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    How does apomorphine work?

    Unlike Viagra, which acts on the penis, apomorphine has its effect in the brain. Individual nerve cells in the brain and nervous system communicate with one another using chemical messengers called neurotransmitters. Apomorphine mimics the action of one of the brain’s main neurotransmitters, dopamine, and is thought to act primarily on an area of the brain called the hypothalamus. Areas of the hypothalamus are thought to control the more reflexive side of our sexual response including vaginal blood flow in women and erection in men. By mimicking the action of dopamine in the hypothalamus, apomorphine strengthens the signals the brain sends to the penis to cause an erection.

    Does apomorphine affect desire?

    The clinical trials that lead to apomorphine’s approval for erectile dysfunction showed no increase in libido or sexual desire. The evidence for an increase in sexual interest in men is at present only anecdotal and more research is needed to confirm this finding.

    However, since dopamine acts as a neurotransmitter in many areas of the brain, apomorphine’s effects are not limited to the hypothalamus. Dopamine is also an important neurotransmitter in the limbic system, the part of the brain thought to control emotion. Those who believe apomorphine can effect desire postulate that this could be due to the drug being active in these areas.

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    this also confirms Dr lins findings for dopamine. dr lin said if you have low dopamine then the brain cannot send strong enough signals to the testicles to produce testosterone, the release of LH, no oxytocin production, high prolactin etc. the above article also confirms this action for dopamine to strengthen the signal of the hypothalamus which they made a drug to mimic dopamine. the drug is also used for parkinson patients. the article also says the users did not experience any increase in libido. but you need good levels of both testosterone and dopamine to drive libido.

    another finding in the article for no emotion is the limbic system which controls emotion. dopamine is one of the neurotransmitters in the limbic system as said by the article.

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    I’m about to experiment with L-Theanine which increases GABA and Dopamine at least temporily, and I’m also going to experiment with Chaste tree berry (Vitex agnus castus) which has chemicals that are kind of like dopamine and inhibits the secretion of prolactin.

    I’ve heard of Vitex agnus castus before which is an ingredient in the Testosterone boosting supplement Vitrex but have not paid much attention until I read a forum archive I found below:

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    Introverted individuals and people with social anxiety are also found to have low levels of Dopamine.



    what are the best supplements to increase dopamine?



    your best bet is those craniyums. you could try your luck with l-tyrosine or even a bodybuilding protein shake if you wish. sinemt is the best one but its a prescription medicine.



    so whats the best option for increasing dopamine?

    dr lin says yohimbe, phenylalanine and tyrosine and mucuna pruriens extracted for l-dopa

    so how do we know what dosage to take and how do we notice it’s too high or too low?

    i can order tyrosine, phenylalanine (or in protein shake form) and i already got some leftover yohimbine which i don’t use anymore

    i can take yohimbine in the morning (when taken in the afternoon i have trouble sleeping)

    some combo’s, amounts etc.. (apart from craniyums who still haven’t emailed me back)

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