GABA Function??

Aug 2020
5
0
Hell
It's my understanding that the neurotransmitter GABA is basically the brakes for all other neurotransmitters. The thing that makes most anxiety meds work and that keeps us from having seizures (granted too much can do the same). What else does it do? I have read in zebrafish the inhibition of gaba seems to initiate the regeneration process of their retinas, and in humans it may do the same for the pancreas. What else is it involved in?
 
Mar 2020
243
21
US
I was waiting for someone else to answer.

All I know is that there are 4 neurotransmitters that condition emotion, and neurotransmitter inhibitors like painkillers.

Blood goes to your brain, thorax, or abdomen. Also inhibiting neurotransmitters in your brain.

The brain also deals as an input output device.

And your spinal chord is responsible for reactions.

That's an overview of what I understand.

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Jul 2021
148
13
London
I guess you are talking about bzd? But nevertheless gaba is not what you claim it to be and bzd are only prescribed for insomnia, they shouldn't be prescribed for anxiety, as they don't work for anxiety aside that they cause tolerance which makes them unsafe in general.