GABA (gamma-amino butyric acid) may help to address the following conditions:
blood pressure (high)
Three grams daily of GABA is reported to have blood pressure lowering effects.
blood sugar disorders
Dr. Robert Atkins, M.D.found that two grams of GABA taken on a daily basis could decrease high blood sugar.
memory problems
GABA has helped to reverse memory loss and improve speech in people who have suffered a stroke.
cardiovascular disease
Three grams daily of the amino acid GABA has been found to reduce blood pressure and improve overall heart function.
depression
GABA is helpful in some cases of depression. Low GABA levels are found in women whose depressed mood is associated with hormonal changes.
nervous system disorders
Seizures in children are often associated with low levels of the amino acid and neurotransmitter known as GABA, and at least one anticonvulsant drug works by raising GABA levels in the brain. Supplementation with two grams of GABA daily has reportedly improved speech and memory in patients who have suffered a stroke.
premenstrual syndrome
Women suffering from PMS-related depression often suffer from low levels of the amino acid GABA and respond to supplementation.
convulsions
Low levels of GABA are associated with seizure disorders.
stroke
GABA has helped to reverse memory loss and improve speech in people who have suffered a stroke.
 

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