Tag: GABA

ZMA vs. GABA: Why The Difference Is Important

ZMA and GABA are two ingredients that we commonly see in sleep supplements, but they’re very different things. For one, ZMA is actually a combo of three ingredients: Zinc asparate, magnesium aspartate, and vitamin B6. GABA (short for Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid),…

Brain Food To Aid Your Sleep? Reviewing Lumonol Luna

I have a preference for simpler and natural sleep supplements. The main reason I started to learn about sleep nutrition and science was so that I could work on sleeping well enough to be sharp and focused for work the…
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How Does Dream Water Taste?

Dream Water comes in an easy-to-drink shot, and one upside of liquid sleep supplements is that they generally seem to absorb (and thus act) quickly. I’ve tried some truly bad tasting liquid sleep supplements — Food for Sleep is bitter…

Dream Water Versus GABAwave: Which Is Better?

Dream Water and GABAwave are two sleep supplements I keep coming back to (even after testing dozens of other ones, these are both in my top 6 or 7). Both contain GABA (Gamma-aminobutryic Acid), but despite sharing an active ingredient,…

What Does GABAwave Taste Like?

Note: Currently, GABAwave is unavailable from the manufacturer. I really liked this supplement but have been unable to find it (and many phenibut-containing supplements have recently been taken off the market, it seems). I’ve started using New Mood more frequently…