TOO STRESSED TO SLEEP?
70% of American families surveyed have indicated that financial, economic and family worries have kept their minds racing when they should be sleeping.
Troubled sleepers get caught in a stress-sleeplessness trap that will persist even after the stress subsides.
Research links low levels of the brain chemical GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) to anxiety and sleeplessness. This naturally occurring brain chemical acts as the brain’s stress relief valve.
In stressful situations GABA levels in the body can decrease and depression, agitation, and cravings can increase.
Supplemental use of 100 to 200 mg of GABA may create a relaxed state of mind thereby allowing for clear thinking, better focus, and greater concentration.
GABA may benefit:
- Craving and addictions helping to decrease addiction-associated anxiety
- Immune function
- Focus, Mental Clarity, and Concentration
- Sports Performance
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