B6 Increases Serotonin

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  1. nostalgic

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    I stumbled upon this post when looking for B6 dose direction, so thanks for sharing. I'm curious, are you saying that serotonin syndrome is irreversible? I was under the assumption that it's always reversible but it can take a very long time.
     
  2. Constatine

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    No, serotonin syndrome is not irreversible and can even be stopped by cypro. The damages serotonin syndrome can cause is also completely reversible. Though serotonin syndrome often occurs along with sepsis so treatment can be quite tricky. I was saying the toxicity of B6 was irreversible in the study. Or rather the treatment they tried had no effect on its toxicity.
     
  3. nostalgic

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    Ok, I misinterpreted you then, sorry. Thanks for replying so fast.
     
  4. ddjd

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    B6 has a completely opposite effect to b6p5p in my case
     
  5. raypeatclips

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    Better or worse?
     
  6. ddjd

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    regular b6 increases adrenaline. b6p5p lowers adrenaline
     
  7. ddjd

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    just from experience i know that b6p5p will reduce serotonin/ adrenaline, but regular b6 will increase both. I dont think b6p5p increases dopamine that much at all.
     
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