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Smart Drugs (nootropics)

Vasopressin

Vasopressin is another smart-drug. The original purpose of this drug was used to combat the frequent urination and extreme thirst that occurs in those who suffer from diabetes. The main ingredient is a peptide hormone found normally in the brain. Its unapproved uses also work with individuals suffer from narcotic induced mental difficulties as well as a treatment for amnesia. It affects short-term memory in the user as well as with memory imprints after an event has recalled. It is now available in synthetic form called Desmopressin and marketed under the trade names of Desmospray and Minurin. A nasal inhaler usually in the form of two puffs taken by the user administers it. It can work almost instantaneously, but is usually taken approximately fifteen minutes before the needed time of concentration or memory.

Side effects for Vasopressin include nausea and headaches. Those who suffer from cardiovascular problems must take care with this drug. Large amounts of liquids taken in can dilute the salt level in the body as the drug reduces urination as it was originally intended.


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

>>>IT IS CRITICAL that all of the major neurotransmitters be present daily and in sufficient amounts in order for the brain to be chemically balanced. When there are insufficient amounts of one or more of these it upsets the ratio and symptoms are experienced.

TT
How does one even know that there is an imbalance? So many physicians today are quick to hand out prescriptions as a cure for some problem when in reality they could be aggravating it by creating an imbalance that didn’t exist in the first place. I mean like besides obvious symptoms of depression, is there like a special test to determine your levels of neurotransmitters, chemicals, hormones and whatnot and if the levels are found to be normal, is the cause then determined to be psychological i.e non-chemical in nature?


If you knew you could not fail...what would you attempt to do? Female Foot Fetish Current Stats: 5/4/10 8.5BPx6.0, 7.5NBP Achieved Goal and have been on maintenance program since

2006.

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TT
How does one even know that there is an imbalance? So many physicians today are quick to hand out prescriptions as a cure for some problem when in reality they could be aggravating it by creating an imbalance that didn’t exist in the first place. I mean like besides obvious symptoms of depression, is there like a special test to determine your levels of neurotransmitters, chemicals, hormones and whatnot and if the levels are found to be normal, is the cause then determined to be psychological i.e non-chemical in nature? [/B]

Ok, let me see how well I can answer this for you.

There are some tests that can measure seratonion in the blood. There is an acceptable range of what the medical establishment views as normal. Here is a few links that describe this test.

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/…icle/003562.htm

http://www.druginfonet.com/index.ph…aq/faqserat.htm

For Dopamine, there is a gradual drop of receptors in your head as you get older. I think the figure explained to me is that by age 30 you experience a 13% drop from when you had your best scores. As we get older it dries up more and more. So if you lived to be 120, your virtually marked to get Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s Disease. I guess it is the joys of being a carbon based life form.


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

Another really nice primer for the background needed in this discussion. Has a boatload of good links for you to peek through.

http://web.sfn.org/content/Publications/BrainBriefings/


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

The folks who published Mondo 2000 magazine (back when it was still in print) used to love to talk about nootropics. There was one in particular called piracetam that was supposedly a big hit in parts of europe, and very safe.

If you can dig up a copy of their ‘Users guide to the new edge’ … http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/t…=books&n=507846
… you might find it amusing. It’s a ten year old look at what they thought now would be like. Other than nootropics, they talk a lot about new media. (Touching on the internet, which was still quite new to most people back then. The web was barely a pipe dream if that at the time.)

Also check out: http://www.ceri.com/

The Cognitive Enhancement Research Institute.

http://www.primaryprevention.com/addiction.html

There is a test for low Serotonin by answer a habit/lifestyle key.

To see if you may have low serotonin you are invited to take the following test. NASH SEROTONERGIC INDEX © 1995
1. Do you usually skip breakfast? Yes_____ No_____
2. Are you refreshed upon awakening from sleep in the morning? Yes_____No_____
3. Do you have outbursts of anger for no apparent reason? Yes_____No_____
4. Were your parents and/or grandparents heavy or daily users of alcohol or cigarettes? Yes_____ No_____
5. Do you have difficulty sleeping? Yes_____ No_____
6. Are you or your parents work-aholics? Yes_____ No_____
7. Do you prefer to be in control of most situations? Yes_____ No_____
8. Do you have morning stiffness if you don’t sleep under more than one blanket at night? Yes_____ No_____
9. Does noise bother you? Yes_____ No_____
10. Do you feel really good about doing well in school, sports or your job? Yes_____ No_____
11. Do you eat before going to bed? Yes_____ No_____
12. Do you bite your fingernails? Yes_____ No_____
13. Are you a long distance runner or walker or do you do aerobic exercise regularly? Yes_____ No_____

The more yes answers you have, the more likely it is that you have low serotonin which could explain obsessive compulsive addictive behaviors. If you use your low serotonin for school, work or religion you get gold stars in our society. If you tire of these and switch to TV viewing, exercise, shopping or computer addiction no one says anything because it’s good for the economy. However, if along your life’s path you experiment with what makes you feel good and relaxes you and find the thrill of gambling, sexual release, alcohol or drugs work, you could easily get into trouble. What separates the criminal from the successful individual is precious little, as both may have low serotonin.


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

Thanks for the reply and answers TT. Those were excellent links too.

1. Do you usually skip breakfast? Yes_____ No__x___
2. Are you refreshed upon awakening from sleep in the morning? Yes__x___No_____
3. Do you have outbursts of anger for no apparent reason? Yes_____No__x___
4. Were your parents and/or grandparents heavy or daily users of alcohol or cigarettes? Yes_____ No__x___
5. Do you have difficulty sleeping? Yes_____ No__x___
6. Are you or your parents work-aholics? Yes_____ No__x___
7. Do you prefer to be in control of most situations? Yes__x___ No_____
8. Do you have morning stiffness if you don’t sleep under more than one blanket at night? Yes_____ No__x___
9. Does noise bother you? Yes__x___ No_____
10. Do you feel really good about doing well in school, sports or your job? Yes__x___ No_____
11. Do you eat before going to bed? Yes_____ No__x___
12. Do you bite your fingernails? Yes_____ No__x___
13. Are you a long distance runner or walker or do you do aerobic exercise regularly? Yes__x___ No_____

I had 5 yes answers I suppose Im border line or something. I think the next time I go for a checkup I’ll ask the Doc about the test for Serotonin levels.


If you knew you could not fail...what would you attempt to do? Female Foot Fetish Current Stats: 5/4/10 8.5BPx6.0, 7.5NBP Achieved Goal and have been on maintenance program since

2006.

It is just a test

Please don’t think your destined for craziness from the result of one internet test. Good God! Look at Secjay, they still let him walk around down there?;)

Here are some more links for all kinds of crazy shit that may be related. Some links are ok, some are bad. Some links from inside these links are even better.

http://www.uwsp.edu/psych/mp/tdrugs.htm#bio

http://www.thecore.nus.edu.sg/lando…/addiction.html

http://www.a1b2c3.com/drugs/pictures/add02.htm

http://www.viterbo.edu/personalpage…an/p330_lks.htm

http://www.damicon.fi/sd/nootropics.html

http://nootropics.com/sources.html

http://www.fiu.edu/~mizrachs/nootropics.html

http://www.biopsychiatry.com/refs/

http://www.viterbo.edu/personalpage…31_noo&ster.htm

http://www.damicon.fi/sd/nootropics-misc.txt


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

Twatteaser,

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It also has an effect on those who have had a stroke or Bell’s palsy by stimulating the nerve growth factor.

Do you have any idea what effect this drug would have on a Bell’s palsy victim who had it years ago? I had it about 8 years ago, luckily I immediately saw an Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor who recognized it and sent me out fast for cortisone. The effects are not visible but I can feel them. I assumed that nerve damage was permanent. Not so?


"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious; It is the source of all true art and science. " Albert Einstein

Girth,

I really do wish I could say definitly yes or no for you. I can’t. I did this as a term paper on new areas of addiction in the future and got turned on to some of this. I really have not played with this stuff past 5-HTP and St John’s Wort.

I would research the shit out of via the net.


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

Bell's Palsy

Girth, let me hit you up with this link too.

http://www.lef.org/protocols/prtcl-118.shtml

Bell’s Recommended Products
ACETYL L CARNITINE 500 MG 100 CA…
METHYLCOBALAMIN 5MG 60 SUBLINGLO…



Bell’spalsy is a paralysis of the facial muscle, usually occurring on only one side of the face. Approximately one person in every 4000 contracts the disease in any given year. It is more common among diabetics with high blood pressure and among pregnant women in the last third of their pregnancy.

The facial nerve passes through a narrow channel of bone in the face, so when the nerve swells due to inflammation, the result may be nerve compression and degeneration. The resulting lack of nerve function mainly prevents facial movement, but salivation, tear production, and facial sensation may also be reduced.

Recovery from Bell’s palsy typically begins 3 weeks after onset of symptoms for 85% of patients, who fully recover within 6 months. About 5% experience permanent deformity. Younger patients have a better recovery rate than older ones. About 10% of patients will experience a recurrence of the disease at some time after recovery.

Traditionally, Bell’s palsy was defined as a facial paralysis of unknown cause, but that definition has become controversial. It is now widely believed that as many as 80% of the cases are due to herpes simplex virus, with the remainder largely due to infectious agents such as influenza virus, HIV, Lyme disease, herpes zoster, and tuberculosis. Facial paralysis can also be due to cancer or facial trauma (frequently seen in infants delivered by forceps).

There are two herpes simplex viruses which are similar in genetic composition, designated HSV1 (oral) and HSV2 (genital). In both diseases, the virus enters the body though a mucous membrane or skin abrasion and is transported to nerve cell bodies in nerve ganglia where it “hides.” Various stress conditions can cause the disease to manifest as cold sores (HSV1) or genital sores (HSV2). These stresses include menstruation, dental extraction, coldness, or exposure to other infectious agents, particularly upper respiratory tract infection—and these same stresses are associated with Bell’s palsy. The evidence has become strong that Bell’s palsy is usually the only manifestation of a herpes reactivation. In the great majority of cases, HSV1 is the causative agent, but there is a well-documented case of a 24-year-old man who developed paralysis on both sides of his face within 2 weeks of performing oral sex on a female partner who had active genital herpes blisters.

Therapy
In addition to the risk of permanent nerve damage, Bell’s palsy patients can experience serious eye damage. Use of artificial tears, ophthalmic ointments, and protective goggles may be required under the guidance of a physician. In some cases, physical therapy is required to strengthen facial muscles.

In most clinical trials, the proven therapies for speeding recovery and reducing the risk of permanent damage have been combinations of the anti-inflammatory drug prednisone (steroid) with the herpes-suppressive drug Acyclovir (Billue 1997; Roob et al. 1999; Schmutzhard 2001). In one clinical trial (not including Acyclovir), intramuscular injections of 500 mcg of the methylcobalamin form of vitamin B12 3 times weekly resulted in faster recovery than treatment with the steroid.

In another study by Jalaludin (1995), 60 people with Bell’s palsy were divided into three groups. The first group was given standard steroid therapy. The second was given methylcobalamin plus steroid. The third was given methylcobalamin alone. It took 2-9 weeks for the drug group to recover. The groups given methylcobalamin recovered much quicker, some within days. The group given methylcobalamin alone recovered the quickest.

The value of methylcobalamin for Bell’s palsy is supported by the fact that methylcobalamin is also used in therapy for diabetic neuropathy and a number of other neurological diseases (Anon. 1998). Methylcobalamin is known to promote synthesis of DNA and myelin proteins, facilitate regeneration of crushed nerves in animal experiments, and protect cultured neurons from glutamate toxicity. Methylcobalamin can be taken as sublingual tablets in the dose of 40 mg a day or by intramuscular injection (500 mcg 3 times a week) administered by a physician.

Another clinical trial has shown that 1 gram 3 times daily of acetyl-L-carnitine in combination with steroid resulted in earlier functional improvement in Bell’s palsy over steroid alone. Although this experiment has not yet been repeated by other researchers, acetyl-L-carnitine has also been shown to promote nerve regeneration in animal experiments, to improve nerve function in diabetic neuropathy, and to be of proven value in a number of other neurological diseases.

SUMMARY

Eye protection as directed by a physician.
Steroid and/or antiviral (such as Acyclovir) or other appropriate treatment if another infectious organism has been demonstrated.
Physical therapy if advised by a physician.
Methylcobalamin, 500 mcg 3 times weekly by intramuscular injection by a physician. Alternatively, the Life Extension Foundation provides 5 mg sublingual lozenges which bypass digestion. Suggested dose is 40-80 mg daily until symptoms subside.
Acetyl-L-carnitine, 1 gram 3 times daily.


“You see, I don’t want to do good things, I want to do great things.” ~Alexander Joseph Luthor

I know Lewd Ferrigno personally.

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I think by being around guys like Secay and TT might raise all of our IQ points some. :)

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So many funny ass threads happening!
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No idea how much that made me laugh teehee heehee :)

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