Dr. Jockers on How to Naturally Increase GABA Levels

Dr. Jockers on How to Naturally Increase GABA Levels

Do you have difficulty relaxing? Do you feel like your brain (or body) simply won't calm down? Or how about problems with stimuli or muscle stiffness?

You could have low levels of GABA (Gamma-AminoButyric Acid). Some doctors believe that low levels of GABA an inhibitory neurotransmitter that calms and relaxes the brain, could be causing many symptoms in chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.

Dr. Jockers, a Georgia chiropracter and nutritionist and the author of "Supercharge Your Brain" has listed seven strategies to improve your GABA levels; plus foods and supplements. Here are the first four strategies.

  1. Adapt to Stress Better: Follow the 25 lifestyle strategies in this article to help adapt to stress better and heal any form of adrenal fatigue you may be suffering with.
  1. Anti-Inflammatory Diet: Be sure to follow the an anti-inflammatory nutrition plan using real and organic foods in order to provide the right nutrients to support healthy neurotransmitter function.
  1. Sleep Better: It is key for you to prioritize sleep if you are going to improve your GABA levels. Follow the strategies in this article to help you sleep better.
  1. Improve the Microbiome: Consume fermented foods, anti-microbial and carminitive herbs such as garlic, onions, oregano, basil, thyme, peppermint, ginger, etc. to help improve the overall constitution of the gut microbes.
Check out all of them plus the 10 best foods for increasing GABA (all are fermented) and plus his list of recommended supplements here.
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