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  1. Hello.. What dosage did you first start seeing side effects on Zyprexa? Im trying to get as few side effects as possible.The lowest is like 2.5mg right? Is anyone on 2.5mg of zyprexa with benefits?
  2. no am not. whats so hard to understand about senseitive serotonin receptors that dont get disentized? It cleary said that on the multipel sites I used and I believe that more than I believe someone like you who keeps repeating the same shit and dont know what to say.
  3. No because my serotonin receptors are also Sensitive which it said too . So serotonin always have a big effect on me it doesent get disentizied .. So you can imagine how I feel.......... With the slow SERT and sensitive receptors....... Thats why Im unsure if these SERT activators will work because I will still have sensitive serotonin receptors.. Thats why I was thinking of taking an anti-pshyotic too they usually block many serotonin receptors like Zyprexa.. So Sert activators + an antiypshyotic
  4. No wonder you are on vyvanse . Doesn't seem to be helping your intelligence.
  5. you can use 23andme and download your data and you can upload the data to different sites and these sites can use the data from 23andme and look trough it and find different genetic mutations you have. Slow SERT(serotonin transporter) means I have more serotonin activity in my brain. This means my serotonin receptors which control my mood are overactive and lead to anxiety issues. Normal SERT means you dont have too much serotonin and your serotonin receptors are normal not too much activity or too little. here is a good picture Slow Serotonin reuptake port (serotonin transporter) means there will be more serotonin in the synapse and the serotonin there will activate the serotonin receptors more frequently. but normal or fast SERT means it will remove the serotonin from the synapse quicker to be used later on or broken down by the MAO-A .So there wont be too much serotonin receptor activity. There are serotonin receptors all over the amygdala and if your SERT is slow it will lead to too much serotonin receptors being activated and this will lead to overactive amygdala and thus you are in a more anxiety state. But if your SERT is fast it will not activate the serotonin receptors as much because the Serotonin transporter is removing the serotonin from the synapse more frequently to be used later or Broken down by the MAO-
  6. So most of you probably dont remember me but I made a post a few months back about high serotonin here and I got a lot of backlash for it.. everyone was saying I was craazy... no such thing as high serotonin.... but no they were wrong I have the last laugh. I did a genetic test on multipel sites and I have a rare genetic mutation which makes me have an less active serotonin transporter and sensetive serotonin receptors. IE this means I will have more active serotonin in my brain/synapses and the sensitive serotonin receptor means that serotonin will always have an bigger effect on me because they dont get also disentizised. So if you have a lot of serotonin in the synaptic cleft (where serotonin is active and binds to serotonin receptors) it will make them be activated a lot more and plus me also having sensetive serotonin receptors so the effect doubles... There are serotonin receptors all over your brain but most importantly the Amygdala and other fear regions. So if you have too much serotonin you will have too much serotonin receptor activity which will lead to an overActive amygdala and the person will of course have more fear/anxiety. So SLOW serotonin transporter(me) = more serotonin and more prone to stress no matter what normal serotonin transpoter = prone to stress but not as much (this is the average person in the world) fast serotonin transporter= can handle stress very well So if my SERT is slow then I have to speed it up right... SO I did some digging and found this https://area1255.blogspot.se/2017/12/natural-herbal-sert-serotonin.html HERBS that activate and increase SERT expression.... very few things increase SERT im not even sure if there is any drug out there that does it so I got lucky that there are herbs that have been studied for its effects that has this effect. So now I order bacopa, berberine and forskolin to try and increase my SERT. so this will decrease serotonin and make it less active in the brain and synapses and lead to less serotonin receptor activity and calm my amygdala down............. and everything else.. the serotonin transporter is the biggest thing when it comes to how much prone you are to anxiety. So I have to speed my SERT but I also have to somehow block my serotonin receptors if I feel like it still doesent work (because remeber I have sensitive serotonin receptors that dont get disentisized ) and which I have came to the conclusion I will try an anti-pshyotic like zyprexa because they block a lot of serotonin receptors. But im not sure how much the sensitive receptors can affect a person if its a big deal .... so I guess I will try the sert Activators and find out if I still have anxiety.. So yeah everyone was saying I was wrong and I was crazy........... Because you cant compherhend it doesent mean im stupid or crazy. it felt like telling religious people god doesent exist they refuse to believe it no matter how many facts you show. thank you for reading.
  7. Social anxiety disorder linked to high serotonin levelshttps://jamanetwork.com/journals/jam...stract/2319710higher serotonin means lower dopamine.Blood samples from infants who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) had high levels of serotonin.http://neurosciencenews.com/serotonin-sids-7023/http://www.parentherald.com/articles...m-disorder.htm"...Another thing the study found out is the relationship of serotonin to ASD. The results show that about 30 percent of the total number of the correspondents, which are children having the disorder, have hyperserotonemia. When they have undergone tests, their blood exam showed they are positive to have an above normal level of serotonin. With the information gathered, Cascio and her group became certain of how hyperserotonemia affects people with ASD. And to know more about it, she said that the group is currently working to prove their hypothesis, which she believes will be a stable ground for future research."There's a theory about serotonin being boosted when the body is under stress because of an increase in an enzyme that turns tryptophan into serotonin.Injection of serotonin to rats decreased brain ATP levels. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7875554Of course I assume many of you have seen the articles on a few different sites about how high serotonin brain concentration have been linked to higher social anxiety.Antagonists of a certain serotonin receptor have been shown to reverse helpless behavior in mice. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1532555https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7991722decrease serotonin in our brain and have less social anxiety (good), less "learned helplessness" (good), and less inhibition (let's face it, for most of us that's good).Tryptophan, serotonin, and aginghttp://raypeat.com/articles/aging/tr...in-aging.shtmlSerotonin, depression, and aggression: The problem of brain energyhttp://raypeat.com/articles/articles...gression.shtmlI came across this study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5064914 If benzo work for anxiety by reducing serotonin why are we getting prescribed ssris?Serotonin may not be a major factor in depressionhttps://www.reddit.com/r/depression/...in_depression/Serotonin has a bunch of downstream effects in the brain. Serotonin decreases orexin.two TPH inhibitors I know of are : fenclonine & AGN-2979 are the only 2 drugs that deplet serotonin . Serotonin antagonists like cyproheptadine just block serotonin from having an effect it doesent actually reduce the levels of serotonin in the brain, so they dont work. So why do people still think serotonin is so good? why does everyone wanna raise it? I WANNA deplet mine... High serotonin is a curse.
  8. then remove your comment and all the other ones before that were off topic.
  9. I already told them. And if I dont wanna reveal any more info thats my choice. I didnt say all receptors I said the most.
  10. my dream Combo is Wellbutrin Abilify Risperdal Memantine OR Guanfacine (maybe both)
  11. Yes very. I have done a lot of reading and I belive I have some sort of mutation which my brain creates too much serotonin and it makes other parts of my brain run overtime . Like the amygdala, the 5ht2c receptor.. etc I belive this is the worst type of anxiety you can get. I honestly would rather have too much dopamine then serotonin. Yes I have very bad social anxiety its on another level then everyone else. My OCD is very bad too . The only thing serotonin is good for is to keep everything else balanced in the brain . But when your serotonin is soo much your other neurontransmitters go down . I only belive a tiny bit of serotonin is enough . Im my opinion it should my a lot lower than every other neurontransmitter. Well anyway anyone have any opinion on a med that blocks serotonin better than risperdal ? I see you tried zyprexa in the past it also blocks quite a few serotonin receptors.
  12. yes benzo do reduce serotonin. But I need something I can take everyday without tolerance and that makes more sense to take. Which is risperdal.
  13. I knew someone was gonna ask .. here are a few reasons http://www.uu.se/en/media/news/article/?id=4918 https://selfhacked.com/blog/5-ht2c/ I have done tons of research on Serotonin and I have came to the conclusion that its bad especially in high amounts in the brain. You can think what you want but this is just my opinion. Just looking for a drug that can block the most serotonin in the brain.
  14. At the moment the best one I know of is Risperidone that I know of that blocks most Serotonin receptors. Is risperidone the best one or is there a better one I dont know of? If you look at the Pharmacology of Risperdal you can see its an antagonist on many if not all serotonin receptors. Any help is appericated as I am new to this stuff myself so I dont know 100% about these stuff. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Risperidone
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