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Re: How can I block Cortisol?

Posted by ed_uk2010 on March 16, 2018, at 11:10:56

In reply to Re: How can I block Cortisol?, posted by farshad on March 16, 2018, at 10:31:02


>Why cant I take cortisol antagonists?

If you have seen an endocrinologist and they determine that this is necessary, you can. But you wouldn't use these drugs otherwise.

None of the meds you asked about are treatments for anxiety. You'd only use anti-cortisol drugs for a severe cortisol excess under specialist monitoring.

Cortisol release is essential for the body's response to stress. Blocking cortisol from being released can cause you to collapse when you're under stress.

>why cant you at least help me out and explain to me so I can understand it better and which drug would suit me the best?

I'm trying. But you can't decide to take an anti-cortisol drug because you have anxiety. Anti-cortisol drugs are only prescribed if specialist blood tests and sometimes scans show that they are a suitable treatment option.

Usually, anti-cortisol drugs are used for Cushing's syndrome.




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