Posted by Drue (184.108.40.206) on October 30, 2000 at 08:40:16:
In Reply to: Drued .... posted by stevevr on October 29, 2000 at 13:00:44:
I changed my seratonin level by reducing my Synthroid dosage. This caused an increase in my TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) which increased the seratonin level in my blood. Since my thyroid gland has been destroyed the TSH didn't cause an increase in my thyroid hormone. This won't work on a person with a normal thyroid gland. Almost all of the treatments to prevent or abort CH affect the seratonin levels. It's my personal belief that some relief for CH is possible if a person can increase the particular seratonin level that triggers CH. There are several types of seratonin so it's a matter of finding which one you are deficient in. That's why some treatments work for some people but not for others. Keep in mind this is just my own opinion but, hey, it works for me.
Be PF Drue
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