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Possible mental health, emotional, behavioral, or physical issues resulting from too much or too little of the acetylcholine
Depressive and anxiety disorders are among the most common neurotransmitter-related conditions. Neurotransmitters are chemicals that relay signals between nerve cells, called ?neurons?. [ They are present throughout the body and are required for proper brain and body functions. Serious health problems, including depression and anxiety, can occur when neurotransmitter levels are too high or too
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User: Possible mental health, emotional, behavioral, or physical issues resulting from too much or too little of the acetylcholine

Weegy: Depressive and anxiety disorders are among the most common neurotransmitter-related conditions. Neurotransmitters are chemicals that relay signals between nerve cells, called ?neurons?. [ They are present throughout the body and are required for proper brain and body functions. Serious health problems, including depression and anxiety, can occur when neurotransmitter levels are too high or too low. ]
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Weegy: Too little glutamate can cause low moods and too much glutamate can trigger mania.
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User: Possible mental health, emotional, behavioral, or physical issues resulting from too much or too little of the neurotransmitter gamma-amino butyric acid

Weegy: Depressive and anxiety disorders are among the most common neurotransmitter-related conditions. Neurotransmitters are chemicals that relay signals between nerve cells, called ?neurons?. [ [ They are present throughout the body and are required for proper brain and body functions. Serious health problems, including depression and anxiety, can occur when neurotransmitter levels are too high or too low. ] ]
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Weegy: That would be Parkinson disease.
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User: Possible mental health, emotional, behavioral, or physical issues resulting from too much or too little of the neurotransmitter serotonin





Weegy: Over the years, advances in neurology and research have simplified the way psychologists, psychiatrists, and others diagnosis and treat mental health problems. [ In over one hundred years of mental health treatment, the symptoms and behaviors associated with certain mental health conditions have remained the same. Psychotic disorders, where the individual often can’t distinguish between reality and their fantasies, still have auditory hallucinations. Depressed individuals still can’t sleep and remain preoccupied with the past. Hyperactive children (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD) still exhibit uncontrollable restlessness. ]
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