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The Phenylethylamine (PEA) Exposed

The Phenylethylamine (PEA) Exposed

This neurotransmitter is affected by Kavinace, DL-Phenylaline, and Daxitrol

Phenylethylamine (PEA) is an excitatory neurotransmitter with a chemical structure similar to amphetamines. It has its own receptor and possesses a stimulating action in the brain. PEA is most abundant in the brain’s limbic system, the part where the center of emotions settles. Phenylethylamine interacts with its receptor to communicate with the brain and in turn improves emotions, motivation, impulse control, social behavior, creativity, sensory perceptions, and even sexuality. Basically it is in charge for the overall performance of the body and in the sense of wellbeing.

As a guardian of metabolic balance, PEA is also linked to limiting overstimulation of nerve cells by correcting the signaling in the neurotransmitter and thus prevents further abnormal functioning and nerve cell damage. In addition, the binding of trace amine-associated receptor 1 or the TAAR1 with PEA in the brain helps in regulating the nervous system in terms of disrupting changes caused by nerve receptors. Finally, PEA also serves as a neurotransmitter that is essential for maintaining a stable chemical processes in the body by transporting regulator for the homeostasis.

The effects of PEA in the body are serious and neurological in nature. The function of phenylethylamine is very much similar to other aromatic amines like phenylephrine, amphetamine, and methamphetamine. While the effect of PEA is active within the body, it wards off dopamine transmitters which temporary stops it from performing its functions within the brain.

The presence of PEA within the body only occurs in a very short span of time. Once it performs one or more of its duties, it will automatically be dissolved or broken into several components, but eventually will be produced again as a whole once the body requires its functions. Basically PEA is synthesized by the body using dopamine betahydroxylase enzymes, MAO-A, and MAO-B. Additionally, there are certain medications in a form of substances, inhibitors, and supplements that can naturally increase PEA level in the brain.


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