing the relative amounts of neurotransmitters in the brain.
Repeated exposure can wear the system down, depleting neurotransmitters, reducing the sensation of the pain.
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