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Re: Klonopin for severe panic disorder Hugh

Posted by LAURAH952 on June 25, 2013, at 17:47:58

In reply to Re: Klonopin for severe panic disorder, posted by Hugh on June 25, 2013, at 14:37:38

> Niacinamide has benzo-like properties. Here's a case report about someone who used it to get off the Klonopin he'd been taking for anxiety.
> I just started taking d-Limonene a few days ago. I've been feeling much calmer and have been sleeping unusually well since then. Here's some info I found about it online:
> D-Limonene is a selective activator of the adenosine A(2A) receptor on cell membranes, which senses molecules outside the cell and in turn triggers activity within the cell. These receptors are vital for nervous system function. The lack of their activation is associated with anxiety, insomnia, and impaired dopamine transmission (addictive tendencies and lack of motivation). A lack of activation of adenosine A(2A) receptors on immune cells results in a hyperimmune response (allergic reactions).
> Various doses of d-Limonene have a potent anti-anxiety effect. Even inhaling the vapors of d-Limonene can calm down nerves as well as allergic reactions.
> Taking d-Limonene before bedtime will help calm nerves and promote restful sleep, yet another benefit of this multitalented nutrient.

Hi Hugh,

Ahh, here's the post.. I'm most intrigued by the link about the Niacinamide! I perused it, but bookmarked it to read later. Perhaps this can help me as well.

Thanks so much!




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