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I am 30 years old with 187 CM height I can not memories well and in the exam forgot and cant recall my mind if I use Alpha GPC HGH make me taller adv?
Not getting taller: Hi. At age 30, your growth plates in your bones are closed and not capable of growth. You cannot get taller. ...Read more
See doctor first..: 'Brain fog' is a not a medical term or diagnosis. It's a subjective phrase and can mean many things, eg, confusion, poor focus, bad memory, black out etc. Numerous medical conditions can affect the brain's ability to function normally. Consider seeing your pcp for an evaluation and guidance. I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read more
Should be fine: Since GPC is already found naturally in the brain — shouldn't be a problem. You can always check with your doctor just to make sure ... But should be fine. Hope hat helps! ...Read more
Diagnosis: Choline deficiency. I ordered Alpha GPC to supplement. How long should it take to feel a difference in cognition?
Who diagnosed it?: Who diagnosed this? And how? What are your other symptoms? What is the cause of the choline deficiency? Testing for choline deficiency is not routinely done outside of research institutions. We need to know how the diagnosis was made, please. Ask again and give more information. Keep it short and sweet, there is a 150 character limit to questions, inc. punctuation and spaces. ...Read more
I take risperidone. It has cognitive sideffects due to anticholinergic activity. What can I do to treat it? Will Alpha GPC, choline or lecithin help?
Dose of Risperdone: Important. See more anticholinergic side effects at doses greater than 1 mg. Parkinsonism above mg. Concomitant use of Ginko may worsen situation. Ginko has not shown to improve long term cogntive issues. One study in China with concomitant use of Risperdal has been completed but results are unavailable at this time. Another study looking at use of Risperdal with Ginko in autism showed no benefit. ...Read more
Lots: Mostly light rays. We have learned to describe them by wavelength. Visible. Ultraviolet [UV]. Infrared [heat]. Lots of other radiation. Reason for this question on a medical site? ...Read more
There are four grades of severity of alpha thalassemia. Lack of one or two genes would not affect the life span. Lack of three genes may alter health and life span. Lack of all four genes is generally not compatible with life.
For good health — Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Antitrypsin: Alpha-1 antitrypsin is a normal blood protein that keeps some products of your neutrophils from harming your tissues more than they need to. If you're seriously deficient, you'll develop emphysema in midlife, and at some time in your life may develop serious liver function problems. One serious pitfall is assaying the levels during concurrent illness; they may be misleading. Good luck. ...Read more
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Then it says has no clinical value, just for research. ...Read more
Can you please explain the significance of monoclonal alpha chain without accompanying light chain?
Abnormal globulin: The gammaglobulins, which are proteins that defend our body from different diseases are formed of two chains the light and the heavy chain. In certain diseases, such as multiple myeloma, one cell starts to produce one type of (or part of) gammaglobulin. These proteins are all the same (therefore "monoclonal") and usually non-functioning. It can accumulate in tissues producing more damage. ...Read more
Why is it that alpha and beta -thalassemias result in more clinically severe diseases than other types of thalassemia?
Used for blood cells: Alpha globulin (made by the Alpha genes) and beta globulin (made by the beta genes) are the 2 globulin molecules needed to make normal adult hemoglobin (the red stuff in normal red blood cells). Mutations that prevent Alpha and beta globulin production will cause severe symptoms, but other mutations may not be as noticeable if the proteins the other genes make are not as crucial to life. ...Read more
Pseudephedrn stims beta+alpha, I took for 3 days but symptoms never went away, like it created new state, wouldalpha blocker help normalizebp, anxiety?
Don't self-treat: Refer to my previous answer given about 10-15 minutes ago. ...Read more
Why does : Asks why does alpha cells secrete more glucagon? ANS: "Why?" is a philosophical question. Some would say because "God".designed it that way. Others (me included) would say this is the way Evolutionary forces works. ...Read more
Secrete glucagon.: Alpha cells are endocrine cells in the islets of langerhans in the pancreas that secrete the hormone glucagon that elevates blood glucose. Glucagon binds to hepatocyte/liver cell receptors that cause the enzyme glycogen phosphorylase to hydrolyse glycogen to glucose, a process called glycogenolysis. ...Read more
Flax, soy, walnuts: This is a type of omega 3 fatty acid. Sources include those mentioned and canola oil plus others. Like any fat too much is bad! High fat diets cause disease even if they are "good fats." See a discussion about this class of fat here: http://www.umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/alphalinolenic-acid ...Read more
Similar but differen:
Alpha and beta thalassemia are distinct and different disorders since they diminish the production of distinct and different globin polypeptide chains and particularly in the homozygous state that has distinct and different consequences. Alpha and Beta Thal minor are similar
Alpha Thal major is not compatable with life and results in miscarriage. Beta Thal major requires prolonged treatments etc. ...Read more
What alpha blockers do when a person has prostatitis? How long do a person have to take alpha blockers?
See below: There is weak evidence that supports taking an Alpha blocker while you are being treated for prostatitis with a prolonged antibiotic course. As to why they may help, I think any answer would be speculative at best (in general, they act to relax the smooth muscle of the prostate and bladder neck), but most doctors will prescribe them for 4-6 weeks only in this situation. ...Read more
Is this normal results for 24hour urine catch? 1655 f(2)alpha, ur conc; 24 ur duration;397 volume;657 alpha, ur(ng/24h)
Need more data:
Are you looking for systemic mast cell disease and have values for11 beta-prostaglandin f2 Alpha in urine (I am unsure from your post). If this is the case your levels are elevated.
If this is not the case your need to provide more information.
The urine volume is very low and may represent an under collection. ...Read more
I prefer non-pharrnacologic approaches when possible. I utilize micro-current in my practice. Studies show impressive reductions in anxiety- see http://www.alpha-stim.com/healthcare-professionals/clinical-research/
But for best results combine it with counseling, exercise, meditation, a B-complex that has L5-MTF, magnesium, healthy diet etc. & consider EFT- see http://www.eftuniverse.com/ ...Read more
Are viratase(5 alpha-androstandoil/5 alpha-androstandione) and proviron(mesterolone) types of steroids?
Yes: Whatever your genetic potential, I hope you'll consider natural bodybuilding in preference to steroid-enhanced muscle building. It's far more wholesome, most women prefer a trim, naturally-muscled man, and using steroids is supporting an illegal operation and playing russian roulette with your mind. ...Read more