A team of Japanese researchers concluded that large doses of supplemental omega-3 can help relieve symptoms in some patients with anxiety disorder. In a report published in September 2018 it was reported that the patients who benefited most were those who took 2,000 mg per day or more. The investigators also concluded that anxiety symptoms improved most when the EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) content of the supplement was less than 60 percent.
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