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  1. That doesn't sound like a very good idea. In fact it might just give you PTSD from the panic your brain experiences as you pass out, so even if you do wake up, you might just have more stress.
  2. Well, horny goat garden shrub didn't work. I'm going to be like this for the rest of my life, aren't I?
  3. Hyperprolactinemia (thank you google), huh? In that case, there are two whole medications available. http://www.drugs.com/condition/hyperprolactinemia.html
  4. It's exploitative as **** and I think if she really cared, she should release that info for free.
  5. I mean, I've seen that NSI 189 post and that other guy who did cryotherapy or something. What else has worked? What has gotten rid of this condition, even temporarily? I'd like this post to serve as a solution archive for any solutions people have found to this particular terrible condition.
  6. We need to get some medical experts in here. Brief them on the condition, on people's responses to the condition, on the general lack of understanding when it comes to this condition. I'm just thinking that we need some people with expert knowledge of the human body. Plus, should we manage to have any breakthroughs on various treatments, those experts can then contact the people they know and start getting some studies done on those breakthroughs and treatments. I'm thinking people from the National Center for biotechnology information. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
  7. If NSI-189 can cure it, that would seem to suggest that drugs that induce hippocampal neurogenesis are the ones to look out for. Supplements too.
  8. Inositol doesn't seem to get rid of the anhedonia I have, no.
  9. I was searching for this https://www.google.com/search?q=%22Anhedonia%22+%22Inositol%22&spell=1&sa=X&ved=0CBsQBSgAahUKEwj05PbajcLIAhUC_WMKHRJuBRo&biw=1600&bih=773because I have some and wanted to see if it works, when I found this. http://ejaculatoryanhedonia.com/index.php?topic=171.15 It's on page 2, so you'll have to go back a page, so then I searched this. https://www.google.com/search?biw=1600&bih=773&q=%22Anhedonia%22+%22Lecithin%22&oq=%22Anhedonia%22+%22Lecithin%22&gs_l=serp.3..0i22i30.99326.102565.0.103029. And while on that page, this result appeared. http://mindrenewal.us/page13.html So, we might want to try stuff that reduces acetylcholine.
  10. Oh, all the time. I laugh, I get all giddy, I get all happy, I get all angry, but it's all on the outside. It's all a farce, a play, an act. Or is it? I don't know. Am I feeling emotions and I just don't know? Or am I simulating them in an attempt to grow them back? One thing's for sure, I'm tired of anhedonia and I want it gone right now. Like everyone here, I guess.
  11. I read it and alot of the symptoms apply to me, the problem is that talk therapy does not work for me. Could be because of many of my situations in Afghanistan that I should talk about were (and continue to be) classified and medical professionals are not cleared or don't have a validated need to know. So at best I give vague situations and try to work through it that way. Catch 22 from hell. Holy ######, you're a soldier? Damn, I just sit around the house all day, browsing youtube and playing video games. Mad respect, bro. You guys are insanely brave.
  12. We might have depersonalization disorder. http://www.drugs.com/mcd/depersonalization-derealization-disorder
  13. According to wikipedia, NSI-189 stimulates hippocampal neurogenesis. So if you don't happen to be near any clinical trials for NSI-189, Metformin, which is normally used for diabetes, also stimulates hippocampal neurogenesis. Peace out.
  14. Right, update time. http://www.bbwca.com/candida-fungal-infection/Candida is a common fungal infection. However, apparently symptoms include abnormal fatigue, anxiety, mood swings, drowsiness, and difficulty in focusing, memory loss, depression, insomnia, mental fog, abnormal fatigue, anxiety, mood swings, drowsiness, and difficulty in focusing, memory loss, depression, insomnia, mental fog, hives, psoriasis, eczema, excessive sweating, acne, and chronic fungus infection of the skin and nails. AND MORE! So seriously, if you have like, more than 2 of these symptoms, it might be time to invest in some ketoconazole. Another recent finding is that Anhedonia can also be caused by chronic fatigue syndrome (http://forums.phoenixrising.me/index.php?threads/complete-anhedonia-loss-of-feelings-as-a-me-symptom-anyone-else-who-has-it.14357/), which is also unfortunately hard to treat. Drugs that help include lisdexamphetamine and amantadine, which coincidentally is another anti-parkinson's drug and also an antiviral. Don't ask me for drug suggestions though, this is I found on google and you really should be talking to your doctor.
  15. I'd just like to share the research I've done on this awful condition. First off, there might be a breakthrough. Searching "Memantine" "Anhedonia" on google brings up several results that show that the alzhiemers medication also reverses anhedonia. These are government studies, too. I've also studied NMDA receptor antagonists, because of ketamine's recent news stories. There's DXM and Agmatine, both available for purchase without a prescription, but several studies on agmatine shows that it actually has some antidepressant effects. Agmatine is also endogenous, and is made from arginine, which is also available in supplement form without a prescription. Something that has been making waves around here has been Mirapex, which is interesting, because it's normally used for parkinson's, which also has a symptom of lack of dopamine in the brain. Mirapex is a dopamine receptor agonist. Keeping that in mind, here is a list of other dopamine receptor antagonists.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dopamine_agonist Though you might want to go the natural route and just buy some Mucuna Pruriens, like I have, because it contains Levodopa, which is also used for parkinson's and is the precursor to dopamine. It's also cheap and over the counter, which is nice if you don't want to spend an hour negotiating with a doctor who just winds up putting you on Paxil again because they got paid by a sexy drug saleswoman. There's also anti-psychotics, which I guess help with schizophrenia, but one that particularly interests me is Clozapine, mostly because it's the only drug that research indicates works on the Negative symptoms of schizophrenia, one of which just so happens to be loss of interest or pleasure. I've also looked into Zyprexa and Seroquel because PTSD might also cause emotional numbness, but there's not much there. That's all for now.
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