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> A safe, fast, and effective way to reset/restore the brain after taking GABA drugs such as; Benzos (Xanax, Valium), Nitrous oxide, Quaaludes, Barbiturates, and/or Alcohol usage
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post Mar 18, 2018, 04:23 AM
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What you need to know about GABA's role in Anxiety, Sleep, Thinking, and Focus


GABA is a neurotransmitter or brain chemical that plays a major role in anxiety and sleep. People who have low or sub-optimal levels of GABA and/or less active or fewer GABA receptors are less able to deal with life, function at their full potential, have high levels of stress, anxiety, nervous habits, are more likely to get shaky from coffee or other stimulants, have problems sleeping and thinking clearly.

Factors in why some people have GABA deficiencies

Long term stress, PTSD, trauma, poor diet, genetics, mental illness, and drug use or abuse.

GABA drugs damage your natural anti-anxiety, thinking, and sleeping abilities

A number of drugs act on receptors in the brain called GABA-A are very effective in helping people sleep, reducing anxiety, and relaxing nerves but are highly addictive and meant only for short term use. After as little as one time but especially after a month of use of these drugs can cause the GABA-A receptors to be weaken, have lower numbers, and down-regulate making them less active which can result in impaired mood and mental functioning, as well as cravings for months to years after discontinuing use even permanently if no effort is made to repair and restore the GABA-A receptors back to their normal optimal prior state before taking GABA drugs. Some people are even unaware any changes have occurred yet their lives are worse off than prior to use.

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Symptoms studies have proven can be reversed from GABA drugs usage.

Clouded thinking, tiredness, muscular symptoms such as neck tension, cramps and shaking and the characteristic perceptual symptoms of benzodiazepine withdrawal, namely, pins and needles, burning skin, pain and subjective sensations of bodily distortion. Mood disorder, anxiety and depression. (1, 3). Negative feelings like aggression and hostility. (2). The most common side effects reported after stopping benzo usage are; Anxiety, Insomnia, depression, ear ringing, tingling, numbness, and pain in the arms, legs, feet, and hands, muscle pain, weakness, tension, painful cramps, tremor, shaking attacks, jerks, stomach issues. (4).

1.J Psychopharmacol.1992 Jan;6(3):357-63.
2.Pharmacol Biochem Behav.2010 Aug;96(2):148-51.
3. Psychopharmacology (Berl).1997 May;131(2):153-60.
4. Psychiatric Annals. 1995;25(3):174-179 Protracted Withdrawal From Benzodiazepines: The Post-Withdrawal Syndrome

Safety and side effects

Side effects are rare but some people noticed light headed or dizziness for a few minutes. It is well tolerated. However you must not be taking any GABA drugs for 1 month prior to use or risk inducing withdrawal effects.

Dosing protocol course for GABA-A receptor restoration.

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Important cautions after finishing the protocol.


Caution afterwards you should avoid any GABA-A drugs as your tolerance to GABA-A drugs will be removed and very low doses may be very strong. Do not take high doses of any GABA-A drugs as this may result in death or unconsciousness. An example would be in the past you took 10 pills of Valium or 10 shots of alcohol to feel an effect. Now you may feel the same effect from 1 pill or 1 drink as your brain has been reset to before you tried them for the first time.
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