What is the Brain Glutathione Connection
Since glutathione is in every cell of our body, then brain glutathione levels would seemingly be critical in brain functioning. It would only seem natural that glutathione would be there to protect the brain.
It is a no-brainer that the gray box inside our heads is involved with all bodily functions.
One of those functions is the neural (nerve) transmissions involved in then normal brain operation. Could brain glutathione levels also affect things like thinking and sleep?
Brain Disorders and Dysfunction and Glutathione looks at the diseases and conditions related to the human brain.
What about functioning related to the brain?
The Sleep Glutathione Relationship needs to be considered. What are the benefits of boosting glutathione levels in relationship getting a good nights sleep. What is the result of low Glutathione levels?
Melatonin and Sleep is a look at how the food we eat can promote brain and mental health and wellness. It is interesting to note that when taking just melatonin, there is a tendency toward the melatonin tolerance which renders it ineffective. This is not so with melatonin found in foods. This is off site. Be sure to come back when you are finished.
The Brain and Memory considers six things that can help with improving our memory. Glutathione does indeed play a role. There are other aspects that should also be considered. This off site look into the six factors will give you further insights.
Then one big thing that the brain is connected to is our weight. Boosting glutathione levels plays a big role in weight loss. Many weight problems relate to or are connected to the brain in some way. Simple logic says if you improve the brain you would improve the related problems.
One of the first steps in comprehensive weight loss would be boosting the glutathione in the brain.
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