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Re: More on phenylalanine/tyrosine PTSD Larry Hoover

Posted by pelorojo on December 6, 2002, at 13:58:00

In reply to Re: More on phenylalanine/tyrosine PTSD, posted by Larry Hoover on December 6, 2002, at 12:33:28

I wondered the same thing. Any speculation?

When you say 'chronic' - I'm wondering if you have conceptualized it the same way I have. I'm thinking of chronic as near-constant acute reactions. Is that how you see it?

What interventions increase the cortisol feedback signal?

A second concern about tyrosine and phenylalanine is the common advice to avoid them if you have skin cancer or are vulnerable to acquiring it as I believe that tyrosine plays a role in the growth of cancer cells on the skin. I'm Casper-the-friendly-ghost fair-skinned and I live in sunny Texas (plus I was burned repeatedly as a child) so it gives me pause. Others may not have a concern here. Any thoughts or comments on that piece?


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