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Acetylcholine suppresses the spread of excitation in the visual cortex revealed by optical recording: possible differential effect depending on the so

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Keppra is a racitam, so works with acetylcholine.  Some HPPDers report it helping.  For myself, it helps DR some ... and so do other anticholinergics I've tried.

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Thanks Visual.  I did not know you posted that previousely.  What is there available to boost acetocholine?

 

Keppra was not tolerable for me and many others, mostly seen on discussions from the previous board.

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That's a great diagram! And just by looking at it I can see that my glutamate and serotonin receptors might be completely fuked :(

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Good chart.  Just as some info.  A few years ago the neurologist I was seeing had talked to Dr. Abraham about HPPD.  Dt. Abraham had mentioned that anything that increases norepinephrine will increase HPPD symptoms.   As we know everyone is different.

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