Yeah, that's about right. I'm a Guinea pig . Poor guy. I am a terrible Guinea pig in every way. Resistant to trying new things and when I do the consequences are usually 3 days of $!%#.Hehe, sounds a bit like your his guinea pig as well as your own?
A year before, 2.400mg had caused "serotonin syndrome" symptoms, not nice at all, but quickly reversible. So: watch out, plus: it changes.
A colleague of mine hearing my story tried and realized that 300mg greatly reduces her brain fog, extremely happy with that, but going above it increased loads of symptoms incl. pain. My acupressurist had a go but realized it wasn't clever to ignore Trudy Scott's questionnaire, which then taught her she needed tyrosine, not GABA at all - so her dosage is 0.
So: What dosage did you take and in what form?
If you want to do something rather than wait a few days, my suggestion would be to reduce the dose a little, praps then increasing again.
How did you reverse the syndrome symptoms? And what does "it changes" mean? Is it the body's reaction that you are talking about?
I am reading Trudys blog. Stumbled across her last night . I saw the lists of symptoms for various deficiencies but no questionnaire...challenge will be increased by overlapping symptoms making it less clear how to pin down what's wrong since several things seem to apply...
I took one GABA 500mg tablet last night and this morning. Sleep wasn't as good but this am I went back to sleep .
I'm gonna keep reading Trudys blog and be a joyful Guinea pig