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Labyrinth

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retractable pois
« on: July 08, 2015, 08:46:09 AM »
do any one has constant pois feeling . all the time i mean with morning depression retractable to any supplements .with constant f3eling of head discomfort pls give me ur advice cuz suuplements failed and nothing is really helping !!!
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Macster

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Re: retractable pois
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2015, 11:58:24 AM »
Are these residual symptoms? Has it been a while you are abstinent? If so I know that certain foods affect me (milk, stimulants like coffee and tea, alcohol, possibly gluten). If you have the chance you can try celexa, an SSRI. It helps me get back to my senses when I get severely lost in my thoughts and depressed. Also I've recently started using Mood Support from NOW foods (5-HTP, St-John's Wort, B-Complex, Taurine, GABA among others)
Symptoms since I'm 15 y o, hair loss, muscle twitches, brain fog, anxiety, low confidence, stuffy nose, itchy eyes and skin, sensitive to temperature change, loud heartbeat. I currently use 5-htp and SAM-e.

Labyrinth

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Re: retractable pois
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2015, 12:02:51 PM »
but u know if i take vitamin b complex i become restless i5 exites me to the max . and i have sensitivity to serotonin
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Nightingale

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Re: retractable pois
« Reply #3 on: July 08, 2015, 02:00:42 PM »
1) How often are you having orgasms?
2) You probably have COMT gene mutations and maybe even MAO A mutation, like me. I don't tolerate specific B vitamins well at all. This will lead to high levels of excitatory neurotransmitters (dopamine, norepinephrine). You can learn more about this if you get your genes sequenced (23andme.com) and learn more about methylation (here is a little bit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3kY0g-Mcrg) I recommend stopping them completely because of their impact on your mental health.
3) I am also guessing you are very sensitive to supplements, medications, etc.? Next time you try something, do it in tiny amounts compared to everyone else. I had to learn this the HARD WAY.
4) What do you do for fun? Do you exercise? What do you like that is relaxing to you?
Turmeric and Rosemary 30-45 minutes before orgasm for anti-inflammatory and immune support has helped me a lot. Faster and easier than niacin approach.

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Re: retractable pois
« Reply #4 on: July 08, 2015, 04:54:54 PM »
I completely agree with point 3. I take ridiculously small doses or else my mind and body go haywire. When I take celexa I simply break a 1 mm radius piece off of the pill and its enough. More than that the side effects get overwhelming..
Symptoms since I'm 15 y o, hair loss, muscle twitches, brain fog, anxiety, low confidence, stuffy nose, itchy eyes and skin, sensitive to temperature change, loud heartbeat. I currently use 5-htp and SAM-e.

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Re: retractable pois
« Reply #5 on: July 09, 2015, 03:42:43 AM »
it has been 2 wks without orgasms now . and i go for runing running always make me feel better but only temporary and next day post running my system is down and depressed
 
i have sensitivity to animal meat . i like tha fact about comt and mao as it is a scientific explanation but infact i am feeling depressed with it
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Re: retractable pois
« Reply #6 on: July 09, 2015, 11:49:03 AM »
it has been 2 wks without orgasms now . and i go for runing running always make me feel better but only temporary and next day post running my system is down and depressed
 
i have sensitivity to animal meat . i like tha fact about comt and mao as it is a scientific explanation but infact i am feeling depressed with it

Hi Labyrinth,

First of all, you DON'T KNOW if you have mutations on the two genes mentioned by Nightingale.

Second, just because a mutation is found on a gene, it does not mean that a person will be affected. There are all sorts of types of mutations, and many do not affect the person.

Last but not least, all of us have gene mutations. To answer the question of whether the mutation will affect us or our offspring, a geneticist must be consulted. It's not advisable to self-diagnose, based on a report from 23 & Me (or similar companies).

So, Labyrinth, there's no reason to be depressed re: you're possibly having a particular gene defect, unless a physician advises you that you've got something serious to worry about.

Stef