DMAE Memory Improvement

DMAE Memory Improvement - a cognitive tonic and Anti-Aging supplement. Its complete chemical name is dimethylamine ethanol. Sometimes it is called, dimethylethanolamine, This is a liquid - usually found as a clear or lightly yellow tinted liquid. It is chemically related to choline and what is of real interest to us, is that it is a precursor to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.

If you combine DMAE with phosphatidl choline, found in Lecithin and Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) you will find that acetylcholine is produced. And acetylcholine is an important nerotransmitter in human memory and thought. So this supplement has a potential for help to human memory, especially short term memory, as well as human thinking.

Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa advises that DMAE does improve memory happens and that the supplement sometimes produces "effects almost as striking as those elicited by potent pharmaceutical drugs such as tacrine." [Brain Longevity p. 262].

Should anyone NOT use it?

Because it can excite the central nervous system persons with epilepsy should NOT use it. Neither should those with bi-polar disorder.

Other cautions

Sometimes people using this supplement find themselves over stimulated. In such cases, lower doses are usually recommended.

As with all cognitive supplements, you should get the advice of a licensed health care provider who knows your health history and can make useful recommendations.

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