Has anyone reduced their dosage of venlafaxine / effexor? I have decreases from 150mg to 75mg. What type of symptoms should I expect?
[ b]Hi, has anyone personally experienced or know someone who has reduced their dosage of venlafaxine / Effexor ( SNRIs- serotonin and norepi...
Would love to hear reviews about anyone who has taken Cymbalta/Duloxetine, SNRI, that works on both seratonin and norepinephrine for anxiety ...
Research finds Taurine to be neuroprotective in a Parkinson's disease mouse model
Frank Church has done a blog post on some recent Chinese research into the neuroprotective properties of Taurine, using a mouse model of Park...
Mucuna Pruriens as a dopamine agonist and Aspartame
A few things I have read - I wonder if people have noticed a difference taking aspartame out of their diet and adding Mucuna Prurients. I per...
PD, autonomic, norepinephrine, heart
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articl... Background Patients with Parkinson disease ( PD ) often have manifestations of autonomi...
Selegiline and the CHEESE REACTION
I've been taking Selegiline for the past two months and have had halfway decent results with it. Not great but slight improvement all around....
I did a DNA test for my PD dad back in February ( around the time he had worsening dementia ) and got the results back recently....
ow do you find your search and the trial and error for the right meds?
How do you find your search and the trial and error for the right meds? Figuring the right type of medications and then the right brand 1 ) M...
My subtype : Postprandial and orthostatic hypotension in Parkinson's disease. 1987
A significant relationship was found in the PD group between the degree of postprandial hypotension and the 24-hour mean value of dopamine ex...
Found this article on healthy eating forum so thought I would pass it on
This article (" What Happens if You Eat Raw Onions Every Day "), was published originally on the FoodPrevent.com website. The article explain...
Acetylcholine Deficiency plays a big role in why people with ADHD have multiple troubling symptoms/tendencies.
As if lacking Dopamine, Serotonin, Norepinephrine, GABA etc. was not enough?...
I wonder if this works?!
parasym.co/tVNS-deactivates... New Research Shows tVNS deactivates Tinnitus related brain regions From...
New to venlafaxine
I was on sertraline for 5 months but did not do much so a pyschartrist recommend i should be on venlafaxine, anyway I did the switch a week a...
Clorgyline & MAOA
New paper below [ 1 ]. Why read further?...
In Focus: Menopause - Non-hormonal medication
Surgical menopause symptoms can be more severe than natural menopause. You may also find that even if you have gone through natural menopause...
Stress and anxiety in Parkinson's - my 2 pennies worth
In response to a spam post about stress causing Parkinson's I started this answer which became too long winded as a response. I don't think s...
New study below [ 1 ]. Don't be turned off by the title....
B VITAMINS ARE VITAL. I did not recover from Hashi's til I took individual B vitamins
DO YOU REALLY NEED ALL 8 B VITAMINS? Most medical students are taught that people do not need vitamins and supplements....
Neurotransmitter-nutrient relationship (from Dr. Walsh's book "Nutrient Power: heal you biochemistry, heal your brain")
On p. 151 there is a table which lists 5 neurotransmitters ( serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine, NMDA, GABA ) and nutrients affecting them -...
Here is a new supplement which has most of everything that isn’t a vitamin or mineral in it. Expensive but maybe convenient if you want to tr...
Partner with us
Start a Community