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Lessons from ME/CFS: Finding Meaning in the Suffering
If you're aware of my previous articles here at Phoenix Rising then it's pretty clear that I don't generally spend my time musing upon the philosophy of the disease. I find it better to spend my time reading research and trying my best to break it down to its core elements and write...
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article on neurotransmitters

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Jody, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. Jody

    Jody Senior Member

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    Kim told me I should post all my empowher articles since they all have to do with brain and nerves and could be relevant to people here. I already post all my cfs articles, and I've also started posting the ones on autism and aspergers as I know that some of you deal with these in your families.

    This one is The Role of Neurotransmitters in Dementia

    And no, I'm not insinuating that anybody here is demented. :D But it can be applied to alot of types of brain dysfunction which let's face it ... isn't unknown around here. :)
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    xchocoholic Senior Member

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    Jody,

    Interesting article. Aren't serotonin, norepinephrine and acetylcholine all from aminos ? I don't know what other nutrients need to be in place for our bodies to produce or utilize these though.

    I have a problem breaking proteins down to aminos so I wonder how many others do ....

    Just one more deranged PWC here ... :rolleyes:
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    Jody Senior Member

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    xchoc,

    I tried to do a little research on your question but got completely bogged down in it, as everything seemed to require more knowledge than I have.

    I'm pretty new to this area, and am learning as I go along. I suspect that you know more about it than I do. :)

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