GABA Articles:

Are Your Stress Brakes Working?

Your stress response enables you to survive threats. The problem in today’s world is that many factors are interpreted as stressful and can build up in a person leading to poor mood, depression, and trouble sleeping. Your brain has natural “brakes” that slow down stress, based on GABA and glycine. New Canadian research shows that repetitive stress causes GABA systems to not work – causing an excess of stress-related feelings and symptoms that can be hard on your health.

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New Insights on Overcoming Fear and Anxiety

The fear center in your subconscious brain is called the amygdala. New science shows that during fear/anxiety the number of GABA receptors on cells of the amygdale decline, thereby enabling fear to dominate in response to a stimuli. Conversely, when there is no fear there are more GABA receptors.

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A Lack of GABA Associated with Delusion and Poor Cognitive Function

GABA and glycine are the primary relaxing neurotransmitters in your brain. A new study with schizophrenic patients if the first to show that a lack of GABA is a common problem and associated with perception malfunction. Previously, GABA has been implicated in animal models of schizophrenia and post-mortem analysis in the brains of schizophrenic patients.

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GABA Levels 30 Percent Lower in Those with Sleep Issues

Trouble sleeping is linked to below normal levels of GABA, which also contributes to anxious feelings and poor mood.

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GABA: Managing Brain Stimulation, Anxiety, and Other Consequences

Stimulation surrounds us everywhere and everyday. Our nervous system has to process and filter this stimulation 24/7. Oftentimes, we do not realize how massive the job is in managing stimulation until something goes wrong. This may manifest as a migraine headache, panic, anxiety, depression or feeling stressed out. Sometimes it is more serious, such as dealing with chronic neurological concerns such as fibromyalgia, PTSD, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, dementias, concussions, traumatic brain injuries, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, chronic pain, or some type of seizure disorder. Whatever the case, managing brain stimulation is vital to preventing and managing brain fatigue and neurological dysfunction.

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