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Do Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors Suppress Growth Of Brain
No: At this time, there is no evidence to suggest this. As one may imagine, few if any studies have been performed in humans to look for this. ...Read more
Why do Norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors cause urinary retention in both sexes? does it shut off nerve signals from the brain to urinate?
Retention : It interferes with relaxation of the urinary sphincter. ...Read more
Are there any ways to ease the withdrawal illness while coming off of serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors?
How does strattera (atomoxetine) help for ADHD if it is a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor , without affecting dopamine ?
Strattera (atomoxetine) blocks : Reuptake of norepinephrine but rat studies show that it also raises levels of Dopamine in the prefrontal cortex 3x without raising levels in the nucleus accumbens that controls addiction and where the other stimulant drugs also act. Dr. Stephen stahl calls some of the cells in the prefrontal cortex promiscuous because they contain both norepinephrine and dopamine. There is more to be learned. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Antidepressants and Anesthesia. I'm on Reboxetine (norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor ) and have a twilight anesthetic (colonoscopy) on 23rd. safe?
Anesthesia : There should be no problem with your procedure. Make sure they know what medications you are taking. Colonoscopies while on medications such as yours are common place without side effects. Best wishes. ...Read more
How does lyrica (pregabalin) work? Is it similiar to narcotic pain medicine? Or similiar to tramadol as norepinephrine and serotonin reuptake inhibitor?
Lyrica (pregabalin): Dear pika89800 lyrica enhances gaba in the brain and suppresses pain at a cortical level, pain has 3 main levels, local, spinal and brain (cortex), it is non narcotic, it is an antiseizure medication and can sometimes help both pain and anxiety the answer is purely for educational purposes, please contact your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any bad interaction between ecstasy (mdma) and nris (norepinephrine reputake inhibitors)?
Yes: You don't need a bad interaction to have a bad experience with ecstasy. Both have stimulant like properties which can cause flushing, palpitations and psychosis. Ecstasy can be very dangerous in chronic use leading to depression which is hard to treat. It burns out your pleasure centers like Cocaine and other stimulants. ...Read more
Tyrosine: Some feel that stress depletes catecholamine neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine in the brain.Tyrosine is a precursor for the synthesis of catecholamines, norepinephrine, epinephrine, and dopamine. Mental well-being is much more complex than any one neurotransmitter, but supplemental tyrosine may increase ne levels in the brain. Nausea, headache, fatigue, heartburn & arthralgias may come too. ...Read more
Neurotransmitter: Norepinephrine (ne) is a sympathomimetic catecholamine that is synthesized in the adrenal medulla, in sympathetic neuron terminals, and in the brainstem and pons. Along with serotonin and dopamine, norepinephrine is a neurotransmitter in the brain. "too much" could lead to activation &anxiety. It may enhance some types of aggression in animals, plus impulsivity and episodic violence in humans. ...Read more
Would an snri cause more anxiety in a person with an anxiety disorder since it increases norepinephrine in the brain?
Can Xanax (alprazolam) cause brain fog? Also can low norepinephrine cause brain fog? I feel as if my dopamine is fine anything besides stims help with "fog"?
"Low"? "Normal"?: You're treating the human brain like a casserole. You're reducing to absurd simplicity an organ whose complexity surpasses human understanding. Neurotransmitters SO don't work that way. There is no "low" or "normal" the way you' think of it. Neurochemistry isn't a New Age fad. Your awareness of it is commendable but you labor under major misconceptions. You can learn more. It's not beyond you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been prescribed Vyvanse and Adderal to treat my ADHD for the past six years. I am concerned that my dopamine & norepinephrine levels will not be restored when I get off my Rx. Should I be worried about permanent collateral damage to my brain?
Does ibuprofen raise or lower levels of serotonin dopamine or norepinephrine in the brain? Or something else?
There are no levels: There are no "levels" of neurotransmitters (NTs) in the brain. They don't just float around freely as if in blood. NTs are constantly being dynamically synthesized in neurons, being released into synaptic clefts, & within milliseconds undergoing reuptake either before or after the molecules have been destroyed & recycled into making more NTs. Furthermore, NTs differ depending on the brain region. ...Read more
If i listen to really fast music, where does epinephine or norepinephrine get released? In temporal lobe? Wud it cause vasoconstriction in temp lobe?
Evidence says not: One meta-analysis* (a study pooling results from multiple other studies) suggested that reboxetine is ineffective & may be harmful. *(eyding d et.Al. "reboxetine for acute treatment of major depression: systematic review &meta-analysis of published &unpublished placebo &selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor controlled trials."bmj. 2010; 341:c4737). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which is best for treating alzheimers, traditional medicines eg. Cholinesterase inhibitors or deep brain stimulation?
My MRI showed brain volume loss , I am 59 y/o with an abnormal EEG, I also had elevated ace inhibitor hormones .
Question?: Not sure what you are asking. Please resubmit if you have a specific query. ...Read more
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