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Re: How to regenerate receptors after toxic damage? Prefect

Posted by chumbawumba on January 12, 2017, at 22:37:17

In reply to Re: How to regenerate receptors after toxic damage? chumbawumba, posted by Prefect on January 12, 2017, at 20:34:03

> chumbawamba you just hit a very serendipitous nail in the head with your last post. Lately I've been feverishly trying to understand Tyrosine and Glutamine.
> Tyrosine, because I feel my norepinephrine and dopamine is depleted (I've felt so for 20 yrs, but more so lately because I'm a working single father of a 2 year old who puts me through challenging and variable sleep schedules) because when I wake up in the morning I feel stupid for hours. When I take more caffein I just get palpitations but my head stays stupid, at least till lunch time. In some quack arenas this is called adrenal fatigue, and they might be onto something. So far I've taken Tyrosine a couple of times and felt nothing. Last time a whole gram, but that was 1.5 hr after eating, maybe I should do it first thing in the morning. I thought you'd feel Tyrosine that day if it's going to do anything for you?
> And Glutamine. My illness started with a gastrointestinal event, and in some quack arenas they think loss of intestinal protection wall can lead to an inflammatory process that may lead to, among a whole bunch of things, mental illness, and they might be onto something. They call this leaky gut, and say one of the substances that can fix this is L-Glutamine supplementation. Lately I've been trying to figure out if I should take L-Glutamine OR N-Acetyl Glucosamine for this. Oh and then there's NAC. I need to figure out which to try next.

I don't think this is a very well researched topic because no one stands to make a lot of money selling unpatentable nutritional supplements.

But my psychiatrist when I was undergoing TMS gave me these supplements which apparently you can only get through a Doctor and they aren't all that cheap..

Personally I don't think they are any better than something you could buy on Amazon or Ebay.

At the time she pointed me to a paper that was called something like "The Bundle Damage Hypothesis" this Doctor was discrediting the monoamine theory of depression and saying that( to paraphrase) nerve bundles have been compromised, so it's like you're using thinner gauge wiring so you've got to push harder to get current through. I think the science is a little flaky. I never felt much difference from the supplements. The TMS on the other hand made a big difference.




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