Which type are you?

The need for individual neurotransmitters is not the same in all people. The level which is entirely sufficient for one person may present a problem in another. This of course should also be taken into consideration when doing the screening and during the treatment. Which neurotransmitter is dominant in your brain? Try to guess.

Dopamine: confidence and performance

For this 17% of the population, high energy and purposefulness are characteristic. These people are rational. They prefer facts before unsubstantiated feelings and emotions. Their strong points include strategic thinking, pragmatism and the ability to act effectively even under stress. Dopamine-dominant personalities are often doctors, researchers, inventors and generals. They like intellectual games such as chess or individual competitive sports (tennis, skiing). A successful long-term relationship is based more on the tolerance and understanding of their partner and the rest of the family.

Serotonin: the art of living

About 17% of us are serotonin dominant. These are people who can live and enjoy every moment. Serotonin is associated with delta waves and affects the ability to relax and regenerate. Serotonin-dominant people love change - they find new solutions, like travelling, try out new foods and hobbies. They are able to participate in activities that seem dangerous to others, for example parachute jumping or rafting. The serotonin nature is optimistic, helpful and friendly, but needs personal freedom.

GABA: stable personality

GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) has a calming and stabilizing effect on the human brain. It protects us before being too discursive, quick and therefore ineffective. The GABA-dominance appears in about 50% of the population. The main traits of such a personality are conscientiousness, sociability and an interest in taking care of other people. GABA-dominant people are practical, objective, level-headed and excellent organizers. They have a liking to professions such as accountant, medical nurse, reporter, rescue worker or organizer of congresses. They are team players and are always available for their family.

Acetylcholine: speed and creativity

Acetylcholine regulates the process of perception and the storage of information. It is formed in the parietal lobe of the brain and is responsible for language skills, intelligence and attention. People with the acetylcholine dominance are very creative, sociable and charismatic. Their thinking is very quick. They have the ability to remember human feelings and reactions; they are very popular for their altruism. There are about 16% of people with acetylcholine dominance in the population.



Dopamine increased appetite for coffee, sugar, obesity, sexual dysfunction, Parkinson's disease sufficiency of B vitamins, coffee, beef and pork, ham, fish, beans, peas, 


increased appetite for sweets, backaches and headaches, sleep disorders depression, insomnia, mental disorders, food-intake disorders curds, cheese, bananas, beets, potatoes, sunflower seeds
GABA increased appetite for sweets, tremors, hot flashes, sweating, cold hands, allergies, stomach disorders, lack of concentration excessive formation of cysts, gastric and duodenal ulcers, tinnitus, manic-depressive psychosis bananas, brown rice, citrus fruits, wholemeal baked goods, broccoli, guts, lentils, spinach
Acetylcholine appetite for fatty foods, dry mouth, dry cough, memory problems, inability to concentrate Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis coffee, grape juice, eggs, wheat germ, cheese, fish, cauliflower, almonds, green salad