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  • #16245

    Florencio

    aight so iv been doing alot of research about BH4 deficiency since it seems like my neurotransmitter problem is highly related to that. However my research has lead me to find all sorts of forums and one of them is a social anxiety forum. The members of the forum were discussing their experiments with the parkinsons drug L dopa. THe L dopa they bought obviosuly came with carbidopa which is something that stops the L dopa from turning into dopamine in the periphrial nervous system and allows it to make it into the brain. Carbidopa also has the same effect on 5htp and would actually make this supplement raise brain serotonin!

    I also started doing some more research about picamilion. I remember during one of my experiments over the summer I was taking really high doses of picamilion(round 800 mg a day) and it helped PE alot. I was also taking tryptophan at the time but I noticed that when I combined the two supplements the PE were significantly better. I had to really concentrate to ejacualte sometimes when I was one it. From the research i was able to find about it there have been studies done that demonstrate that picamilion inhibits sympathetic nerve firing. this would explain its benefits.

    Anyway my idea was this. Since all my neurotransmitters are really low and my body has trouble turning tyrosine, glutamine, tryptophan into their respective neurotransmitters I could skip the whole process by suplementing something like this.

    100 Ldopa mg/25mg carbidopa/100mg 5htp/200mg picamilion. I would prob do this 2 or 3 times a day. I would have to do more research to see what most people do.

    My thinking is this……the L dopa will obviosuly increase the Dopamine content in my brain and will heal my…..ADHD symptoms, lack of motivation, depresion, anxiety, brain fog. The 5htp will help with the depresion and anxiety. 5htp and picamilion will also keep the Dopamine in Check since dopamine lowers serotonin and vice versa. They sould also prevent the conversion of dopamine to norepinephrine and epinephrine.

    Let me know what you guys think. I Know messing with something like L dopa is kinda risky but i think if my current protocol dosnt work I may have to try it. Its pretty easy to get Ldopa/caribidopa through online pharmacies and obviously 5htp and picamilion are easily obtainable.

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    #16246

    Dong

    you can also add glycine and taurine to the picamlion and 5htp since their inhibitory as well. they sould assist in keeping the dopamine in check. prob 3 grams of each would be good.

    #16247

    Raymundo

    i think it’s an awesome idea

    it has been tried as well by a lot of ppl including me when i was taking dr lin’s dopafibra and 5-htp combo, no shit?

    he says take 2-3×50 mg 5-htp throughout the day and also his dopafibra spread out which has mucuna/l-dopa

    i tried it and i did get more morningwood on dopafibra, but still couldn’t have sex

    this was because i wasn’t on hydrocortisone, this really made it happen for me without help, but still PE symptoms

    now on TRT and still have PE

    so usp labs powerfull worked for me, so i am gonna try this soon after my HGH experiment which is running now

    i will spread the caps out during the day and take 5-htp along with it if necessary

    i might also take turmeric to counter inflammation and hopefully this helps lessen precum

    anyways sound plan, let us know how it works out

    if adrenals/thyroid/test are in order and still no go, then neurotransmitters might be the last step you need

    #16249

    Ed

    the key to this whole plan is the carbidopa……its what allows the 5htp and the L dopa to actually make it in the brain. the picamlion sould just assist the 5htp in stoping most of the L dopa into turning into epinephrine and norepinephrine . the taurine and glycine sould help also. I also will prob need to get the prescription drug kuvan but for the time being im on a methylation protocol so will see what this does for my body.

    My hormones are relatively ok I think my number one problem is od fucked up neurotransmitters.

    #16251

    Jarod

    i think it’s an awesome idea

    it has been tried as well by a lot of ppl including me when i was taking dr lin’s dopafibra and 5-htp combo, no shit?

    he says take 2-3×50 mg 5-htp throughout the day and also his dopafibra spread out which has mucuna/l-dopa

    i tried it and i did get more morningwood on dopafibra, but still couldn’t have sex

    this was because i wasn’t on hydrocortisone, this really made it happen for me without help, but still PE symptoms

    now on TRT and still have PE

    so usp labs powerfull worked for me, so i am gonna try this soon after my HGH experiment which is running now

    i will spread the caps out during the day and take 5-htp along with it if necessary

    i might also take turmeric to counter inflammation and hopefully this helps lessen precum

    anyways sound plan, let us know how it works out

    if adrenals/thyroid/test are in order and still no go, then neurotransmitters might be the last step you need

    If you’re experiencing PE, did you try Paracetamol supplement like Chris suggested earlier?

    He was also on TRT and it helped him, and then got rid of his PE with this single supplement. I read that its pretty safe to take long term too

    And Js, I came across an anxiety forum a long time ago where a guy was discussing taking that combination. Sounds like there;s no reason why it wouldn’t work. But how long after you get off the supplements are the results gonna last? Or you plan on taking that combination for life if it works?

    #16252

    Brady

    iv thought about that……..I think the way it works in my case is that if i get the prescription drug kuvan then that will jelp me start converting tyrosine and tryptophan to dopamine and serotonin. The Ldopa 5htp combo would be boost the levels for the frist couple months. I dont think it would really work long term. but will see i guess what happens and if i have to try this.

    #16253

    Ricky

    Norepinephrine is a neurotransmitter that signals the presence of stress. It also keeps a person awake, alert. It helps improve focus. It triggers the male orgasm/ejactulation. It clears up the lungs so one can breath more easily. It increases heart-rate and the pumping of blood by the heart to improve the response for stress. It causes anxiety, fear or anger as a response to a stress. It increases blood pressure so one can change positions and not faint. It opens one’s pupils so more light can come in. These, to name a few, are all appropriate functions when not in excess.

    When one has anxiety, medications to increase sensitivity to GABA (such as benzodiazepines and antiseizure medications) can reduce norepinephrine production to reduce anxiety. Medications that increase sertonine (such as Paxil, Prozac, Citalopram, etc.) also help reduce norepinephrine production and reduce anxiety. Substances which can increase dopamine (such as testosterone) may help reduce norepinephrine production.

    When one has bipolar disorder (where high norepinephrine levels are associated with mania), then Lithium may help reduce norepinephrine. Antiseizure medications may also help by increasing sensitivity to GABA, blocking calcium channels or sodium channels, or through numerous other mechanisms of action.

    When one has hypertension, medications such as beta-blockers and alpha-blockers block norepinephrine receptors, preventing norepinephrine from acting. Medications such as Clonidine or Tenex act on pre-synaptic norepinephrine receptors, which results in a reduction in norepinephrine production.

    When one has insomnia, sedatives which increase sentisitity to certain GABA (such as Sonata) help reduce norepineprhine.

    When one has premature-ejactulation, often serotonin-increasing medications such as the SSRIs (Paxil, Prozac, etc.) are used to reduce serotonin levels and prevent ejaculation.

    The relationship between serotonin and dopamine is complex since other neurotransmitters, hormones and cytokines are involved. Also, it depends on the circuitry in the brain involved. I will discuss only some of the relationships.

    In general – as a predictable effect – Increasing serotonin levels will reduce dopamine production from dopamine-releasing neurons. This relationship is dose related. This may reduce attention (which is helpful in OCD – which can be viewed as a condition of excessive attention on certain subjects). The reduction in dopamine may also reduce libido, reduce motivation, impair memory. As dopamine levels are further reduced, one can get more significant effects such as muscle cramps, tremors, and akathisia (restlessness, agitation, fidgetiness, insomnia, anxiety, wanting to jump out of one’s skin, impulsive behaviors, etc.) . The lowered dopamine levels when excessive, may significantly increase norepinephrine production from norepinephrine-releasing neurons. This may then lead to adrenal fatigue.

    Interestingly, as far as I know, there are some dopamine-releasing neurons, however, where serotonin receptors are very close to dopamine-reuptake mechanisms. Serotonin may fit in the dopamine-reuptake mechanism, block it partially, resulting in an increase in dopamine levels locally. What this means is not yet clear – though is speculated to possibly help reduce depression.

    Increasing serotonin levels (as long as it is not excessive), can reduce norepinephrine production from norepinephrine-releasing neurons. This helps reduce stress signals from the brain, allowing the adrenal glands some respite, which allows them to recover from fatigue.

    Reduction in adrenal fatigue, then allows improved cortisol, progesterone, pregnenolone, and DHEA production. These have the effect of reducing norepinephrine production, which allows the return of dopamine production, and improves memory and attention.

    Where Acetylcholine fits in this circuit is not clear right now. Acetylecholine reduction can lead to an increase in dopamine production from dopamine-releasing neurons. Excessive acetylcholine can actually impair memory.

    Since memory is sometimes only associated with acetylcholine – given how people with Alzheimer’s disease have a loss of acetylcholine-releasing neurons – perhaps the improvement in memory associated with increasing serotonin levels (as long as it is not excessive), is associated with an increase in acetylcholine.

    However, the actual processes involving memory is much more complex – as shown by the above involvement of adrenal hormones. Memory involves neurons which use complex interplay of multiple chemical messengers including acetylcholine, serotonin, dopamine, estrogens, testosterone, progesterone, pregnenolone, thyroid hormone, DHEA, nitric oxide, etc. as well as various nutrients as cofactors.

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    #16254

    Numbers

    i think it’s an awesome idea

    it has been tried as well by a lot of ppl including me when i was taking dr lin’s dopafibra and 5-htp combo, no shit?

    he says take 2-3×50 mg 5-htp throughout the day and also his dopafibra spread out which has mucuna/l-dopa

    i tried it and i did get more morningwood on dopafibra, but still couldn’t have sex

    this was because i wasn’t on hydrocortisone, this really made it happen for me without help, but still PE symptoms

    now on TRT and still have PE

    so usp labs powerfull worked for me, so i am gonna try this soon after my HGH experiment which is running now

    i will spread the caps out during the day and take 5-htp along with it if necessary

    i might also take turmeric to counter inflammation and hopefully this helps lessen precum

    anyways sound plan, let us know how it works out

    if adrenals/thyroid/test are in order and still no go, then neurotransmitters might be the last step you need

    If you’re experiencing PE, did you try Paracetamol supplement like Chris suggested earlier?

    He was also on TRT and it helped him, and then got rid of his PE with this single supplement. I read that its pretty safe to take long term too

    And Js, I came across an anxiety forum a long time ago where a guy was discussing taking that combination. Sounds like there;s no reason why it wouldn’t work. But how long after you get off the supplements are the results gonna last? Or you plan on taking that combination for life if it works?

    i have not tried paracetamol in this context yet

    i do take it i think once every 2 weeks because of a big headache so might try it for PE purpose as well

    i am not sure about the long term use of paracetamol though since i read in some reports it could be hard on the liver

    i was on 6 ibuprofen daily though when i had my wisdom teeth removed which majorly sucked

    #16255

    Mckinley

    Neurotransmitters create and reflect your feelings, moods, thoughts, and behaviors. This powerful group of chemicals in the brain is responsible for physiological and psychological changes in how you experience your life. All behavior has a corresponding chemical pattern in the brain.

    There are more than a dozen neurotransmitters. Two of them – serotonin and dopamine – play a crucial role in orchestrating your behaviors, thoughts, emotions, and experiences and are commonly out of balance.

    Serotonin

    Serotonin is considered the feel good, inner peace, well-being neurotransmitter. Optimal serotonin levels are required for all positive affective states and all balanced emotional conditions.

    It’s rare that your serotonin levels would be too high. When your serotonin levels are low however, you may lapse into a cycle of struggle and hopelessness. Here are ten signs that you serotonin levels are too low:

    1. You become reclusive and avoid situations that make you anxious.

    2. You believe that you are too weak to handle the strain of conflict and challenge. You feel driven to avoid all conflict and challenge and are fearful of starting new ventures or taking calculated risks.

    3. You feel overwhelmed, resentful, and victimized by your circumstances.

    4. You have a tendency toward compulsive behaviors, perfectionism, and withdrawal. You worry a lot and see most things in a negative way. You may be extremely vigilant and overly controlling.

    5. You are impulsive, have a short attention span, feel blocked and scattered, and easily fly off the handle.

    6. You crave sweets and carbohydrates and tend to overeat (especially comfort foods). You tend to eat more in the afternoon and evening.

    7. You are compelled to clean and organize things around you. Once you start cleaning you may get “sucked” into the activity and find it hard to stop.

    8. You are prone to heat intolerance, panic, phobias, fibromyalgia, and TMJ.

    9. You are a night owl, experience insomnia, and have trouble getting to sleep.

    10. You feel depressed, hopeless and that you lack personal power. You may feel sad and cry a lot.

    Dopamine

    Dopamine is your excitatory neurotransmitter. When your dopamine levels are balanced, you experience heightened states of alertness and awareness.

    When your dopamine levels are too high, you may be caught in distorted perceptions of reality, dangerous risk taking, and increased aggression. Here are ten signs that your dopamine levels are too high:

    1. You have an excessively demanding sex drive.

    2. You are an information and news junky.

    3. You feel trapped when you do not have something risky and exciting to do. You may engage in dangerous risk taking.

    4. You fear being alone and having nothing to do. You cannot tolerate relaxation or calm. Peace and quite bore you.

    5. You are prone to violence and aggression. You may deliberately create conflict to get a thrill.

    6. You feel a lack intimacy and you do not want to make deep connections with others.

    7. You are a junk food junkie.

    8. You feel insecure, paranoid and try to control your environment in overt and destructive ways.

    9. You are chronically stressed, frustrated, and anxious. You are a workaholic, driven by success, and burned out.

    10. You are overly competitive and determined to win at all costs. You are demanding and lack the trust of those around you.

    When your dopamine levels are too low you lack a strong vital inner force. Here are 10 signs that your dopamine levels are too low:

    1. You lack energy and stamina.

    2. You have no drive or motivation.

    3. You are not able to concentrate.

    4. You lack focus.

    5. You are not able to move memories into long term storage.

    6. You become depressed and lack the ability to orient toward the future. It will be all you can do to get through the day.

    7. You have trouble thinking and keeping your thoughts organized.

    8. You are not able to be creative.

    9. You are not able to pay attention.

    10. You have no adventuresome spirit. You want to avoid making any changes in your life.

    Your behaviors and your experience affect your biochemical profile and your biochemical profile affects your behaviors and your experience. By picking up on the yellow flags that tell you when your brain chemistry is out of balance you can take specific steps to put your self back “at choice” and in charge again.

    Optimizing you brain chemistry and neurotransmitter profile can produce phenomenal results in improving your well-being, achieving your dreams, and living the successful, healthy and integrated life you deserve.

    Of the symptoms of dopamine and serotonin deficneicy mentioned iv experienced every signle one of those symptoms since all this started.

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