Natural Sleep Aid Remedies

The National Center on Sleep Disorders Research has discovered that nearly 100,000 automobile accidents per year. It can be attributable to inadequate sleep and sleep disorders. Inadequate sleep and sleep disorders reduce work productivity, contribute to missed work, medical problems and hinder the quality of life. For those who wish to avoid heavy sedative medications….

GABA for Wrinkle Reduction

GABA or gamma aminobutyric acid is a popular but as yet unproven antidote to sagging, wrinkled skin. Purveyors of anti-wrinkle creams containing GABA argue that the substance’s muscle-relaxing qualities should act in a manner similar to Botox when applied to the surface of the skin, inhibiting minute facial movements that, over time, contribute to wrinkles….

Vitamins for Attention Deficit

Attention deficits can be difficult to manage with traditional medicine. A multitude of factors can contribute to poor school or work performance, relationships, time management issues, stress, and self-destructive behaviors. These factors may include mood instability, agitation, low tolerance for change and aggression. The University of Maryland Medical Center suggests that vitamins may offer, i…

Drugs for Grand Mal Seizures

Grand mal seizure also known as tonic-clonic seizure is a neurological condition causes by abnormal electrical impulses throughout the cells of the brain. According to the Mayo Clinic, it results in symptoms of generalized loss of consciousness and total body convulsions and is what most people think of when considering epilepsy. Though some anticoagulant medications…

GABA and 5-HTP: Can I Take Both?

GABA and 5-HTP (hydroxytryptophan) has some good potential into our body. It can boost our mood, reduce stress and have a positive effect on our sleep. The former is a neurotransmitter that relaxes the firing of our nervous system and the latter is a chemical that our body converts into the mood-regulating chemical serotonin. Though…

4 Medications for Seizure Disorders -Must know

Seizure disorder known as epilepsy, describes a condition of recurrent unprovoked seizures. Seizures occur due to a group of nerves producing a sudden surge in electrical activity in the brain, which temporarily interferes with normal brain functions. Epilepsy affects approximately 2 million people in the United States, according to the National Institute for Neurological Disorders…