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Dopaminergic meds

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Has anyone ever experienced a symptom reduction or feeling more "normal" on stimulants like Adderal or other dopaminergic drugs?

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L-Tyrosine makes me feel more focussed, makes me think less about DP/DR and works against depression. However it is stimulating so I take some L-Theanine with it. 

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Personally I experienced tremendous, almost 100%, relief from opiates. But this is not a viable option as it can quickly lead to an unsustainable and unmanageable addiction. 

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Yeah, there's a handful of posts on this site where people seem to find significant relief with opioids but as is mentioned above this comes with all sorts of additional health concerns. Perhaps they could offer some form of temporary relief for people who are really struggling. 

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I considered trying Kratom but I am not sure because someone on this site told how Kratom made his symptoms skyrocket long-term. Maybe it was laced with something else, dunno.

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On July 28, 2017 at 8:45 AM, fruitgun said:

I considered trying Kratom but I am not sure because someone on this site told how Kratom made his symptoms skyrocket long-term. Maybe it was laced with something else, dunno.

I take Kratom a few times a week. It helps me and is not as extreme as true opiates although it has some activity at specific opioid receptors. 

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On 7/21/2017 at 1:25 PM, shaolinbomber said:

Personally I experienced tremendous, almost 100%, relief from opiates. But this is not a viable option as it can quickly lead to an unsustainable and unmanageable addiction. 

I find this REALLY fascinating since keppra does modulate opiate functioning.

 

"These results show that levetiracetam produced antihyperalgesia which is at least in part mediated by GABAA, opioid, 5-HT and α2-adrenergic receptors, in an inflammatory model of pain." - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2989589/

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