Inflammation in the brain has been associated with a number of adverse neurological conditions, including among others, ADHD, obsessive compulsive disorder, PANDAS/PANS, autism, tic disorders and Alzheimer’s disease.
A leaky blood-brain barrier allows immune molecules that can aggravate or cause brain inflammation to more easily enter the brain. Research suggests that reversatrol can help restore the integrity of the blood-brain barrier and reduce inflammation. In the study, Alzheimer’s disease was targeted, but the implications of the findings apply beyond this condition.
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