Neurotransmitter and Brain Quiz

Take our Neurotransmitter and Brain Quiz

I have found that many of my patients fit into certain neurotransmitter profiles, depending on how you answer the following questionnaire.

Please use this questionnaire to find the profile you fit into. It will help us make decisions about the correct way to start you on your road to recovery. Let’s see which brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) you may be low in by taking this quiz.

The “S” Group (S for Serotonin)

Please note the items which apply to your present feelings:

  • It’s hard for you to go to sleep
  • You can’t stay asleep.
  • You often find yourself irritable.
  • Your emotions often lack rationality.
  • You occasionally experience unexplained tears.
  • Noise bothers you more than it used to. It seems louder than normal.
  • You “flare up” at others more easily than you used to.
  • You experience unprovoked anger.
  • You feel depressed much of the time.
  • You find you are more susceptible to pain.
  • You prefer to be left alone.

If three or more of the above apply, click here to read more about the “S” group, or click below to read about the “S” group supplement.

The “O” Group (O for Opiods)

Do ANY of these apply to your present feelings?

  • Your life seems incomplete.
  • You feel shy with all but your close friends.
  • You have feelings of insecurity.
  • You often feel unequal to others.
  • When things go right you sometimes feel undeserving.
  • You feel something is missing in your life.
  • You occasionally feel a low self-worth or esteem.
  • You feel inadequate as a person.
  • You frequently feel fearful when there is nothing to fear.

If three or more of the above apply, click here to read more about the “O” group, or click below to read about the “O” group supplement.

The “G” Group (G for GABA)

Please note the items which apply to your present feelings:

  • You often feel anxious for no reason.
  • You sometimes feel “free floating” anxiety.
  • You frequently feel “edgy” and it’s difficult to relax.
  • You often feel a “knot” in your stomach.
  • Falling asleep is sometimes difficult.
  • It’s hard to turn your mind off when you want to relax.
  • You occasionally experience feelings of panic for no reason.
  • You often use alcohol or other sedatives to calm down.

If three or more of the above apply, click here to read more about the “G” group, or click below to read about the “G” group supplement.

The “D” Group (D for Dopamine)

Please note the items which apply to your present feelings:

  • You lack pleasure in life.
  • You feel there are no real rewards in life.
  • You have unexplained lack of concern for others, even loved ones.
  • You experience decreased parental feelings.
  • Life seems less “colorful” or “flavorful.”
  • Things that used to be “fun” aren’t any longer enjoyable.
  • You have become a less spiritual or socially concerned person.

If three or more of the above apply, click here to read more about the “D” group, or click below to read about the “D” group supplement.

The “N” Group (N for Norepinephrine)

Please note the items which apply to your present feelings: 

  • You suffer from a lack of energy.
  • You often find it difficult to “get going.”
  • You suffer From decreased drive.
  • You often start projects and then don’t finish them.
  • You frequently feel a need to sleep or “hibernate.”
  • You feel depressed a good deal of the time.
  • You occasionally feel paranoid.
  • Your survival seems threatened.
  • You are bored a great deal of the time.

If three or more of the above apply, click here to read more about the “N” group, or click below to read about the “N” group supplement.

If you’d like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Hagmeyer to discuss the results of your brain test, please complete our Health Questionnaire and a member of our staff will get back to you.

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