DMAE alleviates the behavioral problems and hyperactivity
associated with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) [DMAE increases Attention Span,
decreases Aggression, improves Learning ability and sometimes increases
Intelligence in 70% of ADD patients].
DMAE increases attention span [after 6 weeks of DMAE supplementation students
were able to concentrate at lectures and on exams better].
DMAE increases Intelligence (especially in children).
DMAE improves Learning and Memory.
DMAE decreases the accumulation of Lipofuscin within the Brain.
DMAE improves the Interhemispheric flow of Information in the Corpus Callosum of
the Brain (thereby improving Creativity and verbal fluency).
DMAE increases Acetylcholine levels within the Brain:
DMAE extends the lifespan of mice by 27-49%.
DMAE facilitates the removal of the waste product Lipofuscin from Neurons.
DMAE inhibits and reverses the Cross-Linking of proteins.
DMAE decreases the incidence and severity of Hangovers in people who consume
excessive amounts of Alcohol [after 6 weeks of DMAE use subjects reported
freedom from the depression or headaches associated with hangovers].
DMAE increases the body's production of energy and persons using DMAE
subjectively report increases in their levels of energy.
DMAE mildly stimulates the Central Nervous System (CNS).
Most people who use DMAE supplements report that after 3-4 weeks of DMAE use,
they notice a continual mild stimulation of their CNS without side effects.
DMAE increases alertness.
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DMAE alleviates anxiety [subjects administered 1,200 mg of DMAE per day for 5
days exhibited better control of anxious reactivity].
DMAE increases assertiveness [after 6 weeks of DMAE supplementation subjects
reported having a more outspoken personality].
DMAE reduces apathy and increases motivation in persons afflicted with
DMAE improves the behavior and Mental Function of children afflicted with
DMAE exerts favorable effects on those chronic Dyskinesias (including Tardive
Dyskinesia) that occur as a result of long periods of use of Major
DMAE elevates Mood [after 6 weeks of DMAE supplementation, subjects reported
more affable moods].
DMAE reduces the amount of Sleep required by about 1 hour per night [this effect
noted after 6 weeks of DMAE use].
DMAE causes Dreams to become more lucid (vivid).
DMAE users experience a sounder Sleep [after 6 weeks subjects reported waking
earlier and having a clearer mind upon waking].
DMAE increases daytime motivation and physical Energy in persons afflicted with
DMAE increases Willpower [after 6 weeks of DMAE use, subjects who previously
were unable to stop smoking reported success].
DMAE removes Lipofuscin (age spots) from the skin.
Medical researchers have speculated that the means by which DMAE increases Brain
Acetylcholine levels is by inhibiting Choline metabolism in peripheral tissues,
thereby allowing free Choline to accumulate and subsequently enter the Brain
where it is converted to Acetylcholine.
DMAE increases the content of Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) in the Brain [research -
DMAE increases the concentration of Choline in the bloodstream because it
enhances the rate at which free Choline enters the blood from other tissues:
DMAE increases the levels of Choline in the brain due to DMAE’s superior
ability to cross the Blood-Brain Barrier.
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