Neuro-Endocrine Balance

SABRE SCIENCES
-SABRE SYSTEM FOR NEURO-ENDOCRINE BALANCE-

The science of urinary neurotransmitter testing examines the correlation between peripheral levels of neurotransmitters and the brain. The neurotransmitters that are produced in the brain require the same amino acid precursors and enzyme for synthesis as they do in the body. Based on this connection, urinary neurotransmitter metabolics give us a reflection of neurotransmitter imbalances that can result in conditions including depression, anxiety, fatigue, ADD/ADHD, headaches, migraines, weight gain/loss, insomnia, memory problems, chronic pain, and much more.

NEUROTRANSMITTERS are the brain chemicals that communicate information throughout our brain and body. They relay signals between nerve cells, called “neurons.” The brain uses neurotransmitters to communicate primary bodily
functions. Telling your heart to beat, your lungs to breathe, and your stomach to digest are such examples. Neurotransmitters can also affect your mood, sleep, concentration, weight, and can cause adverse symptoms when they are not in balance. Neurotransmitter levels can be depleted in many ways. It is estimated that 86% of Americans have sub optimal neurotransmitter levels. Stress – the primary culprit, poor diet, neurotoxins, genetic predisposition, drugs (prescription and recreational), alcohol, caffeine and sugar usage can cause these levels to be abnormal.

There are two kinds of neurotransmitters:  INHIBITORY (Serotonin, GABA, and Dopamine) and EXCITATORY (Dopamine, Epinephrine and NorEpinephrine).

Excitatory neurotransmitters are not necessarily exciting – they are what stimulate the brain. Those that calm the brain and help create balance are called inhibitory.
Inhibitory neurotransmitters balance mood and are easily depleted when the excitatory neurotransmitters are overactive.

 

Amino Acids: The Brain Chemistry Connection Personalized.
Amino Acid Trans Dermal Supplementation
Amino acid supplementation is a term describing the use of supplemental amino acids to help balance brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) and other aspects of the physiology. For this to be most effective, it should include a specialized urinalysis test that provides a reliable means of measuring excretory values of neurotransmitters. From those findings an individualized protocol including transdermal amino acid supplementation is devised to improve the quantity and ratios of neurotransmitters in the brain.

The first step is to identify baseline neurotransmitter levels.

The Sabre Sciences Neurotransmitter Urinalysis Panel can be utilized to establish baseline, therapeutic, and maintenance protocols.

Follow up testing is imperative to check supplementation.

Adrenal levels (Sabre Sciences, Inc. Circadian Panels) are also of utmost importance. The interaction of amino acid supplementation, adrenal and sex hormone balance all play an active role in overall well·being, energy levels and implementing a successful regime.

Future of Wellness offers testing through
Sabre Sciences, Inc.
We offer two distinct Panels.
Beth works with this information to create a
“wellness plan” suited to what your individual body needs to create optimum health.

Below is summary of what results are shown in each Panel.
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of what is measured in each Panel.

 

Neurotransmitter Panel
Combined with the Amino Acid Panel
female/male

Tested through Urinary Collection

Includes:
12 Neurotransmitters

Plus:
Amino Acid Panel with:

• Essential 
     Branched-Chain
     Amino Acids
• Essential Aromatic
      Amino Acids
• Essential Other Amino
     Acids
• Non-Essential Amino
     Acids
• Non-Proteinogenic
     Amino Acids

Neurotransmitter
Panel
female/male

Tested by Urinary and Salivary Collection 

Includes:
12 Neurotransmitters

Plus:
 — Cortisol  6x
 — DHEA-S  3x

 • 8 am – Testosterone
 • 8 am – Estradiol
 • 8 am – Progesterone

– Sodium
– Potassium
– Chloride

And Amino Acid Panel with:
• Essential Branched-Chain Amino Acids
• Essential Aromatic Amino Acids
• Essential Other Amino Acids
• Non-Essential Amino Acids
• Non-Proteinogenic Amino Acids

     
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