HPU and the Psyche
Constant or recurring states of exhaustion lead to the fact that most HPUlers do not classify themselves as physically and psychologically resilient. Due to the chronic deficiency of the micronutrients zinc, vitamin B6, magnesium and manganese, the neurotransmitters also lose their balance. Because for their production the appropriate micro nutrients are compellingly needed.
Noradrenalin controls the attention. For its synthesis the body needs manganese, vitamin B6 and zinc.
Serotonin controls impulse control, positive mood and the feeling of satiety. For its synthesis the body needs zinc, magnesium and vitamin B6.
Dopamine controls the drive. For its synthesis the body needs manganese and vitamin B6.
Fears are a frequent companion of the HPUler. On the one hand, they are caused by micronutrient deficiencies and the resulting disturbed synthesis pathways of the neurotransmitters. On the other hand the fears of the HPUler result from the numerous physical deficits, with which concerned people have to fight. These include allergies, hypoglycaemia, circulatory problems and micronutrient-related hormonal changes.