Following on from the gaba thread..id never heard of the Braverman Nature Assessment...
I found some info on it, but nothing really explaining what to take to assist with the results of the test...maybe i need to buy the book!
i got these results,
Part 1 Results
Dopamine Nature The category with the greatest number of true responses will identify you dominant nature. A classically dominant nature is typically a score of 35 and above in any one category, which suggests a less-than-balanced life.
Note: When any other nature is 10-15 points lower than the dominant one, the nature with the lower score is probably a lifelong relative deficiency and needs balance even in times of good health. For example, if your score is 40 dopamine, 33 acetylcholine, 35 GABA, and 17 serotonin, you likely have long-standing deficiencies in both GABA and serotonin.
Section 1A = 27
Section 2A = 20 Acetylcholine Nature
Section 3A = 24 GABA Nature
Section 4A = 20 Serotonin Nature
Part 2 Results
The highest number is your most deficient nature, the one that is most likely to lead to illness. Your deficient nature can be the same as or different from your dominant nature. In fact, you'll most likely recognize deficits in your dominant nature sooner than you would in other aspects of your bio-chemistry, simply because you are used to behaving and feeling a specific way.
Section 1B = 7 Dopamine Nature
Section 2B = 3 Acetylcholine Nature
Section 3B = 7 GABA Nature
Section 4B = 1 Serotonin Nature