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Re: Written Test for Neurotransmitters

Posted by bleauberry on February 10, 2019, at 13:24:19

In reply to Re: Written Test for Neurotransmitters bleauberry, posted by SLS on February 7, 2019, at 10:59:16

SLS I agree, I have no idea the accuracy. But for that matter, there really isn't much accuracy with anything you and I deal with.

But the test was accurate with me. The descriptions were spot on, when applied to my own life.

I started taking sublingual GABA supplements which have 100mg GABA and 25mg Tyrosine in them - to slightly address my supposed moderately low GABA and majorly low dopamine. And 25mg 5htp twice a day - super low - just to make sure there is more serotonin than my natural state. Not getting a therapeutic effect but that wasn't my purpose. I just wanted to be sure the areas I know are weak have some support under them.

I've always said it isn't as easy as low this, or low that. And I still believe that. The human body is more complex than a supercomputer the size of the world. It just aint as easy as we frame it.


> > http://advancedpsychcare.tripod.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/braverman.test.pdf
>
> This is pretty amazing.
>
> I don't know how valid the results of the test are, or if it provides guidance in selecting a treatment, but I think that Braverman demonstrates knowledge and insight. Maybe the test does work. I would be interested to see it studied scientifically.
>
>
> - Scott


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