Hi Coach, my, you have opened a can of worms here, got yourself a lot of work now
Now, keep in mind I am not the sharpest knife in the drawer (but that could just be the neurotransmitter deficiencies...
I performed the Braverman test for dominance and for deficiency and this is what I was presented with:
1) Dopamine: 32
2) Acetylcholine: 29
3) GABA: 27
4) Serotonin: 23
So, Dopamine "dominant" kind of but fairly well balanced I would say...
So far as deficiencies, I found the following in the test:
1) Dopamine: 21 (severe deficiency)
2) Acetylcholine: 14 (Mild deficiency, just under severe)
3) GABA: 23 (WHOA, severe deficiency)
4) Serotonin: 16 (Severe deficiency, just over mild)
So, it seems to me, I have some work to do...
May I ask what your opinion is on the above? I struggle a bit with the analytical side of things so how this all fits together is a bit beyond me.
I remember you stating that you are not too comfortable with especially the Dopamine side of the Braverman test or something to that effect so that muddies the waters for me a bit as well...
Would you suggest that I start to supplement to increase GABA?
As an aside, I think that if I address the deficiencies as highlighted, my workouts might be more productive and I may be more motivated...
PS Thanks for your considerable time spent on answering my myriad questions.