Test Your Neurotransmitter Deficiencies

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  • #12713

    Teddy

    voodoochild

    yea man, seriously.. where are you from ?

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    #12714

    Basil

    Max

    Thanks

    I think using hormones could be treating symptoms rather than treating the cause. What caused our hormones to go out in the first place? Perhaps a bad nutritional imbalance, genetics and over-masturbation?

    I am considering eliminating as much omega-6 from my diet as I can (with the exception of GLA) and largely increasing my intake of omega-3 by taking a high dose of ALA from ground up flax-seeds (most nutritious form!) and flax-seed oil plus a regular dose of EPA and DHA from cod liver oil. The effect of omega-3’s on the thyroid is very interesting as it is well known to speed up the metabolism by increasing thyroid function (reviving an under-active thyroid) with the help of iodine, zinc, selenium, vitamin E and many B vitamins, which are already included in my diet and supplement regime.

    Perhaps this has gone a little off-topic now and deserves its own thread… but hey

    #12715

    Lee

    jack_101

    Sorry, I just noticed this post.

    You should work on GABA first and try boosting one at a time and take part 2 of the test every couple of months to monitor your progress. If havent got the time to scan the book at the moment so if you ask me later when you have corrected your GABA I can give you advice on your next neurotransmitter (which next inline appears to be acetylcholine). Alternatively you could buy the book and have a good read yourself:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    #12717

    Leonel

    I was consuming flax-seeds big time until I read that it promotes estrogen. I got alarmed and got rid of all the flax products that I had in my apartment.

    Also, how exactly does fish oil aid the thyroid? This is the first time I am hearing this.

    #12718

    Isaac

    thanks mate very much appreciated

    #12719

    Federico

    Check this out about flax seeds and estrogen…

    Quote:

    Full article from [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    I don’t know exactly, but I have read many times that omega-3 fatty acids speed up your metabolism and just recently I have been reading about the thyroid and metabolism and it appears they are both linked. Here are some links:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    I personally think flax is a better alternative to fish oil as its the first fatty acid in the omega-3 chain. It will take longer to see the benefits on your thyroid with flax alone, but long term your body will be more omega-3 dominant. Taking just fish oil will only supply your body with EPA and DHA, where ALA in flax is just as important. Every fatty acid in the omega-3 chain is essential to the body so get them all in you! I would consider supplementing both flax and fish oil for a quicker result.

    #12720

    Alfonzo

    I would also like to say that a user on this forum sometime ago called “manny” claimed to cure himself from taking an extra high strength fish oil. Does anyone here remember him?

    #12721

    Stacey

    voodoochild

    I totally remember . But if I remember correctly he was famous for Alpha GPC. Remember that supplement? It was extremely popular here in this forum. I bet many old timers here know about it.

    I have no idea what happened to though.

    #12722

    Enrique

    Thanks for the advice voodoochild, will try it out for a bit. I’ve joined a local boxing club as well as doing circuit training twice a week so we’ll see how it goes.

    #12723

    Silas

    I took this test again and the results have changed

    Part I

    Dopamine Nature 45

    Acetylcholine Nature 47

    GABA Nature 39

    Serotonin Nature 45

    Part II

    Dopamine Nature 3

    Acetylcholine Nature 3

    GABA Nature 10

    Serotonin Nature 9

    I do feel much happyer since I this. I feel this is mostly down to more exercise, udos choice oils, the foods listed and the green tea.

    Interestingly, in the past two months my circumstances have changed. I now do circuit training three times a week coupled with a high intensity workout three times a week.

    I began taking a horny goat weed complex with tribulus/maca and it worked amazing for about 14 days. To the point where I felt I was basically cured. Horny as F*ck, morning wood, spontaneous errections I went three times a night at one point for 20 minutes plus. Then my results dropped and I didn’t get the same effect. I believe this is not down to excessive ejaculation but because I failed to cycle the tribulus so…

    Now I’m taking Tongkat Ali, alone (including b vitamin complex/zinc magnseium/vitamin c supp and udos choice) and I still feel horny and I get more spotaneous errections and my penis gets hard but my premature ejaculation has suddenly got BAD. Excluding the above, whenever I’ve lasted longer it’s been at the exepense of a totally hard penis now my penis is so hard I come very quickly.

    Interestingly, my recovery time has always been quite bad but I used to just sit off and after an hour or two I’d get some kind of libidus feeling and grab my girlfriend to get an errection (never comes without some kind of stimulation). But now it seems to be worse since I’m on tongkat ali.

    I remember you saying in a previous post, with my high dopamine/serotonin levels getting an errection in the first place would be a problem. Recently, I have started getting horny by for example looking through facebook pictures but generally it will be something like a touch that will turn me on but its a lot harder the second time. It’s hugely fustratining since I have a hot naked women in my bed and my cock just doesn’t want to play ball after round one.

    I’m going to the doctor tomorrow, considering taking SSRIs for premature ejaculation since if I’m only going to go once I might as well make it count. I’ve read a lot about the drawbacks and considering alternatives. What were your successes with SSRI? Anyone had any luck with 5HTP? Or any other alternatives.

    #12724

    Dan

    TheAutomatic

    Compared to your last test you have improved quite a lot! Bare in mind, this test is not completely accurate, but it is definately a good guide. I have been down the SSRI route and completely regretted it. I feel it did not help that much and I found myself having side effects. Whilst comming off the SSRI’s I experienced extreme premature ejaculation for about 2 weeks. SSRI’s also put load onto your liver and may stay in the body for some time before being detoxified. Your liver is very important for producing the enzymes that do hormone and neurotransmitter conversions so I suggest you keep a healthy liver and try not to slow it down with synthetic medications. Dr Lin’s website has a whole section on SSRI medication if you would like to read more. To everyone who has experienced problems with SSRI medications he has suggested his Detoxia supplements to replenish the liver:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    From looking at your results you should have a fantastic libido and good erections, but what would be causing your problem is the weak parasympathetic nervous system that are controlled by GABA and Serotonin. Dopamine, although good to provide libido is part of the sympathetic nervous system when it gets converted. When your GABA and Serotonin are low Dopamine will easily be converted into adrenaline (epinephrine) triggering premature ejaculation upon extreme excitement. GABA and Serotonin will slow down the conversion of Dopamine into Epinephrine. Excitement is a form of stress so if you have low GABA and Serotonin then you have a poor stress resistance. You need to improve your stress resistance and SSRI’s are not the most effective way and could only be a quick fix that could cause more long term problems.

    Its probably easier to work on 1 neurotransmitter at a time and then consider retesting after a month or 2. I would suggest carrying on with your diet and taking 3 5-HTP capsules daily. When your sleep starts to improve you know the 5-HTP is working. You should take 1 in the morning, 1 at noon and 1 in the evening. I have been doing this for a week or 2 myself now and from day 1 I had better sleep. I have also started to experience dreams again, which is something I have not had for a long time. Dreams are important as they are an indicator that you are getting REM sleep, which is a sign your body is healing and recharing properly. You should be aiming to get 8 hours of sleep a night.

    You may also want to consider adding fish oil to increase your production of EPA and DHA. Udo’s choice provides all of the ALA that slowly converts to EPA and DHA so fish oil with give a dramatic boost! Soon I plan to be taking the fish oil in the morning and the Udo’s in the evening. Keep both air-tight, in the fridge and in the dark to maintain their goodness. Essential oils are so delicate and easily destroyed!

    #12725

    Rey

    I forgot to mention that high intensity workouts increase the release of stress hormone Cortisol that slow down testosterone production by robing its precursor DHEA. Maybe you are working too hard! Light exercise is healthier. The intense training may be interfering with your GABA and Serotonin as Cortisol will mess with your sleeping. Doing more relaxing things will help such as a massage, meditation, concentrated breathing and more sleep.

    #12726

    Patricia

    Why are my numbers so damn low compared to everyone else?

    My results:

    PART 1 – Dominant

    Dopamine: 18

    Acetylcholine: 10

    GABA: 20

    Serotonin: 13

    PART 2 – Deficient

    Dopamine: 11

    Acetylcholine: 10

    GABA: 11

    Serotonin: 8

    Observation number one: Damn my dominant numbers are low. The description said “a classically dominant nature is…a score of 35 or above”. I wish. Are these lower because a) they indicate more balance, or b) they are ALL low and they ALL suck big time ???

    Observation number 2: My deficiencie are quite balanced, that’s for damn sure. They’re pertty much all the same, give or take, and results in this area indicate a medium/general deficiency. But that makes it tougher, right? Because you’d have to correct ALL of them.

    Am I screwed on everything? Daaammnnn!!!

    Woh!!! VoodoChild, you say…

    “high intensity workouts increase the release of stress hormone…that slow down testosterone production.”

    I read on peak-testosterone website, as well as a couple of other places, that we should all lift heavy weights regularly to boost testosterone. That was one of the basics I thought. I’m not saying eye-bulgers here, or lifting until you’re exhausted, but lifting heavy weights for a reasonable amount of time boosts testosterone long-term doesn’t it? I was told that lifters consistently have higher ‘base line’ T than non-lifters, which is why I began a few months ago. Or do you know something else? Am I ok to lift heavy for a few reps/sets, a few times per week. Fill us in….. Apologise for changing the subject.

    #12727

    Vito

    Part 1 on the dominant nature more so determines your personality and does not mean much. If part 1 of the test is correct then you are a GABA personality, which is stated as roughly 50% of the population. Its easy to guess or skip some questions so do not consider this test very accurate. Part 2 is more important as it roughly outlines your deficiencies by asking questions on symptoms that link to a specific neurotransmitter. You appear deficient in most areas, particularly GABA. On page 1 of this thread there are posts that could help you to correct your GABA deficiency. I have managed to move my GABA score from 12 to 8 so far and I am only 1 on my Serotonin score, probably due to the high dose of 5-HTP.

    And yes, you are correct on the weight training. If you do not over-train then it will increase Testosterone, but if you train to the point of exhaustion it raises Cortisol. When Cortisol is raised it will slow down Testosterone production by stealing its precursor DHEA. If you are going to do heavy weights then take plenty of rest between reps and do not exceed an hour of training.

    Some interesting info from Dr Lin on the subject here:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    #12728

    Rodrick

    Great info voodoochild. Thanks.

    #12729

    Trenton

    Section 1A = 36 Dopamine Nature

    Section 2A = 38 Acetylcholine Nature

    Section 3A = 32 GABA Nature

    Section 4A = 37 Serotonin Nature

    Section 1A = 17 Dopamine Nature

    Section 2B = 16 Acetylcholine Nature

    Section 3B = 31 GABA Nature

    Section 4B = 18 Serotonin Nature

    hey guys, thats my result.. cant understand em much but can some one give me an explanation.. much appreciated..

    #12730

    Hank

    bubba

    For this test to work effectively you need to think carefully about your answers because it makes things harder to establish. The first section to determine your nature is pretty meaningless as it mainly sums up your personality. The second section outlines your deficiencies and it appears you are very GABA deficient followed by Serotonin, which tells me you are a very nervous person who has difficulty sleeping. Perhaps also depressed with poor concentration. GABA and Serotonin are the most important neurotransmitters to work on first as they will help power your parasympathetic nervous system. When these 2 are near balanced you should begin to work on your Dopamine.

    For Serotonin you should take up to 150mg of 5-HTP daily spread out. 50mg in the morning, at noon and at night.

    For GABA you should take up to 3g of L-Glutamic Acid plus 100mg of vitamin B6 (in P5P form if you can get it!) daily.

    For Dopamine you should take 1g of DL-Phenylalanine and 1g of L-Tyrosine daily.

    Take the second half of the test again after 3 months to see if there is any major difference.

    #12731

    Jamaal

    thank u very much for the advice.. duly apprecciated.. are my scores really bad or just a little bad?

    #12732

    Nolan

    bubba

    I would say really bad, but that may be because you were unsure on some of the questions. The lower the numbers in the second half, the better and yours are quite high. Perhaps take the test again and think twice before answering the questions. You can skip the first 4 pages leaving them blank and just do part B of the test to determine your deficiencies.

    If you are quite an anxiety sufferer you may want to work on your GABA first as that seems the most deficient and you will probably notice greater changes. I was very deficient in GABA and have noticed great improvements in my anxiety. I now have a much better resistance towards stress!

    #12733

    Roger

    i have recently broke up with my long standing gf and i am struggling to find work which has often left me depressed and anxous.. will it help dramatically if i became ‘happier’ and stress free or do i still need alotta work..

    also, my erections are gone and my urge has diminished.. will corrrecting these deficiancies resolve my problems r am i doomed?

    #12734

    Felix

    bubba

    Reducing stress and being positive will definately help. The body works at its best when it is happy and relaxed, stress interferes as the body is distracted or disrupted, which in the long term will slow down your healing if not preventing it.

    Erections are hormone and neurotransmitter driven. It is important to have a well balanced state of mind phsychologically as performance anxieties will impair your erection strength. The penis is a muscle that when “relaxed” fills with blood so the more your penis is relaxed with the positive parasypathetic neurotransmitters GABA and Serotonin, the stronger your erection will be. Your libido is driven by Dopamine, which when in balance should help you to be more confident with your performance, therefore will again relax the body further and help drive your erection. It is also said that a good balance of Dopamine helps to increase Testosterone and balance your bodies metabolism/thyroid. The increase in Testosterone would also improve both your erections and libido. I do not believe any of us are doomed, just be positive and keep doing any research your can as we are all in the same boat aiming for the same target. I have spent a long time researching this subject, raiding libraries and book stores studying various areas of the human body and I will not stop until I am cured, even if it takes a lifetime!

    Perhaps you could list your symptoms. Looking at your score (if correct) you should have pretty bad premature ejaculation. Do you get precum at all? Are you suffering any hair loss, testicular pain or prostate pain etc?

    #12735

    Tad

    lost sensation in penis but gettin that back..

    weak/no erections

    lazyness

    no desire for sex

    porno no good

    no sexual thoughts

    tired

    drained

    those r symptons if that helps u get better picture..

    #12737

    Everette

    For Serotonin you should take up to 150mg of 5-HTP daily spread out. 50mg in the morning, at noon and at night.

    For GABA you should take up to 3g of L-Glutamic Acid plus 100mg of vitamin B6 (in P5P form if you can get it!) daily.

    For Dopamine you should take 1g of DL-Phenylalanine and 1g of L-Tyrosine daily.

    where could i get the above from?

    are there any alternatives if i cant get them?

    #12738

    Nathanael

    All are available at natural health stores. They are only amino acids (proteins) and vitamins which are perfectly safe and natural. If you can’t get them at a local store then they are easily available online.

    #12739

    Dewayne

    Hey guys,

    I took the neurotransmitter test but I am still not sure what the results show. Could anybody please take a look at the results and tell me what could be wrong.

    Test 1 – Dependencies

    Dopamine Nature: 28

    Acetylcholine Nature: 22

    GABA Nature: 25

    Serotonin Nature: 19

    Test 2 – Deficiencies

    Dopamine Nature: 17

    Acetylcholine Nature: 12

    GABA Nature: 25

    Serotonin Nature: 12

    If you could decode these results then I would be truely greatful. Thank you.

    #12740

    Carson

    from what I understand, the neurotransmitter that scores the highest in Test 1 is the one that you are most dominate in

    As for test 2, anything between 0 and 5 is considered healthy, between 6 and 15 is a general deficiency and above that is a major deficiency. Hope this helps

    #12741

    Josiah

    Heres mine. I had a fealing I was majorly deficiant in dopamine.

    Test 1

    Section 1A = 30 Dopamine Nature

    Section 2A = 21 Acetylcholine Nature

    Section 3A = 26 GABA Nature

    Section 4A = 30 Serotonin Nature

    Test 2

    Section 1B = 22 Dopamine Nature

    Section 2B = 17 Acetylcholine Nature

    Section 3B = 15 GABA Nature

    Section 4B = 13 Serotonin Nature

    #12742

    Maria

    Both of you are very deficient in all areas. Like bigbird said – your score should be between 0 and 5 in part 2 to be healthy.

    #12743

    Darron

    Well after a few months of adding in TRT, gaba+5htp and ghrp-6+cjc-195 100mcg both treatments my numbers and social anxiety symptoms have improved by alot.

    Oct 09

    1A. Total “T” Responses: Dopamine Deficiency ___14

    2A. Total “T” Responses: Acetylcholine Deficiency ___18

    3A. Total “T” Responses: GABA Deficiency ___28

    4A. Total “T” Responses: Serotonin Deficiency ___16

    Now

    Section 1B = 6 Dopamine Nature

    Section 2B = 5 Acetylcholine Nature

    Section 3B = 9 GABA Nature

    Section 4B = 2 Serotonin Nature

    I would symptoms wise it hasnt improved as much as the results suggest but definetly theres been a noticeable physical improvement from workouts, socialising and sex. The cjc+ghrp combo was taking a bit later and noticed a huge improvement in just about everything from feeling more upbeat, lower fatter, better pumps, better sleep, better wood, just feeling a whole lot younger which i cant ask for anything more

    #12744

    Jacob

    Do you think meditation would be beneficial?

    #12745

    Enoch

    Dont misunderstand me…when i viewed the replies I felt they had benefit from this test..

    I tried to Visit the Link you post, but I couldnt find the Test you mentioned

    Only a Book…with many missing pages, I cant view it all due to an error.

    My appologies, your english is a little sketchy so I misunderstood

    There are 2 links in my first post. The first link is the test and the second link is a preview on google books. They dont show all the pages because it is a preview so you can read a bit before you buy.

    Here is the test:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    #12746

    Gaston

    Hey guys iv done the test as well…i dont know what to conclude from this so can you help me out please??

    Part 1 results

    Section 1A = Dopamine Nature = 28

    Section 2A = Acetylcholine Nature =28

    Section 3A = GABA Nature =28

    Section 4A = Serotonin Nature =26

    Part 2 Results

    Section 1B = Dopamine Nature=7

    Section 2B = Acetylcholine Nature =5

    Section 3B = GABA Nature =21

    Section 4B = Serotonin Nature =9

    #12747

    Elias

    what is part 1 and part 2 mean?

    do you have the ranges?

    #12748

    Jame

    sorry i think i accidently started a new thread…delete the “test” one…part 1 is dominant nature and part 2 is deficient nature

    #12749

    Asa

    Max

    Part 1 is meant to determine your nature. Supposedly your brain will have a dominant neurotransmitter, which basically is the neurotransmitter your brain makes most effectively. The higher the score in part 1 determines your nature, which for jack_101 there is not a clear result, which means possibly some questions were maybe guessed or not answered correctly. There are some really strange questions to answer in part 1 that confused me.

    Part 2 is meant to display your deficiencies. The higher the number the more deficient you are in that neurotransmitter, which for jack_101 is clearly GABA followed by serotonin. Anything between 0 and 5 is considered healthy, between 6 and 15 is a general deficiency and above that is a major deficiency.

    For Jack_101…

    If you go on page 1 I have posted a GABA diet plan. You should consume as much glutamate throughout the day as possible to ensure your brain gets a steady supply. Increasing GABA through consuming glutamate should elimate any anxieties you have. It worked amazingly for me and I am so much more confident at work and with socializing. If the test is correct then you probably suffer with anxiety and perhaps a few sleeping or depression problems.

    #12750

    Phillip

    actually iv done this properly now with more accuracy and it seems a lot more worse off than before

    Part 1 results

    Section 1A = Dopamine Nature = 26

    Section 2A = Acetylcholine Nature =22

    Section 3A = GABA Nature =22

    Section 4A = Serotonin Nature =23

    Part 2 Results

    Section 1B = Dopamine Nature=12

    Section 2B = Acetylcholine Nature =13

    Section 3B = GABA Nature =21

    Section 4B = Serotonin Nature =11

    thanks for the advice for the GABA voodoochild, now can you give me advice on how to level out the others please???

    #12751

    Winfred

    i mean i never get much use out of testing my neurotransmitters and treating them… i think its better to just focus on sex hormones, mainly adrenals, thyroid, testosterone and e2.

    you should only focus on fixing and testing neurotranmitters after you optimized nutrients and hormones.

    i heard gaba is basically useless since it cant gross the blood barrier… a better route would b6 and l-theanine. taurine, etc.

    #12752

    Garrett

    Max

    GABA powder is useless, yes, but glutamate is not

    Your brain tells your pituary and your pituary tells your thyroid and so on. There is a major link between your nervous system and your glands. I think we should all try our different methods and see what works best. I personally think the omega-3 and 6 balance has a lot to do with neurotransmitter and hormone deficiency. DHA is known well for its effects on the brain and I think the mistake most of us make here is relying on fish oils. Yes, they do give excellent results, but ALA is also very important to balance your omega-3. We should start at the begining of the chain, not skip straight to the end. As soon as you stop taking fish oil the effects will decrease because you dont have sufficient ALA stored in your body to provide a healthy rate of conversion to EPA and DHA to give a steady balance. It can take up to a whole year to switch the body from a high ratio of omega-6 over to omega-3. Omega oils are stored abundantly in glands and as we know, most omega-6’s are bad, particularly AA. We should be storing the good omega-3’s in our glands for them to be healthy. Healthy glands in theory should mean healthy hormones. And a healthy brain should also mean healthy emotions. The brain is also like a gland and is 60% fat.

    A healthy body is a functioning body and im not entirely convinced messing with synthetic or supplemented hormones will be a long term fix.

    #12753

    Jarvis

    Quote:

    there completely different…. glutamate is utilized by the body, for some reason GABA cant be effect.

    Quote:

    good luck.

    like i said, try the natural route for 1 year or less, if it doesn’t work move on

    we have the freedom todo what we wish; I gave up on the natural stuff a long time ago. But what im doing is still the natural route in my opinon.

    #12754

    Franklin

    voodoochild

    Nice Explanation

    #12755

    Leslie

    voodoochild

    yea man, seriously.. where are you from ?

    #12756

    Eddie

    Max

    Thanks

    I think using hormones could be treating symptoms rather than treating the cause. What caused our hormones to go out in the first place? Perhaps a bad nutritional imbalance, genetics and over-masturbation?

    I am considering eliminating as much omega-6 from my diet as I can (with the exception of GLA) and largely increasing my intake of omega-3 by taking a high dose of ALA from ground up flax-seeds (most nutritious form!) and flax-seed oil plus a regular dose of EPA and DHA from cod liver oil. The effect of omega-3’s on the thyroid is very interesting as it is well known to speed up the metabolism by increasing thyroid function (reviving an under-active thyroid) with the help of iodine, zinc, selenium, vitamin E and many B vitamins, which are already included in my diet and supplement regime.

    Perhaps this has gone a little off-topic now and deserves its own thread… but hey

    #12757

    Mickey

    jack_101

    Sorry, I just noticed this post.

    You should work on GABA first and try boosting one at a time and take part 2 of the test every couple of months to monitor your progress. If havent got the time to scan the book at the moment so if you ask me later when you have corrected your GABA I can give you advice on your next neurotransmitter (which next inline appears to be acetylcholine). Alternatively you could buy the book and have a good read yourself:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    #12758

    Kermit

    I was consuming flax-seeds big time until I read that it promotes estrogen. I got alarmed and got rid of all the flax products that I had in my apartment.

    Also, how exactly does fish oil aid the thyroid? This is the first time I am hearing this.

    #12759

    Parker

    thanks mate very much appreciated

    #12760

    Brent

    Check this out about flax seeds and estrogen…

    Quote:

    Full article from [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    I don’t know exactly, but I have read many times that omega-3 fatty acids speed up your metabolism and just recently I have been reading about the thyroid and metabolism and it appears they are both linked. Here are some links:

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    [MOD EDIT: URL Removed]

    I personally think flax is a better alternative to fish oil as its the first fatty acid in the omega-3 chain. It will take longer to see the benefits on your thyroid with flax alone, but long term your body will be more omega-3 dominant. Taking just fish oil will only supply your body with EPA and DHA, where ALA in flax is just as important. Every fatty acid in the omega-3 chain is essential to the body so get them all in you! I would consider supplementing both flax and fish oil for a quicker result.

    #12761

    Sterling

    I would also like to say that a user on this forum sometime ago called “manny” claimed to cure himself from taking an extra high strength fish oil. Does anyone here remember him?

    #12762

    Terrell

    voodoochild

    I totally remember . But if I remember correctly he was famous for Alpha GPC. Remember that supplement? It was extremely popular here in this forum. I bet many old timers here know about it.

    I have no idea what happened to though.

    #12763

    Rex

    Thanks for the advice voodoochild, will try it out for a bit. I’ve joined a local boxing club as well as doing circuit training twice a week so we’ll see how it goes.

    #12764

    Maximo

    I took this test again and the results have changed

    Part I

    Dopamine Nature 45

    Acetylcholine Nature 47

    GABA Nature 39

    Serotonin Nature 45

    Part II

    Dopamine Nature 3

    Acetylcholine Nature 3

    GABA Nature 10

    Serotonin Nature 9

    I do feel much happyer since I this. I feel this is mostly down to more exercise, udos choice oils, the foods listed and the green tea.

    Interestingly, in the past two months my circumstances have changed. I now do circuit training three times a week coupled with a high intensity workout three times a week.

    I began taking a horny goat weed complex with tribulus/maca and it worked amazing for about 14 days. To the point where I felt I was basically cured. Horny as F*ck, morning wood, spontaneous errections I went three times a night at one point for 20 minutes plus. Then my results dropped and I didn’t get the same effect. I believe this is not down to excessive ejaculation but because I failed to cycle the tribulus so…

    Now I’m taking Tongkat Ali, alone (including b vitamin complex/zinc magnseium/vitamin c supp and udos choice) and I still feel horny and I get more spotaneous errections and my penis gets hard but my premature ejaculation has suddenly got BAD. Excluding the above, whenever I’ve lasted longer it’s been at the exepense of a totally hard penis now my penis is so hard I come very quickly.

    Interestingly, my recovery time has always been quite bad but I used to just sit off and after an hour or two I’d get some kind of libidus feeling and grab my girlfriend to get an errection (never comes without some kind of stimulation). But now it seems to be worse since I’m on tongkat ali.

    I remember you saying in a previous post, with my high dopamine/serotonin levels getting an errection in the first place would be a problem. Recently, I have started getting horny by for example looking through facebook pictures but generally it will be something like a touch that will turn me on but its a lot harder the second time. It’s hugely fustratining since I have a hot naked women in my bed and my cock just doesn’t want to play ball after round one.

    I’m going to the doctor tomorrow, considering taking SSRIs for premature ejaculation since if I’m only going to go once I might as well make it count. I’ve read a lot about the drawbacks and considering alternatives. What were your successes with SSRI? Anyone had any luck with 5HTP? Or any other alternatives.

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