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I'd recommend for those who believe diet to be a cause to start off doing strict AIP at least for a  month and see if you do better.  After you can try reintroducing certain foods.  This diet is a bit of a modified aip diet.  It's my personal template of foods I can/can't eat.

Long story short... I am ALL GRAIN and DAIRY free with some additional sensitivities.  Avoiding all of this I am 100%.  I continuously update this page to expand my diet.

*** Highlighted foods I eat a lot on a near daily basis

https://www.wellnessresources.com/news/gluten-intolerance-affects-mood-balance-methylation-and-brain-inflammation

www.cronometer.com

^^ add your diet into the website and figure out nutrients/calories.

12/7 *** Basil (herb) to avoid (causes bad mood, gut pain and brain fog, i may have some allergy to it). Also considering moving the Betty crocker foods to eat as they are causing no issues over multiple uses.

11/26 *** Betty crocker GF pancakes to eat/careful.  Betty crocker GF chocolate chip cookies to eat/careful.

11/11**** Betty crocker GF yellow cake to careful (no problems).  Bigelow tea to probably avoid (gut pain, ulcers... think it is caused by the Bigelow tea but not 100% sure)

10/30*** edited honey to eat... only the clear, non-raw kind to eat.

10/29**** Betty crocker gluten free brownies to careful.

10/20*** A2 milk to avoid (same reaction as regular milk), Celestial seasonings chamomile to drink/eat.  Farm Promise ground sausage to eat.  Perdue chicken breast and thighs to eat.

10/16*** Chicken of the sea canned salmon to avoid (cross contamination of something).  Spearmint Pur Gum to eat.

10/14*** It's highly possible a few foods listed to avoid (ex:green beans) I've only had trouble with because of how it was processed.  All grains and dairy are still definite sensitivities.  Added cooking oils to avoid.

9/22*** tapioca to avoid

9/13***. Avoid mayonnaise (eggs), caused pale mouth sores

9/11 *** added farm promise ground beef to eat


8/15 *** try to limit nightshades if you notice a problem with them (white potato, tomato...).  Cooler ranch Doritos to "careful".  Pat lafrieda sausage to eat.

8/13 *** premio sweet Italian sausage to eat

6/23 *** nectarines to avoid (mouth ulcers/gut pain...too acidic? Cauliflower to avoid (had very bad pain, funny I could eat this before the diet without noticeable intestinal pain. Watermelon to eat.  Cantaloupe to eat.  Snickers to careful.  Salmon/other fish to eat.

Update 6/17**** careful with too much olive oil, don't put tbsp after tbsp in food just for calories.  Too much oil can cause inflammation even though it is healthy.

Update 5/31and 6/2**** general update

Update 5/23*** added dum dum lollipops

Update 5/17*** added farm promise slow smoked applewood/hardwood uncured bacon

Update 5/3*** added gold's chicken (orange duck) sauce

Update 4/5*** celery to eat, mangos to avoid, tapioca and coconut flour possibly to eat

Update 3/13*** blueberries to avoid.  May have a personal intolerance to them.

Update 3/3 *** removed utz sweet potato chips (feels inflammatory and bad mood after). *** I'm going to give each food a month now, or a good amount of time before I add them in.*** Limit sugar intake (white sugar, honey), fruits seem to be OK for me tho

Update 2/28/17 *** added utz sweet potato chips and so delicious dairy free coconut milk ice cream

Update 2/23/17 *** added buckwheat to avoid list

Update 2/14/17 *** added sauerkraut and beets, got rid of kettle brand jalapeno chips

Update 1/27/17 *** added Frank's buffalo sauce and Wendy's chili.  White potatoes not so good and note added.

Update 1/25/17*** added Ken's honey mustard and Perdue ground chicken in 2% solution to avoid.

Update 1/18/17***. Beans no longer cause me brain fog or any problems in regard to pois.  I believe my gut has healed a good amount.  I also started drinking bone broth for gut health. Added tequila. Added Terra sweet potato chips.


 update*** eat Autoimmune Paleo Diet if you want to rid all pois symptoms. (If you think diet may be a cause... but I certain didn't know it was a cause until I changed my diet) My diet may have things like beans but they may cause some sort of inflammation.  If you really want mental relief eat an absolutely autoimmune Paleo diet.  Not sure how long you have to eat that way.  Either forever or until gut heals I do not know at this moment.

Some of these foods I now avoid.  To be specific, white potatoes and maybe beans.  I now follow the aip diet and the relief is 100%. 

HERE IS A GOOD LINK if you are really struggling:
http://www.phoenixhelix.com/2013/06/02/paleo-aip-grocery-list/

*** beans are okay to eat, however, they may exacerbate POIS symptoms from O.  I'd recommend either olive leaf extract if that works for you, or avoidance of beans the day you plan to orgasm.

 update**** added eggs to avoid list, added a good brand of white rice for those with white rice problems.  Added aspartame to avoid list

Update**** added sour jacks **** added Swedish fish.. added -garlic to avoid list

update**** removed reeses (dairy), added chickpeas to bad foods, added beans and kB jalapeno chips (careful), removed chocolate.

Update***  avoid all grains and all dairy and eggs

Update*** I believe I've had celiac or non celiac gluten sensitivity for about 10 years undiagnosed.  It may be ncgs because I did not show any nutrient deficiencies, which make me believe my villi are intact. However, I will have abdominal pain, mouth ulcers and bad brain fog/irritability from my diet.  I do not really have diarrhea which is a main celiac symptom (another reason I think it may be ncgs) This led me to react to many different things.  As I follow my diet, some sensitivities should clear up, leading to the diet of only gluten avoidance (I hope).  Read the next update.

 update*** If you feel better after fasting, something like this may be for you.  I can O freely now and the only pois symptoms I have revolve around my diet.  I may have celiac, or something similar, undiagnosed for a long long time resulting in pois symptoms.  I only realized this after taking foods away from my diet and reintroducing them, that's the first time I experienced pain in my abdomen.  This may also be for you if you feel significantly worse after eating pasta.  If you fast for 3 days or so (under medical supervision obviously) than O and experience no symptoms, I feel like your diet is the root cause.  The following is just my personal diet, yours will vary.  I'm probably repeating myself.  I feel the root problem is grains Including corn and soy, also other proinflammatory foods.  My suggestion would be start your own food list and add to that, avoiding grains first.  Reintroduce them and if you feel bad you'll know to keep them out.  Keep adding to the list.  I believe my undiagnosed "celiac" led to other food sensitivities which you'll see below.***

Let me start off by saying I had no idea my symptoms (mostly brain fog, irritability, craving for relief) were caused and relieved by my diet.  Of course, orgasm was the worst thing for me to do and caused all symptoms.  I can now O freely.  Over the course of many months I've developed a diet of foods I can eat and foods I can't eat and must avoid.  I have no gastrointestinal symptoms.  Only after reintroducing certain foods I will feel pain.  Right now I am literally 100% with no brain fog.  I can literally function and feel well even after little sleep.  One of the best things is that my eyes are finally clear and I no longer look and feel like an irritable zombie!  They say eyes say a lot about your state of health. Here's the whole food list so far.

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AVOID:
-All grains, especially wheat and corn, even gluten free substitutes...I haven't tested every single grain, but for now I avoid them
-All dairy
-Eggs (heart palps...gut pain, canker sores)
-Carrageenan (very very essential to avoid)
-All chips with corn
-Lays potato chips
-Beer, alcohol, wine (obv alcohol should be avoided especially beer.  I may be able to get away with wine but for now I avoid)
-Bananas (definite brain fog)
-Soy
-raisins
-applesauce (some applesauce has weird additives, 100% apples is fine)
- chickpeas
- garlic
- Aspartame
- Ken's honey mustard dressing (something in it bothers me)
- Perdue ground chicken in some 2% rosemary solution (may be contaminated with gluten or something else)
- white potatoes (too much causes brain fog)
- kettle brand jalapeno chips (cooking oils)
- buckwheat
-Utz sweet potato chips (oils)
-Blueberries
-mangos
- green peas (processed?)
- shop rite brand organic black beans (may have hidden wheat)
-mouthwash (haven't found one that hasn't bothered me yet, might be because of sucralose but not sure)
-nectarines
-cauliflower (came from bag, don't know if reaction caused by bag or cauliflower)
-mayonnaise (too much uncooked egg content)
-tapioca
-shoprite codfish? (Gluten?)
-portafino tuna(olive oil)
- cooking oils (heavy brain fog)
- Chicken of the sea canned salmon/tuna (cross contamination)
-A2 milk (same reaction as regular milk)
- Raw honey
- Bigelow tea
- Basil (gut pain, brain fog, irritability)

So what is possible to eat??  Here is a detailed list of all foods you CAN eat if you follow this diet.  I do go into detail, because I literally test everything.  Forgive me of the order.

I highlighted foods green that I eat a lot and/or on a "daily" basis

EAT:
-Pears
-Apples
-Almond milk (without carrageenan)
-Turkey
-Roast Beef
-Tuna (without soy)
-gluten free Ground Beef
-Yams/sweet potato (eat this instead of white potato)
-white potato (limit if sensitive to nightshades)
-Spinach
-Broccoli
-Carrots
-Beets
-Lettuce
-Manhattan clam chowder soup (contains soy tho, but I haven't noticed a reaction, for now I will not eat it since it provides only 200 calories)
-vegetable juice
-carrot juice
-Green Beans (not so sure about these lately, I may be sensitive)
-Tomatoes (limit if nightshade sensitive)
-Asparagus
-GF chicken wings (grain free without carrageenan)
-Tomato sauce/paste (be careful of grain additives)
-plums
-honey (only the clear, non-raw honey without pollen grains)
-chick fil a French fries (make sure it's a dedicated fryer)
-chick fil a gluten free salads (never had a problem with the main grilled salad, I get the acv dressing and I don't eat the nuts or granola or blueberries)
-Kraft creamy Italian dressing
-balsamic vinaigrette
-French dressing (wishbone)
-peaches
-pineapple
-Ken's Apple cider vinaigrette (so good)
-strawberries
-black beans (GOYA or Bush's brand)
-olive oil (small amounts you would normally eat, don't put tbsp after tbsp, this will eventually cause inflammation I believe, just like any other fat.  I've had multiple problems with olive oil and I only put a dash in food during SOME meals now)
- Terra sweet potato chips
- Wendy's chili
- sauerkraut
-celery
-golds duck sauce
-coconut flour
- farm promise slow smoked applewood/hardwood uncured bacon
-Tyson chicken breast and thigh
-Pepsodent original toothpaste
- cantaloupe
- watermelon
-salmon, other fish without additives
- premio sweet Italian sausage
- Pat lafrieda sausage
- Farm Promise ground beef
- Pur Gum
-Celestial Seasonings Chamomile tea
-Farm promise ground sausage
-Perdue chicken breasts and chicken thighs
-Betty crocker GF pancakes
-Betty crocker GF chocolate chip cookies

Careful(keep low or none at all,some have hidden corn/wheat or just general sensitivity):
-so delicious dairy free ice cream
-Frank's buffalo sauce (I do tend to get mouth sores with this but I think it is related to it's acidity)
-Sour jacks (if you can tolerate it)
-swedish fish(if you can tolerate it)
- starburst (if you can tolerate it)
-100% agave tequila - maybe safe, maybe.
-veggie chips and veggie straws (EDIT: I can tolerate a little, it does have corn in it...(careful with these tho, I may have had gut pain with them, either from potatoes or corn additives)
--Chickpea pasta (careful, chickpeas can cross react with soy, if you react to this than avoid it)
-dum dum lollipops (I reacted to limited edition so I'm not so sure about this I MAY be able to eat the original version fine but am not so sure)
-Snickers (surprisingly I tolerate these pretty well, maybe a 1/10 in general pain, 0 being none at all.  I tolerate them better than reeses, snickers has actual peanuts instead of peanut butter which may be a reason.  They also have chocolate which has dairy obviously and a little bit of egg.  But I don't think they cross the threshold of me reacting to them with the small amount of egg and limited casein..?
-cooler ranch Doritos (surprisingly maybe a 1/10 reaction given my terrible reaction to corn.  Maybe the cooking does something to the corn protein?)
- Betty crocker gluten free brownies. (did not have a reaction to this but it does contain rice flour, for now it's in careful.  It also requires eggs, but I've yet to see a reaction from oven baked eggs)
-Betty crocker GF yellow cake.

Testing:
-testing quinoa sometime in the future

Additional questionable:
-Parmesan cheese, all cheeses
- gf broccoli cheese soup
-oranges
-raw cranberry juice (may be too acidic)

*GF = grain free
****also remember to look out for hidden additives... for example, carrageenan in Turkey or eggs in sauce.

Some of you may think this is hard especially for breakfast.  I find eating 2 romaine lettuce, turkey and Kraft creamy Italian dressing sandwiches (substituting the romaine lettuce leaves for the bread) to be easily made, along with a pear or Apple and some almond milk to be fulfilling for breakfast.  Eat goya beans every morning as well. Mashed potatoes with almond milk and turkey is also a personal preference.  Again, looking out for additives is a must.

Basically I would say this is a gut healing diet.  My theory is food sensitivities/intolerances cause inflammation in the body and when we O, the body and especially the brain is "breached", causing pois symptoms.  This diet relieved my 24/7 brain fog and all POIS symptoms.  I am able to O freely but still try to keep it for the weekend. I will update my food list whenever I feel appropriate and I have very high hopes the relief will continue as long as I stay on this diet.  GL to all.

-GLC
« Last Edit: December 07, 2017, 06:33:19 AM by Going less Crazy »
My POIS 100% managed with modified Paleo Diet (@ diet that 100% manages my pois)Believe my POIS stems from inflammation in the gut. O and stimulation = neuro POIS from diverted inflammation from the gut. Can O freely. Supplements: currently only chamomile tea, experimenting

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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2016, 01:25:58 AM »
No skittles?!! Life=over. Kidding... That's a good detailed food list. Thanks for letting us know what's cured you. I'm not too sure it will apply the same in my case, but I'm open minded since food can seem to exasperate my symptoms. Let us know if anything changes or if your symptoms return. It's good to see people get cured or relieved of this terrible illness. You've been a great part of the poiser community over the years! Hopefully more of us will experience a pois cure one way or another, whether it's from diet, or relating to VN, or something else, as long as it's a cure I'll be happy. Thanks!!
Symptoms (mostly cognitive): brain fog/difficulty thinking, lack of motivation, fatigue, trouble finding the right words, racing thoughts, possible OCD, anxiety, social withdrawal, extreme frustration and irritability, general discomfort.

Born in 1989, and symptoms since I was 14.

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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2016, 08:27:06 AM »
Like GLC also been concentrating further on continuing to improve suitable diet.  Significantly increased fruit portions even further, replaced full fat yogurt with low fat. Most important; reduced standard cheese consumption and replaced it with goat cheese. Fresh version seems best. It seems my general suffering has reduced once again quiet significantly.

Conclusion: Elimination of grains, particularly wheat greatly reduces brain fog.  Change of dairy especially cheese type greatly reduces inflammation (especially chest area for me).
Also tried diet with higher consumption of blue cheese containing loads of penicillin especially during POIS but did not seem to help me much.
Chocolate containing sugar is out of the question.
 
I see wrong diet as partly responsible for intensity of suffering during POIS period as well as Non-POIS period.

Regarless change of diet, supplements, sufficient sleep, exercise, etc. POIS stays present and need to continue homework including techniques to keep suffering under managable levels.

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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2016, 11:26:37 PM »
Well I had a pretty nice reply and than my phone turned off so here's a short version.

My POIS is still good and can still O freely, again I still try just for the weekends because it does give me more energy when I restrain (practical for all men probably).  I don't take any supplements only one probiotic pill a week for gut health (my personal POIS theory).  Yes haha I'm sorry skittles I can't have because of some additive... And it's not sugar related.  I can have spoonfuls of honey and feel fine, than one mini bag of skittles and feel bad and its very noticeable.  But that's my POIS diet and ppl may react differently. 

Again, I may have some celiac related...gluten intolerance related problem at the core of it all.

Im hoping my pois is all diet related and maybe itll get to a point where i can reintroduce foods, but I will remain on this diet forever if i have to.  One question id like to know is if there is something else going on causing me to react to foods like this...but ill try not to worry about it since worrying isnt too healthy. And ty for the compliments you also.  GL less fogged, Prancer and others.  I will do a mini update of my diet now.
« Last Edit: March 27, 2016, 11:47:05 PM by Going less Crazy »
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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2016, 10:50:04 AM »
After 3 years of a continuing focus on nutritional approaches, aligned with healthy lifestyle (exercise, alcohol avoidance etc), I can say while this has helped me to feel healthier outside of a 3 day POIS cycle, I couldn't say it has had a dramatic effect for me when in a POIS cycle, which I happen to be now. Just ride it out, if that isn't an oxymoron !!!

Avoidance still the most helpful approach for me, but obvious downsides to that of course.

Regards,
Colm
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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2016, 04:10:00 PM »
Thanks for your input GLC

for me, eggs are OK. actually eggs (only boiled) seem to helpful.

Here is my diet list that may be helpful in speeding up recovery of POIS
1- Olive oil (I can confirm it helps, it reduces irritablity)
2- Tuna
3- Vegetables
4- Slightly sweet fruits like apples.
5- Boiled eggs
6- cinnamon drink
POIS is my worst enemy

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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #6 on: April 02, 2016, 12:00:19 AM »
Interesting.  I didn't know eggs were a problem for me until I took them out of my diet and felt much better.  I was probably eating 3 eggs a day for 6 months before I found that out.
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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #7 on: April 06, 2016, 01:05:38 AM »
I figure as long as I can eat nutella, waffles with a lot of syrup/butter and the occasional bacon strip, I'll be good. (Assuming diet does play a role)
Symptoms (mostly cognitive): brain fog/difficulty thinking, lack of motivation, fatigue, trouble finding the right words, racing thoughts, possible OCD, anxiety, social withdrawal, extreme frustration and irritability, general discomfort.

Born in 1989, and symptoms since I was 14.

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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #8 on: April 06, 2016, 10:54:48 AM »
Thanks for your input GLC

for me, eggs are OK. actually eggs (only boiled) seem to helpful.

Here is my diet list that may be helpful in speeding up recovery of POIS
1- Olive oil (I can confirm it helps, it reduces irritablity)
2- Tuna
3- Vegetables
4- Slightly sweet fruits like apples.
5- Boiled eggs
6- cinnamon drink

How do you incorporate the olive oil to relieve irritability? Cook with it?

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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #9 on: April 06, 2016, 10:59:55 PM »
You can just drink a tablespoon or so with water or something.  I also add it to my chickpea pasta.

Prancer that sounds good.  I mean I was eating crap for years though still with pois but never associated it with pois.  So really you just need to eliminate a lot of stuff in your diet for a few weeks and see if you improve.  If not, diet probably doesn't play a role in your pois. But I eliminated things than reintroduced them and noticed mild gut pain right away along with the usual brain fog.

My diet should be somewhat of a guide.  Just tested Bananas (was skeptical) and I cant have them...very very bad brain fog.  I knew I might have had a problem with them before.  But you may tolerate them fine, again, assuming diet is an answer.

So my diet might serve as a template for your own if you choose to go this route.  But our sensitivities.may very.  But I finally found some true relief.

Gl

-GLC
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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #10 on: April 07, 2016, 02:44:36 PM »
When it comes to diet I think its also not only "WHAT" you eat but also "WHEN" and "HOW MUCH".
 
Especially after O, feelings of hunger often trigger for many of us (reported in previous posts). This causes tendency to eat more than usual. Several also reported to easily loose weight in days after O this increases tendency even further to eat larger food volume especially after O.
 
Typical example when you con yourself: have extra large portion of fatty foods like unhealthy french fries with mayo for evening meal (stomach will be nice and full); note that this is going to be a big job for digestion. Within next hour or 2 you have O. Most Poisers will have worsening difficulty to fall asleep due to this combination of bad food and O. Our bodies basically does not seem to cope with this situation. So if you would have had that same food rather for lunch time you would have less difficulty with falling asleep.  It's basically simillar as when going to bed while you have too much on your mind or are full of stress.

Being carefull of what, when and how much only reduces some of my suffering and so does not cure my POIS.

This type of bad fatty food can also be associated as inflamotory food.

It's always important to concentrate on program oneself to sleep as well as possible though I know it's not always easy.

Sometimes during POIS some of us sleep ok so there must be something behind this and this could partly explain it....

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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #11 on: April 07, 2016, 02:58:57 PM »
How do you incorporate the olive oil to relieve irritability? Cook with it?

You can just drink a tablespoon or so with water or something.

Tip: dont drink cold water after consuming oil; it hardens it inside digestion tract

I prefer cooking with coconut oil
and rather pour cold olive oil over food thereafter (not sure if true but heard cooked olive oil can contribute to cancer)

I managed to find avocado oil; apparently good for people with autoimmune issues.....will try it out soon

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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #12 on: April 07, 2016, 03:10:56 PM »
After 3 years of a continuing focus on nutritional approaches, aligned with healthy lifestyle (exercise, alcohol avoidance etc), I can say while this has helped me to feel healthier outside of a 3 day POIS cycle, I couldn't say it has had a dramatic effect for me when in a POIS cycle, which I happen to be now. Just ride it out, if that isn't an oxymoron !!!

Avoidance still the most helpful approach for me, but obvious downsides to that of course.

Regards,
Colm

I agree; avoidance is also my best remedie while it lasts and when possible. lol

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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #13 on: April 07, 2016, 10:18:34 PM »
Well, I mean I can still O whenever.  I feel like many of you may have at least one thing in your diet causing some sort of inflammation, whether you notice it after eating or not.  If you go this route ID recommend a leaky gut diet, like mine above.  Eggs, dairy, other additives are known causes of inflammation... Again, whether you notice it or not... If you take it out of your diet, you may and I hope that you feel better.

My 24/7 fog went away on this diet.  Before I felt fine eating eggs and it produced no immediate effect after consuming them, it wasn't until I started my diet and removed that and dairy that I found true relief from the fog and pois (grains removed obviously).  However our poises could be different.

I don't want to tell people to do this in order not to violate "rules" or whatever (For me which is not a concern, the internet is filled with all types of crap and you really have to be your own person and use your own judgement).  But if a poiser perhaps has used this diet above, maybe tweeked with there own sensitivities, i'd really like to know about its effect on there pois.  One week.
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Re: Diet that CURED my POIS!
« Reply #14 on: April 08, 2016, 12:08:33 AM »
Over the next several weeks or months I'll be experimenting with different foods just to see if there's anything specific that irritates me (causes or worsens symptoms). Glad you're finally feeling better after all these years. Now you should celebrate, but don't eat those things that bother you. Hopefully you'll remain symptom free GLC, thanks, gl and congrats. Now go have a nice big bowl of Manhattan clam chowder soup! :)
Symptoms (mostly cognitive): brain fog/difficulty thinking, lack of motivation, fatigue, trouble finding the right words, racing thoughts, possible OCD, anxiety, social withdrawal, extreme frustration and irritability, general discomfort.

Born in 1989, and symptoms since I was 14.