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New research evidence suggests that meditation can modulate brain activity, specifically via the inhibitory neurotransmitter gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) [3–6]. Though this may perhaps not be surprising to the devotees of the practice, in this article we will investigate the relationship between meditation and this important neurotransmitter in the brain and nervous system.  

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The whole world is getting more anxious by the day. According to recent statistics, up 33.7% of people will be affected by an anxiety disorder during their lifetime [2] and there are currently 264 million people impacted globally [3].  

In 2019, the percentage of patients taking anti-anxiety medication was around 10% in females over 45, and around 5% in males, according to And since the pandemic, these rates have skyrocketed. Currently there are 50 million Americans taking mental health medications. This was an increase in 20% in just one year, from 2020 to 2021 according to the CDC

In today’s article, we will take a look at the different neurotransmitters are involved in the anxiety response.

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You might have heard of or seen the name GABA in supplements that you have used before. You may have not even heard of the name GABA, but in recent years many supplements have been marketed with their highlighted main ingredient being GABA.
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N-Nicotinoyl GABA is a novel combination of Niacin, a form of Vitamin B3,  and GABA molecularly bound together in a single compound. This combination is BBB permeable, increasing both B3 and GABA levels in the brain. 
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