A simple way to boost your feel good neurotransmitter, Dopamine, is to do your hardest task for the day first thing.
Ticking things off your list will relieve and reduce stress hormones such as cortisols, and help you to feel more accomplished.
And as you reduce your stresses you will...
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Tara Skye Goldin, ND
Registered Naturopathic Doctor
Dr. Tara Skye Goldin is a Registered Naturopathic Doctor in the State of Colorado. She is an expert in functional and naturopathic medicine with an emphasis on gut health, thyroid health, adrenal health, hormone balancing, HPV, autoimmune disorders and digestion.