SynaptaGenX (formula KB220Z) is an amino acid supplement clinically proven to reduce and eliminate cravings for drugs, alcohol and unhealthy behaviors by balancing the chemicals in the brain responsible for feelings of satisfaction and pleasure.
SynaptaGenX is a proprietary KB220Z neuro-nutraceutical adaptagen formula that has been used in extensive clinical trials as well as pre-clinical animal studies. These studies, conducted by leading universities and medical schools, including the University of California, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, John Hopkins, Yale University, University of Texas, Stonybrook University, National Institute of Drug Abuse, University of Tulane, Concordia, McGill, Toronto, Chicago, Milan, Rome and the University of Colorado, are completed and ongoing. The completed data has been published in U.S. and foreign journals, including Science, Nature, Lancet, Molecular Psychiatry, Alcohol, Archives General Psychiatry, Biochemical Pharmacology, Gene therapy & Molecular Biology, Current Neuropharmacology, Theoretical Biology and Medical Modeling, Medical Hypotheses, Psychopharmacology, British Journal of Pharmacology and JAMA. There are 21 (so far at this writing) peer reviewed published clinical trials validating the efficacy of this groundbreaking technology.
Under normal conditions in the “reward system” of the brain, the neurotransmitter dopamine stimulates certain dopamine receptors that signal feelings of pleasure and well-being; reduce the effects of stress (increase stress tolerance); and promote satisfaction, satiety, and happiness. Certain gene variations, or polymorphisms, in the “brain reward cascade” cause the brain to need increased amounts of dopamine to feel good, i.e. a “dopamine fix.” This condition is also called ‘dopamine resistance,’ which can cause excessive pleasure/reward seeking behaviors. These behaviors include psychostimulant use/abuse, gambling, thrill seeking behaviors, sexual deviance, ADHD, and more; all done to get that dopamine fix. This results in a condition called “Reward Deficiency Syndrome” (RDS). Importantly, people who experience RDS also engage in excessive unhealthy craving behaviors to get that dopamine fix; are more prone to excess sugar and fat cravings and intake; generally overeat; and experience metabolic disruption. These people have the greatest genetic predispositions to and highest incidence of dopamine resistance.
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