Arginine deficiency

Without arginine, the body cannot detoxify the ammonia that is constantly produced in the metabolism.
Without arginine, the body cannot produce the important messenger substance nitric oxide (NO). NO dilates the blood vessels and has an immensely important function in combating arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure and circulatory disorders. If arginine is missing, the body can only activate vasodilatation to a limited extent. Constricted, inflexible vessels are the result, leading to increased blood pressure and poorer blood circulation, especially in smaller vessels. As a result, organs are less well supplied with blood.

With arginine, the body detoxifies itself from the metabolic waste product ammonia. An excessive ammonia level often triggers problems falling asleep and/or sleep disturbances, which can often be improved by taking arginine, especially in the evening.

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