Does GHB have medical uses?
Yes GHB is sometimes used in the sleep disorder narcolepsy. This may be caused by the disappearance of the hypocretin substance in the brain. This substance acts as a kind of director while you sleep. The active substance in GHB is hydroxybutyric acid and this substance reduces the symptoms of narcolepsy and improves disturbed sleep. When people start to use this medicinally, it is always prescribed and they are given the medical variant of GHB called ‘Xyrem’. The medical application of GHB is limited and in full development. If you have sleeping problems, it is always good to first look for solutions together with your doctor. If you experience sleeping problems due to your drug use and if you want to know about this, go here for more info!