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Dysfunctional : Oxidation in brain. You are almost certainly vitamin b1 deficient and the commonest way to achieve that is through consumption of sugar and/or alcohol.Irrational rage is a major clue and is very dangerous because your actions are unpredictable. Forget the science and look for self responsibility toward diet. Experimental vitamin b1 deficient diets in1942 produced "psychosomatic" symkptoms. ...Read more
Ionic silver: This is known to have antibacterial properties in test tubes, but am not aware of clinical studies showing efficacy against any systemic infections in humans, although there are doctors and manufacturers who tout its benefits. Many think that this is just another snake oil - like product. ...Read more
Does serotonin cause muscular rigidity via its effects in the central nervous system or by binding to peripheral 5-ht receptors in the body?
Centrally: Overstimulation of primarily the 5-ht2a receptors seems the leading hypothesis currently. ...Read more
Smooth endo retic: Great google question and look at wikipeida ...Read more
NOt mainstream: Prolozone is” ozone” plus a proliferent agent, it is not in mainstream use but some early research with proliferent or “prolo' therapy was appearing promising in speeding up tissue injury recovery by inducing a surge of the cells that lay down new tissue. The process literally promotes inflamation in order to get an increase of these cells that produce new tissues along with scarring. ...Read more
Can ligand gated ion channels such as GABA be opened or manipulated through other means other than ligands?
No: No ligands can't be manipulated it has a mechanism of action , . ...Read more
LSD: Lsd acts on serotonin receptors designated as 5-ht2, which are widespread. Effects are most prominent in two brain regions. 1 -- cerebral cortex, involved in mood, cognition, and perception. 2 -- locus coeruleus, which receives sensory signals from all areas of the body and may be the brain's "novelty detector" for important external stimuli. Sensory distortions result. ...Read more
Not adhernt: The disc is made up of three basic structures: the nucleus pulposus, the annulus fibrosus and the vertebral end-plates, and with the exception of the nucleus pulposus, the foregoing structures are all innervated by pain-carrying nerve fiber. The nucleus propulsusis not adhernt to bone. ...Read more
Read online that by inhibiting gut serotonin cure osteoporosis,is the drug already available in the market?
In 2010,: there first appeared some reports about inhibiting intestinal serotonin and the favorable effects on bone density. In the reports this drug was named LP533401. I am not able to find a drug by that name in the approved drugs products listed by the FDA. I would be surprised if this drug was available now. Continue to use your apparent on-line searching skills to learn more:) ...Read more
Yes: Hypericum perforatum is the scientific name for the well-known plant "st. John's wort." numerous studies document its use in cases of mild-moderate depression. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/st-johns-wort/ns_patient-stjohnswort the homeopathic remedy made from this plant is useful in injuries to nerves and spine -- there is a shooting quality to these pains. Can also help phantom limb pain. ...Read more
Unclear re question: If you are asking how to stabilize ms, and keep things from getting worse, a little advice: 1. Need potent med 2. Aerobic exercise regularly. 3. Low fat, low salt diet, supplement vitamin d 4. Symptomatic drugs for co-morbidities. 5. Stress management. 6. Join local ms society, and keep updated. ...Read more
Which ingredient is the best way fight wrinkles? Retinol, peptides, collagen, stem cells, plancenta, amino acids or vitamin C
Growth factors: We have known since the 70s that retinoids and retinols are great collagen stimulators (which equals wrinkle fighters). In this century, we developed collagen growth factors which are derived from actual human skin and are necessary for collagen to thrive, thus reducing and eliminating wrinkles. Note i did not say "appearance of wrinkles". Skinmedica is my favorite product to contain these. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Where is autonomic nerve system to regulate blood vessel dialation located at? Is there specific cranial-nerve that regulate this function?
What are some pathogens that negatively affect transient receptor potential cation (trp) channels in regards to causing neuropathic pain?
It is not known: No pathogens were described that would affect trpa1. ...Read more