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A biotin deficiency can have a dramatic effect on the nervous system. Brain cells need it to produce energy (they are the most energy-hungry cells in your body). You need Biotin for neurotransmitters—especially GABA and serotonin—that influence memory, cognitive focus and emotional well-being. Your body also needs it to produce the amino acids. Biotin has yet another function in the brain—removing ammonia, which is especially toxic to nerve cells. Biotin is so important to the brain that during a biotin deficiency, the body directs available biotin to brain tissue at the expense of other parts of the body that are also dependent on it.