Dopamine, serotonin and gait

Most of us, when thinking about dopamine, serotonin or neurotransmitters in general, think of behavior, for the most part. Yet, if you tend to agree with most experts in the field of functional neurology, you can appreciate that behavior is a derivative of how the brain has and is wired. That being said, the brain’s most primitive reason for wiring is to mange sensory-motor experiences that lead to, amongst many feats, standing upright. Read more