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    Blocking serotonin may treat obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

    While the meta-study only reviewed studies about blocking the 5-HT3 receptor, other studies listed below directly implicate the 5-HT1, 5-HT2 and 5-HT7 receptors as well, which strengthens the hypothesis that serotonin (5-HT) as a whole is the driver of OCD. In addition, consider the fact that...
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    Supplements/drugs for anxiety, ADD, OCD and rumination/overthinking

    I struggle with anxiety, ADD, OCD and rumination/overthinking. My cortisol, ACTH and prolactin is elevated (prolactin low after D2-agonist treatment). I think my main problems are low dopamine and low GABA. Which drugs and supplements do you recommend?
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    HELP: Treating OCD W/o SSRIs

    Is it possible to treat Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) without using an SSRI? I feel like ***t (no libido, no energy, apathetic) when I take SSRIs but taking them is the only chronic treatment (so far) that lessens the intensity my severe OCD. The medical community has pretty much...
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    The Things That Make Me Think I Have Aspergers

    Lately, I have considered the possibility that I have some form of Aspergers due to various reasons listed below: I enjoy finding out ALOT about the topics I love since discovering Ray Peat I read every idea, article, theory possible and I create frameworks in mind how things work for example...
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    OCD: Supplements To Help Overcome It

    Hi all, Just wanted to share the article that I wrote on OCD: OCD: supplements to help overcome it » MenElite Please feel free to share what you've tried and what has worked for you.
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    The High Acetylcholine Syndrome

    I wrote an article on acetylcholine which describes symptoms of high and low acetylcholine. I also discuss what can cause it to be high or low and what supplements can be used to block or boost it. The high acetylcholine syndrome » MenElite
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    Anxiety/PTSD/OCD: Prozac's Mechanism Of Action Is Normalization Of Allpregnanolone In The Brain

    This is in response to an email I sent to RP regarding someone that I'm with complicated health issues (had childhood cancer, has PTSD, OCD, high blood pressure, constipation, ED, muscle wasting). Something really interesting mentioned in the studies is the mechanism of action behind Prozac...
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