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  1. Of course there is. At a minimum, this is the placebo effect, at a maximum-the one described in clinical studies, if they can be trusted. Theoretically, glycine in large doses can be food for the mind, but it is believed that it does not work directly – because if it flooded the synaptic cleft, we would die, and the mechanism of action is not completely clear to me personally.

  2. It seems that there is an effect. But the dose of glycine should be more than prescribed.

    I conducted an interesting experimentBoris Tsatsulin.

    It helps me sleep more soundly, but the claimed effects of concentration of attention pass by.

  3. It is possible in two cases : you take very high doses (from 10 to 20 tablets containing 0.1 milligrams of glycine per day, i.e. 1-2 g) or you have a well-developed placebo effect and the fact of taking it calms you down. Glycine does not pass the BBB (blood-brain barrier) well and we already get it in sufficient quantities with food (1-2 g, more often about 1 g) actually, in order for at least something to pass from the tablets and work (and this is not a fact, because there are also individual characteristics), you need to drink another daily dose-1-2 g. If you take it not by a handful, but preferably 1-2 tablets every 2 hours. In general, glycine is considered a means of “if it doesn't help, it definitely won't hurt.” Therefore, if your friends drink it and believe in the effect-let them drink on, do not dispel the fairy tale for them. And if you want a calming effect, then even meditation is sometimes more effective.

  4. I don't know about everyone,but I drink glycine for autosuggestion)) It may not be so effective at calming me down,but I tell myself that it works well and it helps me calm down before the exams.I think that for many people,glycine has a similar effect

  5. Glycine is generally considered a placebo. A useless empty pill. But I don't agree. I've never taken glycine before. But relatively recently I began to take it sometimes. First of all, the effect of glycine for me is exactly the same as the effect of some expensive afobazole. One to one. Secondly, glycine can not be a “placebo” in any way, if I have some kind of stressful state, increased heart rate and tense nerves, then glycine removes all this almost instantly. It normalizes your heartbeat. Some other empty “vitamin” will not remove this and will not bring the heartbeat back to normal. And glycine really relaxes me and calms me down. I'm starting to feel better physically. Third, glycine is a great way to help you fall asleep quickly. If you eat glycine half an hour before bedtime, then you generally fall asleep easily and well.

    Therefore, I will assume that glycine will perfectly help with vegetative-vascular dystonia, like mine, and even with panic attacks it will help, but it will not help in other conditions if you have some global disorders of the nervous system, neuroses, depression. Of course, in difficult situations and cases, it will be useless. Therefore, glycine for the lungs is more likely to cause nervous system disorders. 🙂 By the way, glycine has also improved my memory twice. This is a fact. 🙂

  6. I will say personally from my own experience, I was terribly emotionally unstable,it greatly interfered with my work,I drank glycine forte and peppermint tincture, after which my emotional state became stably normal, and my productivity at work improved)

  7. I will say as a person who has experienced a hypertensive crisis and a panic attack at the same time-I still can't understand what was primary and what was secondary, but in the first week I waited for my fate by swallowing glycine 10 tablets at a time for 1 tablet per 10 kg of weight.�

    The effect is zero, for panic attacks it's like fists against a tank. Crises and attacks caused damage to the body up to acquaintance with phenosepam and phenibut, well, + kapoten to them, but then from pressure.

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