Expert Clinical Psychologist Müjde Yahşi gave important information about the subject. One of the causes of loss of appetite, insomnia, memory problems and some behavioral disorders in children is often low levels of serotonin hormone. "Seratonin" is the name of the happiness hormone.
The child's aggressive behaviors, bursts of anger, wetting his bottom, or fears he feels constantly, and even physical symptoms such as abdominal pains and nausea may indicate that this hormone is not secreted enough because this important hormone is responsible for regulating digestion in the gastrointestinal tract as well as happiness.
So what can we do as parents to keep our child's serotonin level high?
First of all, we must try to create a family environment free from anxiety, oppression and violence.
Because the unhappy family environment negatively affects the child's emotions as well as his physical and behavioral reactions.
Undoubtedly, the child's healthy diet and sleep, regular sports, and the vitamin D he gets enough with the sun can also help increase serotonin levels. But the most powerful food that feeds serotonin is "Love and Confidence".