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Re: GABA receptors external to brain?

Posted by sabre on January 24, 2005, at 16:14:58

In reply to Re: GABA receptors external to brain? sabre, posted by Larry Hoover on January 24, 2005, at 6:15:28

Thanks again, Larry.
I enjoy your responses. You may feel some of them are speculative but I think discussion and conjecture are valuable. I really appreciate the time, thought and effort you put in to responding to people. It is the balance of scientific ideas, warmth and support that keep me coming back to Babble!

Magnesium has worked very well on physical symptoms e.g. muscle cramps and triggers. I'm not so sure about anxiety. Tyrosine has helped in regard to panic and energy.

Niacinamide aggravated my anxiety. I'm a little concerned that the nicotinic acid combined with GABA in Picamilon might have a similar effect.

I have also ordered phenibut and magnesium taurate, as you had mentioned that taurine was useful for anxiety.

If GABA and noradrenaline supplements prove to be the most useful but not powerful enough, where do you go from there?
Benzos, MAOS and anti convulsants are not easy to come by. Would Prozac be a possibility? In addition to its effects on noradrenaline, serotonin and dopamine, it also seems to act on GABA-A:

So how do you suppress serotonin?
Prozac + Tianeptine???????????





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