When emotions are triggered chemically, many things can happen. Such as, the chemical serotonin keeps almost everything balanced and when you don't have enough, it can lead to suicide. Dopamine triggers your adrenaline hormone, and norepinephrine makes you feel simple emotions. Emotional eating can affect your body in many ways, positive and negative. Fight or flight response is actually a series of chemical reactions.
Chemical Emotions

Organically Affected

    Nutrition can play a big part in emotions. Three elements, Magnesium, Calcium, and Zinc, can help stablize emotional paterns, they calm the nervious system. Calcium reduces sensitivity of the nervious system, Zinc is an anti-stress nutrient, and Magnesium is oftenly given to heart attack victims to calm them. Emotions are important when making desisions, sometimes your emotions will tell you to pick certain things to eat, or cause you to have different cravings. When most people think of healthy food, they think about vegtables, which are great and packed with vitamins, but also dark chocoate has health benefits and it calms emotions.


    The things you eat affect your emotions. Small organic molecules effect you just as much as large organic molecules. When you eat a lot of saturated fats (Like junk food)  you tend to fell bogged down, and don't want to exercise much. This could cause weight gain and, in turn, hurt your self esteem. When you have low self esteem, you can turn to anger for an ally. When you consume vitamins (such as fruits and veggies) in place of a lot of those saturated fats, it can lead to a lot more healthier choices, such as exercising more. Exercising more leads to a healthier weight, which can boost your self esteem and a good self esteem, you tend to feel good.


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Acids and bases

Norepinephrine has a pH of 7.
Dopamine is acidic.
Serotonin is acidic.
Chemical emotions tells you about how emotions are connected to chemistry, and many other topics, like how they affect our daily lives.