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Dealing with anxiety naturally.
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Dealing with anxiety naturally.
Anxiety has several triggers. The most common is a lactate build up in the blood and the other excess epinephrine with a lack of acetylcholine.

In the first you could concentrate on deeper breathing or nettle leaf to reduce the lactate, but the other cause would require nutrients to build of acetylcholine levels or reducing epinephrine over secretion by supporting proper adrenal function. Lecithin granules are a good source of choline to increase acetylcholine levels.

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07-10-2012 08:00 AM
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Would TMG also increase acethylcholine levels?
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07-25-2012 04:20 AM
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(07-25-2012 04:20 AM)Anderson Wrote:  Would TMG also increase acethylcholine levels?

No. Acetylcholine is derived from the combining of acetyl-CoA and the methyl donor choline.

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07-26-2012 11:49 PM
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I've just read this post:
http://medcapsules.com/forum/showthread....76#pid5076

And thought:

Then TMG will help raising levels of acetylcholine by increasing methylation, right?

After TMG loses the methyl groups then we have left choline which also helps with acethylcholine.

And that can help to lower anxiety?
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08-07-2012 11:30 PM
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(08-07-2012 11:30 PM)Anderson Wrote:  I've just read this post:
http://medcapsules.com/forum/showthread....76#pid5076

And thought:

Then TMG will help rising levels of acetylcholine by increasing methylation, right?

After TMG loses the methyl groups then we have left choline which also helps with acethylcholine.

And that can help to lower anxiety?

Acetylcholine is formed from the methyl donor choline, which is stronger than TMG. But it is not as safe in higher levels.

TMG breaks down in to dimethylglycine (DMG), then S-adenosyl-l-methionine (SAMe) then glycine.

Raising acetylcholine though can help reduce epinephrine induced anxiety. If lactate induced though then nettle leaf would be a better choice.

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08-08-2012 01:10 AM
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Interesting.

Then TMG really results in glycine at the end, helping with GABA.

What can be the cause of high lactate and how does nettle leaf lower it?
08-08-2012 03:39 AM
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(08-08-2012 03:39 AM)Anderson Wrote:  Interesting.

Then TMG really results in glycine at the end, helping with GABA.

Correct.

What can be the cause of high lactate and how does nettle leaf lower it?

Increased lactate is most often from inadequate respiration/oxygen.

I am not 100% positive on how it removes the lactate. What I have heard in the past is that the nettle leaf acts as a "buffer" due to the high mineral content.

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08-10-2012 02:58 AM
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