Deprenyl And Hydergine And Piracetam

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as preventive or cure for alzheimer and parkinson's????



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zr md Says:

basically parkinson's is damage due to the dopamine producing neurons which mostly are mostly located in one spot and a chemical breaks them down and in the process it damages the cells that produce the dopamine, which deprenyl DESTROYS this enzyme that breaks it down and takes days, weeks, or even months for the enzyme to be built all the way back up again, which is why it is called irreversable. it also breaks down into small amounts of amphetamine and methamphetamine but the kind that is not addicting or habit-forming (it's the mirror-image of the molecule that is bad and is in street-drugs that cause addicts and destroy people's lives) which increases dopamine production making it VERY effective for treating Parkinson's. piracetam and hydergine are good for brain function in-general and are both shown to help alzheimer's, however if taken together they can prove to be too powerful so the dosage needs to be dramatically lowered and deprenyl, hydergine, AND piracetam together can be very dangerous and come with side effects. Deprenyl is also something that should NOT be taken every day, more like every other day in small doses or weekly in large doses.

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Verwon Says:

While these medications may help to slow the progression and help alleviate some of the symptoms, there is not cure for these conditions, at this time, they are both degenerative and get worse with time.

The FDA lists their typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, nerve twitches, drowsiness, and headache.

There is also no preventative, at this time.

Are any of the patients in question on any other medications?

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