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Quote from: goingcrazy on 09/03/2009 22:20:57what else helps a lot for pois, anxiety and all these other conditions is Rhodiola Rosea... Try It.GC, tell us more about your experience with it.
what else helps a lot for pois, anxiety and all these other conditions is Rhodiola Rosea... Try It.
A small adenoma was found on my pituitary.
I intended to give my Day 3 report of my Tyrosine experiment, however in light of Counterpoint's news, i'm not sure i would feel right delivering the update to you all.However, if people are okay with it, then i will provide the Day 3 update.ThanksAmbient
Counterpoints, I wish you quick, complete and painless recovery.I have been following up my body responses post "O" and have been looking out for symptoms. I do have brain fog, worsened anxiety problems and high stress for few days after. I also have good amount of physical exhaustion and problems. The cortisol theory looks logical. Interestingly, I had come across an article that talks about "dormant virus" in the nerve endings that could wake up when immunity levels are low and cause various problems to the body. This seemed aligned to the physical symptoms I have had on POIS (Except that I could not see an explicit Shingles as in the article, but have had psoriasis attack few months ago). The attached link is: http://www.painfoundation.org/ManageYourPain/Shingles/PhysicalMental.pdf
I remember pyropeach mentioning something (possibly?) similar on his pituitary? Maybe if he reads this, he could provide some more info.
I found this on wikipedia.org - interesting: if oxytocin and prolactin are responsible for the refractory period maybe these chemicals are related to our symptoms....
Interesting idea tarkington as my own prolactin levels are slightly elevated due to a small (4mm) growth on my pituitary.