Empathy is related to a variety of prosocial behaviors, but the brain mechanisms producing the experience of empathy have not been fully...
Substance abuse among older adults has received little attention in the past, presumably because this population has traditionally accounted for...
How long does it take for L-tyrosine to be turned into dopamine? I took 2g about 10 minutes ago.
Jean-Martin Beaulieu and Raul R. Gainetdinov
Pharmacological Reviews March 2011 vol. 63 no. 1 182-217
G protein-coupled dopamine receptors (D1,...
Dopamine is a monoamine neurotransmitter (NT) with many important physiological functions. Despite being limited to only a small part of the brain, dopamine neurons project out to modulate the function of a large proportion of the central nervous syste
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Amphetamine is taken up into norepiniphrine and dopaminergic cells (maybe serotonin too) via monoamine transporters. Its then taken up into the...
I have a question for anyone, current or ex user.
I have been clean for about 7 years now. Used hardcore for a about a year or so, I quit cold...
I'm reading a lot about antidepressants pharmacology and recently I came across an interesting chart about antidepressants agents and central...
After reading Tony Wrights book Left in the Dark (recommended), I found Holly Paige's blog Food for Consciousness, where the...
Help me understand, Opiates reduce or inhibit GABA increasing excitment, maybe irritability? While Benzos enhance GABA producing calmness?
So i was wondering if any of you have experience combining various benzodiazapines.
Id like this to be strictly benzos, but it can include...
We all know, that, part of Depression is caused by Chemical imbalance.
Now, There are several Neurotransmitters which are responsible for...
Sleep is a necessary activity for all people. Lack of sleep can lead to severe disorders including increased risk for mood disorders, impaired...
Introduction to Aliphatic amine
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Atropine is an alkaloid produced by the perennial Atropa belladonna, family Solanaceae. Commonly known as belladonna or deadly nightshade. Belladonna is a small shrub that produces bell-shaped flowers and shiny round black fruit. Medically be
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Introduction to Thebaine
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Discovered in the 1950s, MAO inhibitors work by correcting chemical imbalances in the brain. Normally, natural chemicals called neurotransmitters...
Heroin (diacetylmorphine, known as diamorphine in the UK) is a semi-synthetic opioid drug, commonly made from reacting morphine, a derivative of the opium poppy ‘Papaver somniferum,' with acetic anhydride. Heroin is highly addictive and due to v
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Pharmahuasca are a broad range of compounds that share a common phenylethan-2-amine structure. Some are naturally occurring neurotransmitters (Dopamine, Epinephrine) while some are psychoactive stimulants (Amphetamine), entactogens (MD
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