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Re: How to regenerate receptors after toxic damage?

Posted by linkadge on January 3, 2017, at 17:10:24

In reply to How to regenerate receptors after toxic damage?, posted by Prefect on January 2, 2017, at 21:39:13

There are many medications which act as neurotransmitter antagonists. A simple example are antihistamines, which block the histamine receptors.

Another example is beta carbolines (in coffee) which inhibit gaba receptors.

Such neurotransmitter antagonists only exert their action for a period of time (usually until the drug is excreted). There is nothing inherently neurotoxic about a gaba antagonist.

Even if a drug induces a seizure, this does not say that it has induced permanent damage. It can take some time for neurotransmitters to balance themselves after a seizure, but I would not assume that your brain is necessarily damaged.

People with epilepsy have seizures all the time, and can recover. Of course, you want to limit future seizures, as frequently prolonged, repeated seizures can eventually lead to neurotoxicity.

I would treat your symptoms (depression, anxiety, whatever), and then eat well, sleep well and get good exercise. You'll be surprised how well you can recover.




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