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Re: Stress and HPA axis

Posted by Dinah on October 19, 2003, at 20:27:36

In reply to Re: Stress and HPA axis Cairo, posted by Dinah on October 19, 2003, at 20:15:46

And here it is in eczema

Autonomic nervous system dysregulation
In response to different pharmacological stimuli, a substantial proportion of patients with AEDS shows a decreased β-adrenergic and an increased a-adrenergic or cholinergic reactivity. Clinically, the white dermatographism and some psychosomatic interactions may partially be explained by this imbalance, which also gives rise to enhanced releasability of vasoactive mediators, e.g., histamine and leukotrienes, after appropriate stimulation

And Nikki, don't I recall that there is some linkage between Borderline Personality Disorder (which I always identify with, at least the affective instability and abandonment issues) and the cholinergic system?

It really does all tie together.

The question is, is there a drug that regulates the cholinergic system without increasing the dreaded (in my case) norepinephrine?




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