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I have been looking up the effects of natural anti depressants also the benefits of 5 Htp and L Tyrosine to help me feel normal again or at least be able to function, get out of bed and go to work. I believe that the L Tyrosine would be better as phet users need dopamine rather than serotonine is this true? Any other advice support, remedies would be much appreciated.
Your heart is not designed to be pushed by chemical substances, whether they are amphetamines (legal, I realize), cocaine (illicit use or abuse of medical grade cocaine used as a local anesthetic), caffeine, energy drinks, or otherwise. The use of your medications, as prescribed, has relatively predictable side effects, the use of more than directed is never to be done. In addition, combining Adderall and/or Vyvanse with caffeine and/or energy drinks should not be done.
You must also consider daily exercise ( even a 30 min walk can do it ) to promote good hormones balance and the releases of critical hormones for healthy mental and physical well being. You mentioned that you like the drugs, start to like the natural drugs that are essential for well being and by natural drugs i mean vitamins supplements.
I hate to tell you this, but my best guess is that your symptoms could be associated with the long term ephredine use. Even the natural herb ephedra is an amphetamine, and all long term use of amphetamines can cause major side effects and symptoms, some of which fit the list you describe. Here at the psychiatry clinic I work at, we see people coming in with these kinds of effects after using speed for too long. I don't know for sure if this is the case, but it is possible.
I just ordered "Serenity," an all natural anti-depressant and anti-anxiety supplement. Do these really work? Is there anything in any of them I should be worried about? I have heard of Amoryn as well, I am going to give them a try because I have GAD, and my anxiety is now developing into obsessive thoughts and mild to moderate depression, but I do not want to go on any prescription medication. I would love to hear what anyone has to say about this, thanks.
I have two sons with ADHD. The 'upper meds' 'boots' is talking about are the ones the are in the amphetamine class...extremely addictive, if abused. Ritilan, Adderal, Focalin, Daytrana are a few more in that class. He/she also added that they are an recovering addict, so I assume that they have abused, or are afraid that they will abuse these meds. Boots: I know of one that isn't an 'upper'. It's called 'Concerta'.
hai: The best and natural anti-dippresant is Banana ,consume it daily .
Dear lawgirl800, All your friends and family are right! Your body is probably at its natural weight range. Whenever, anyone tries to push below where their body naturally goes they have to go to extreme measures to lose the weight and keep it off. If modeling means you have to drop weight, lose the modeling! Dinintel is likened to an amphetamine. My understanding is that it is not available in the U.S. It is available in France, Argentina, Spain and Mexico.
phenrgan helps nausea, anxiety and sleep...tyrosine is not usually started til the 3 day ofr so if u r anxious..almost like a natural amphetamine and will get u moving! along with ur exercise routine u have started by now even a light one.....5htp is safe 3 x a day at 100 mg...once a day if u r on an SSRI like lexapro, paxil, prozac, celexa etc i take 5htp at night along with 800 mg of magnesium and calcium/helps the rls and sleep....gaba also helps sleep..
Congrats on night 4!!! I know nothing about amphetamine wd, but I am approaching day 4 of suboxone wd as we speak and it is starting to become not so pleasant. Tonight was a really hard night for me as well.... we just need to hang in there. Look at all the posts that keep saying that things will get better.
I have a question. After my last post, entitled "Speed," wherein I said something to the effect that Amphetamines are THE DEVIL and should be avoided, and then madame dyblue joined the thread, turning the discussion onto a very interesting and troubling topic, that of children being prescribed amphetamines and ritalin for vaguely defined mental "maladies," basically akin to perfectly natural hyperactiveness and excitedness, which I think is a tragedy.
I have to get off the medications, but I need something to help with the focus problems when I do. Some non-prescription, natural alternative. Every psychiatrist I ask and tell them I'm addicted to the stimulant medications just try to give me a different prescription that is still a psychostimulant drug (Methylphenidate or Amphetamine). Can someone give me some helpful advice. More than: "You're addicted," "Seek help from a physician," "Ask your psychiatrist.
I think the Parnate works for you because it a very different drug which combine phenethylamine and amphetamine. Those are stimulatants with mood enhancing proprieties due to huge release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. You could switch back to Klonopin which is the first choice for long-term benzo since you are now a potent stumulant. You have many options here tho.
Do you have AD/HD or some other disorder or are you really getting this speed to help you with your fatigue? Amphetamines can be very dangerous, also I don't think they are "liver friendly" at all. I suggest you take some Amino Acids, there's a truckload available that you can Google.
Funny to me that the medical community endorses using a product (natural or not) then whe. Someone comes out against it, the medical community goes into a panic. Melatonin is a natural substance our brain produces to help us rest so we can sleep. It should be taken to induce a natural sleep cycle. I've seen them in 3 and 5 mg. I wouldn't suggest taking in night because it would make sense it would trigger your sleep pattern and could prevent you from getting back to normal...
I read a little bit about it as I have never heard of it, and read that it is a stimulant. I suspected it was a stimulant- and kind of figure it was an amphetamine. Found out that it is not an amphetamine at all- and read that it "has a very low chance of becoming habit forming'. I found alot of positive stuff about it, but also alot of inconclusive stuff as well.
Phentermine is an amphetamine, its effects are similar to a methamphetamine or crystal meth user. The headaches, sleeplessness and jittery feelings are all side effects of amphetamine use. If you are still eating after taking phentermine, you might as well stop using. The only purpose this drug has is to cut your appetite, and it is not worth the risk to your kidneys and central nervous system to take it and you are not losing weight.
It is a central nervous system stimulant that has a mild impact. It's effect is similar to an amphetamine, but it is not such a drug. The term DMAE is actually an abbreviation for dimethylaminoethanol, a naturally occurring chemical produced by the human brain. It is a choline molecule that has one methyl group missing from the nitrogen, and it may be for this reason that it can cross the blood-brain barrier more easily than choline.
We all know that caffeine is a mild stimulant found in chocolate, soda's and coffee. Although these are mild stimulants it still affects the way our brain works. The stronger stimulants are the one's that we abuse most. COCAINE--Made from the leaf of the cocoa plant, this drug often comes in the form of white powder that some of us inhale or inject. CRACK--A form of cocaine that can be smoked.
There are many natural herbs and products that act as stimulants and some that act as sedatives...this is nothing new. Most of the are entirely safe with some have a few safe guards. But if a test shows + for a prescription or ilegal drug, then that is different than results indicating an "unknown" substance which means it is not even testing for an unlisted chemical. In other words, if you get caught...
There is no magic pill or magic natural remedy. The natural approach is difficult and time consuming, and requires a combination of remedies that require trial and error to find something that works, and even then nothing might work. Just as with medication. The only "cure" is through therapy, but that also takes a lot of trial and error before finding the right therapist, and all of this requires a commitment on your part to do a lot of difficult work.
CBT will be able to help you with redirecting your thinking and help you have a more positive view of yourself. The amino acid L-Phenylananine has helped many with amphetamine recovery. Personally, I would try some other nutritional options, before jumping straight the AD's or SSRI's. I don't know you or your doctor though, but drugs usually attack the symptoms, not the problem.
The first hepatology Consultant I saw (I was 60 at the time) told me there was no reason why I should not stay symptom free, and simply die of old age or natural causes. He said it happens a lot with people my age, with similar history. Also, after the first treatment there were no signs of fibrosis. My liver was in good condition. So now I'm going to let nature take its course. My last blood test came back undetectable. The Hep.
) Because of these side effects, many patients have turned to natural treatments such as amino acid supplementation and herbal phytomedicines as an aid in treating mild depression. Popular choices include 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP), SAM-e, St. John's Wort, Kava kava and Ginkgo Biloba. Researchers continue to study the benefits of these products and suggest that natural alternatives may provide fewer or less severe side effects than most conventional antidepressants drugs.
Well, loratab is a narcotic, has an opiate base. Focalin is an amphetamine. Which for some reason, acts to "calm" children. Guess kids are different creatures from us "human" adults afterall! :) So you're taking two different drugs, but getting the same result. Both are habit forming, but I won't speak on the focalin and your son, as I'm pretty ignorant of children's pharmacology in this respect. the loratab is a problem, though. You probably do have an addiction now.
I read this forum alot but am not an addict myself. My natural parents are so I like to read others experiences hoping to understand on a more emotional level to what they may be going through. Anyway, I wanted to answer your question because this is exactly what my mother used to do when she wanted to save money. She would get a script of an antihistimne either OTC or something that needs to be prescribed and take it with her pills because they can increase the effects.
That great feeling you get at first doesn't last long and your worse off than before. If its amphetamine, your appetite will soar when you quit taking it.Its a vicious merry-go-round. Ive been there.
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