Accompanies Disease

Accompanies Disease

Conducting a differential diagnosis is essential in distinguishing between symptoms of a specific disease and symptoms caused by low serotonin or dopamine levels. This is crucial because the symptoms of these neurotransmitter imbalances can be identical to those of various diseases. By implementing a serotonin or dopamine protocol and observing improvements in symptoms, we can conclude that the cause is not a disease but rather inadequate serotonin or dopamine synthesis.


The following links to peer-reviewed literature documenting how low serotonin or dopamine may cause symptoms associated with each disease.

ANXIETY may be accompanied by
DEPRESSION may be accompanied by
Parkinson’s Disease may be accompanied by
INSOMNIA may be accompanied by
ADHD may be accompanied by
FATIGUE may be accompanied by
MIGRAINE may be accompanied by
OCD may be accompanied by
PTSD may be accompanied by
Fibromyalgia may be accompanied by
Alzheimers may be accompanied by
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HyposerotoninergicTM / HypodopaminergicTM Condition Starting PointTM Protocol

Chart of Initial Protocol

Figure 1: If symptoms have resolved completely after seven days on any level, do not increase to the next level, do not order testing. Increase to the next level if symptoms are still present after seven days. Order lab testing after seven days on level 3 if symptoms are still present. Lab testing determines if the serotonin or dopamine protocol is required. Dosing levels 1-3 do not require lab testing. Do not increase to level 4 through level 9 or switch to the dopamine protocol without first obtaining a serotonin and dopamine assay.