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Re: GABAergic hypofunction in psychosis? Lamdage22

Posted by jay2112 on August 5, 2021, at 18:44:19

In reply to GABAergic hypofunction in psychosis?, posted by Lamdage22 on July 26, 2021, at 21:19:05

> Does increasing GABAergic neurotransmission lessen psychotic symptoms?

There have been studies which suggest a co-relation. Just go to pubmed and search. GABA seems to fall with an increase in l-arginine in psychosis. As well, GABA is decreased by an increase in NDMA agonism associated with an increase in l-glutamine.
Regular "GABA" you find in health food stores does not cross the blood-brain barrier. Lyrica (pregablin) and Neurontin (gabapentin) do, put I am not sure about their use in preventing or treating psychosis. Depakote/Epival also has a pro-GABA effect, and all of those meds are used highly in Bipolar, and quite effective in reducing agitation and mania.


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