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Re: ENADA NADH Vacation Cut Short btnd

Posted by Ron Hill on September 4, 2003, at 10:37:23

In reply to Re: BTW: Larry, Ron - how are you doing on NADH? (n/m) btnd, posted by Ron Hill on August 27, 2003, at 16:33:17


Just a quick follow-up on my previous message. I ended my ENADA NADH vacation this morning after only nine days. My motivation was dropping and atypical depression was knocking on the door.

My new plan is to take 2.5 mg once every week-and-a-half (or thereabouts) and continue to search for methods to treat any irritability caused by the ENADA NADH dosing. Currently, B-6 and zinc on an empty stomach is doing a good job treating my BP II dysphoric mood states (irritability). However, time will tell if the B-6/zinc remedy will last, and further, whether it has enough fire power to counteract the ENADA NADH induced additional irritability.

-- Ron

> btnd,
> I am currently taking 2.5 mg once or twice a week. However, I have decided to take an extended (permanent?) break from this supplement. In the beginning it was profound for the treatment of my atypical depression (low motivation, anhedonia, low energy, and hypersomnia) and it still is effective (although not profound) for this purpose. But now, seven months later, the irritability associated with my taking a dose has escalated to the point of being unacceptable.
> Im in a catch 22 because, on the one hand, I need the ENADA NADH to treat my atypical depression but, on the other hand, I cant stand the irritability it causes for a day or two after taking each dose.
> Im glad to see that ENADA NADH is working well for some. I am a med-sensitive patient which may explain my reaction to some of these supplements. I had a very similar experience with SAM-e about 20 months ago. It did a great job in treating my atypical depression. Its effectiveness was profound in the beginning and remained pretty good when I terminated its use five months later. I had to quit SAM-e because it made me VERY IRRITABLE (GRRRRRRRRR!) and Im experiencing a similar (but not as bad) side effect with ENADA NADH.
> So, in answer to your question, my plan is to take an NADH supplement vacation and see what happens. I hope I do not fall into a deep depression. Ive been ramping up my exercise program in hopes of staying out of the pit.
> Best wishes.
> -- Ron




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