Updated: Mar 31
I get asked a lot what regimen I'm on. Although l don't recommend my regimen to anyone since we all have different symptoms and different circumstances, here it is anyway.
Since neurodegenrative diseases run in my family, I plan every regimen around neuroprotection as a solid foundation. Best options are Candesartan, NAC, and LDN. Melatonin is a good choice if sleep quality is poor.
Neurogenesis is slow and often challenged, but there are rapid neurotrophic effects such as synaptogenesis and dendritic outgrowth that can occur within the span of a few days. For this, Semax is the ideal choice but due to accessibility I opted for Cerebrolysin instead.
3. Symptomatic Relief:
Luckily, I don't have any sexual symptoms but I do have depression, anhedonia and blunted affect that can be severe. For this I use Baclofen. I use Lamotrigine for my bipolar disorder.
4. Tolerance prevention:
What's worse than LTP ruining my day? when it comes to tolerance prevention for Baclofen, I always go with Memantine.
My regimen is often adaptive, which means I change stuff in and out depending on life circumstances, finances, and accessibility. But it often looks like this:
NAC/LDN/Candesartan + Cerebrolysin + Baclofen + Memantine + Lamotrigine.
Something I often change in and out is low dose levothyroxine (25 mcg), for example, depending on my blood values and the time of the year.
There are a lot of things I wish I could have a chance to try out, like:
Fenclonine, Tulrampator, Fasoracetam, and Etifoxine/Zuranolone just to name a few but I make-do with what I have access to.
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