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A "non-essential" amino acid which acts as a mood elevator and appetite suppressant, and produces melanin in the body so it enhances natural hair color; also used as an anti-depressant and anxiety reliever.
Tyrosine makes important brain chemicals that regulate appetite, pain sensitivity, and the body's reaction to stress. It helps to normalize the functions of the thyroid, pituitary, and adrenal glands. It can also help to ease sensitivity to pain.
- Migraine / Tension Headaches
Symptoms of Tyrosine Deficiency
Some symptoms of tyrosine deficiency could be hypothyroidism, low blood pressure, chronic fatigue and slow metabolism. The body cannot make its own tyrosine and this may lead to a variety of mental disorders, anxiety, depression, and low libido.