State if this neurotransmitter is inhibitory or excitatory:
What is this neurotransmitter's role on behavior?
Pharmacological agents prescribed to increase the neurotransmitter. List three possible side effects linked to this agent:
Give examples of a neurological disorder, disease, or condition where this agent occurs.
List possible risks associated with not taking this agent for the disorder, disease, or condition.
Pharmacological agent prescribed to decrease the neurotransmitter: List three possible side effects linked to this agent:
Example of a neurological disorder, disease, or condition where this agent occurs List possible risks associated with not taking this agent for the disorder, disease, or condition:
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1) The Neurotransmitter Epinephrine is associated with energy and in the metabolism of glucose (Neurotransmitters, 2011). If there is not enough Epinephrine in the body, then depression may ensue.
2) There are drugs that can be used to increase Epinephrine in the body, these drugs are solutions of Epinephrine. One such drug is the EpiPen (Epinephrine, 2013). There are symptoms that can be caused by using the EpiPen that include (EpiPen side effects, 2013).
a) Irregular heart beat
b) Difficulty breathing, paleness and dizziness
c) Headache and vomiting
An example of why one may want to ...
This 244 word solution is complete with 6 references that tie the material together. It covers the role of a neurotransmitter, and agents prescribed to increase these roles, as well as the possible side effects linked to them. In addition, it covers the agents that decrease these roles and their side effects.