Dr. Scott Sherr | GABA Explained: The Most Important Neurotransmitter

In this episode of the Smarter Not Harder Podcast, Dr. Scott gives us one-cent solutions to life’s $64,000 questions that include:

  • What is GABA and why is it important for mental and physical health?
  • Can symptoms like anxiety, depression, or insomnia indicate a GABA deficiency?
  • How is GABA produced in the body, and what nutrients are essential for this process?
  • Who is Dr. Scott Sherr?

    Dr. Scott Sherr is a Board-Certified Internal Medicine Physician specializing in Health Optimization Medicine (HOMe) and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). He is also the COO of Troscriptions, a Smarter Not Harder company. His clinical telepractice integrates HOMe with advanced HBOT protocols, comprehensive testing, targeted supplementation, personal practices, and synergistic technologies.

    What did Dr. Scott discuss about GABA?

    00:11 Introduction to GABA and Its Importance
    01:02 Understanding GABA Deficiency: Symptoms and Systemic Impacts
    02:34 The Science of GABA: Synthesis, Receptors, and Drug Interactions
    10:59 Exploring GABA Supplementation and Natural Alternatives
    16:45 Concluding Remarks on GABA Optimization

    Find more from Dr. Scott Sherr:

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drsherr/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drscottsherr/

    Find more from Smarter Not Harder:

    Website: https://troscriptions.com/blogs/podcast | https://homehope.org

    Instagram: @troscriptions | @homehopeorg


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