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Help, my neurotransmitters are very low.

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS Discussion' started by amaru7, May 11, 2014.

  1. amaru7

    amaru7 Senior Member

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    Except preg these hormones were tested to be within range, whatever that means. Just igf-1 was very low which can be an indication of growth hormone deficiency. Other than that I experimented with increasing my thyroid hormones naturally, it did increase my energy a bit but when I reached a specific dosage, I experienced sides like heart palpitations and feeling of restlessness.

    Now what my main problem I think is the neurotransmitters that I want to address, but still haven't found a safe way. Only stimulants like mph and amphetamines, that are neurotoxic loon term amongst other risks.

    Still have to outweigh benefit risk ratio, won't be easy. Here some anecdotes from people using stims

    http://www.drugs.com/answers/cfs-is-there-a-legal-amphetamine-to-treat-chronic-350030.html

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